Twitter user @_rogame has shared his discover of two test results for very interesting Nvidia graphics cards that seemingly pack an enormous amount of cores and memory. These might be Ampere or even Hopper, The benchmarks date as far back as October of last year. As with any unverified test submission, it's important to approach the specifications with a bit of caution.
The first graphics card allegedly features 118 Compute Units (CUs), which is equivalent to what Nvidia calls Streaming Multiprocessors (SMs). Assuming that Nvidia retains the 64 CUDA cores per SM setup for its next-generation products, the unknown graphics card should have 7,552 CUDA cores. The graphics card is listed with a 1.11 GHz base clock and 23.8GB of onboard memory.
The second graphics card reportedly sports 108 CUs, amounting to 6,912 CUDA cores. The graphics card ticks with a 1.10 GHz base clock and has 46.8GB of memory at its disposal.
The base clocks seem fairly low and the memory configuration looks a bit off for both graphics cards. It is worth noting that these are likely early engineering samples, so the final specifications can vary. Also when it comes to unreleased hardware, the software probably isn't picking up the specifications correctly. It's rational to expect the two graphics cards to actually have a 24GB and 48GB configuration, respectively.
The graphics card with the 7,552 CUDA cores put up an impressive score of 184,096 points while the one with 6,912 CUDA cores scored 141,654 points in Geekbench 5's OpenCL benchmark. The highest OpenCL scores for the Quadro RTX 8000 and Tesla V100 are 143,438 points and 171,075 points, respectively.