That's a little above where I estimated. I think I was saying somewhere around 5 kW.I found the data sheet and it's a max power draw of 6.5 kW.......... which isn't terrible efficiency for flops/watt but god damn.... the cooling needed....
Almost anything is a bargain, by that definition.$200,000 is a bargain compared to what it would cost to build a comparable system with previous generation hardware.
Depends on why you need multi-GPU. What makes DGX special is the high-speed GPU-to-GPU interconnects. This can be useful for training and inferencing extremely large networks. However, if your network is smaller or you just need to accelerate inferencing, then you might be able to go with T4's.Are there any low price analogs of Nvidia DGX ??