Originally Posted by tpi2007
The 12nm that they are using is just a slight improvement over 16nm, it probably doesn't amount to that much. Also, GV100 actually has 84 SMs, but we only ever saw products with 80 enabled due to yield and probably also power consumption reasons, so take that into account in your math. Also, there is a difference in that GV100 uses an HBM2 memory controller, thus saving a bit of die space compared to the GDDR6 memory controller equipped Turing dies.
Oh I'm sure there are a heck of a lot of things I got wrong there. Wouldn't be surprised if my basic math was wrong in spots lol.