Originally Posted by WannaBeOCer
At this point workstation users would prefer more tensor cores and RT cores than CUDA cores. Don't forget this is a die shrink.
It could comes with DP unit as well, forming a holy grail professional card that can do all.
This is my take on what is in for upcoming GA chips:
GA100 - 6 GPC w/ 7680 Cores @ 24/48GB, RTX+Tensor+DP (possible 800mm^2+ die szie)
GA102 - 4 GPC w/ 5120 Cores @ 16/32GB, RTX+Tensor+DP
GA103 - 6 GPC w/ 6144 Cores @ 18/24GB, RTX+Tensor
GA104 - 4 GPC w/ 4096 Cores @ 12/16GB, RTX+Tensor
Despite lesser cores, GA102 might still be bigger than GA103 due to extra DP compute unit involved. GA100 & 102 might have higher SM per GPC compared to the rest, this is extrapolate based on Volta vs Pascal GPC configuration.