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Volta Discussion Thread
#1
Let's start with this: https://www.techpowerup.com/224413/nvidi...o-may-2017
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#2
(07-25-2016, 10:04 PM)SteelCrysis Wrote: Let's start with this: https://www.techpowerup.com/224413/nvidi...o-may-2017

LOL

The guys over at ATi are probably yelling, "FuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuckkkkkkkK!!!!! We are so fucking doomed!!!"

(Yes I know it is AMD now, but they will always be ATi to me)
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#3
The FanATIc shills will seize upon this as ultimate proof that Pascal can't do DX12 or async compute properly and that nvidia is desperate for a solution having gotten wind of Vega!

Read all about it in a shill forum real soon now!

ROFLMAO
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#4
http://wccftech.com/nvidia-volta-12nm-finfet/
Quote:Whispers floating around the tech-sphere allege that NVIDIA is in fact launching its next generation Volta GPUs this year on 12nm FinFET. This hot rumor, which Fox Business has picked up, claims that NVIDIA’s next generation family of GPUs will succeed Pascal this year in the GPGPU supercomputing, machine learning and artificial intelligence spaces. Furthermore, Volta is said to be built using a custom, cutting edge, 12nm FinFET manufacturing process at TSMC.
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#5
http://techreport.com/news/31582/report-...nm-process
Quote:We're still gawping at the massive performance of the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, but here's a nugget of news about Nvidia's next big thing. According to a report from Taiwan's Commercial Times, TSMC will be fabricating Nvidia's upcoming Volta GPUs on its new "12nm" process. Currently, TSMC's most efficient process is called "16nm FFC", and given that it debuted back in April 2015, it's about time for an update.
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#6
https://www.techpowerup.com/233187/nvidi...tesla-v100
Quote:This chip is a beast of a processor: it packs 21 billion transistors (up from 15,3 billion found on the P100); it's built on TSMC's 12 nm FF process (evolving from Pascal's 16 nm FF); and measures a staggering 815 mm² (from the P100's 610 mm².) This is such a considerable leap in die-area that we can only speculate on how yields will be for this monstrous chip, especially considering the novelty of the 12 nm process that it's going to leverage. But now, the most interesting details from a gaming perspective are the 5,120 CUDA cores powering the V100 out of a total possible 5,376 in the whole chip design, which NVIDIA will likely leave for their Titan Xv. These are divided in 84 Volta Streaming Multiprocessor Units with each carrying 64 CUDA cores (84 x 64 = 5,376, from which NVIDIA is cutting 4 Volta Streaming Multiprocessor Units for yields, most likely, which accounts for the announced 5,120.) Even in this cut-down configuration, we're looking at a staggering 42% higher pure CUDA core-count than the P100's. The new V100 will offer up to 15 FP 32 TFLOPS, and will still leverage a 16 GB HBM2 implementation delivering up to 900 GB/s bandwidth (up from the P100's 721 GB/s). No details on clock speed or TDP as of yet, but we already have enough details to enable a lengthy discussion... Wouldn't you agree?
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