[WCCF] NVIDIA Ampere GA100 GPU Rumored Specifications Detailed – 8192 CUDA Cores, Up To 48 GB HBM2e Memory, Up To 2.2 GHz Clocks & 300W TDP - Page 3 - Overclock.net - An Overclocking Community
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[WCCF] NVIDIA Ampere GA100 GPU Rumored Specifications Detailed – 8192 CUDA Cores, Up To 48 GB HBM2e Memory, Up To 2.2 GHz Clocks & 300W TDP

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Re. SLIDE AI / DL, I read that article with great interest at Tom's HW a couple of days ago. But it's really early days and no apparent commercial adoption (yet). Besides, there maybe room for both matrix multiplications (GPU) and hashing (SLIDE / CPU), depending on the specific data AI / DL tasks.

Be that as it may, I put a NVLink 2080 Ti 8k Superposition run in the spoiler...of course NVLink is not the same as single card etc etc etc and in any case, this was just a test run. The point is about potential efficiency... dual 2080 Ti = 8704 CUDA cores and at 2.145 GHz, those sucked back a combined 760w (peak but fairly sustained) just for the two GPUs. If the 7nm 8192 CUDA GA100 can do this at 300w (or say even 360w with 120% PL), that would be an incredible step forward.

Finally, I don't think it is coincidence that this more detailed NVidia Ampere GA100 leak came out just when AMD had its Financial Analyst Day and presented RDNA 2 Yet with some serious impacts of covid-19 on the tech supply chains, who knows when we we actually get either AMD's RDNA 2 or NVidia's Titan or Ti versions of Ampere into our waiting (begging ?) hands.

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Navi 2x is claiming a 50% perf per watt from Navi 1X. Nvidia is going from 12nm to 7nm AND an updated architecture so it not impossible they also get that 50% performance increase. 760W down to 360W as you say.

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...fyi, I referenced the Titan Ampere version, not current Titan RTX re. dates. In any case, EY Consultancy just circulated a draft on the impact of covid-19 on the global tech industry to some major news outlets...apart from various conferences and roll-out events either being cancelled or shifted to online only, the actual physical manufacturing side is hugely affected....CPU/GPU, screens, RAM, M.2/SSD/HDD etc etc. I just don't want to see product roll-outs which are just paper tigers (which already happened plenty in '19) and no actual stock to purchase.
Both the Titan V and Titan RTX were released at NIPS. They were also both given away using their grant program. nVidia still provides a $500 education discount on the Titan RTX. The Titan brand is no longer aimed at gamers. Which is the reason it also supports NVLink memory pooling like its professional siblings.

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Navi 2x is claiming a 50% perf per watt from Navi 1X. Nvidia is going from 12nm to 7nm AND an updated architecture so it not impossible they also get that 50% performance increase. 760W down to 360W as you say.

If this efficiency gain pans out (and it very well may), I would love to buy that. 760w for 2x GPUs plus 280w for oc'ed CPU plus various peripherals literally makes my lights flicker on full tilt
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If this efficiency gain pans out (and it very well may), I would love to buy that. 760w for 2x GPUs plus 280w for oc'ed CPU plus various peripherals literally makes my lights flicker on full tilt
Tell me about it. I pull over 1100W from just a single 3960X and 1080Ti with the CPU under loading cinebench. I can't imagine two 2080Tis. I'd probably blow my 1500W PSU and trip my circuit breakers.

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Tell me about it. I pull over 1100W from just a single 3960X and 1080Ti with the CPU under loading cinebench. I can't imagine two 2080Tis. I'd probably blow my 1500W PSU and trip my circuit breakers.

...reminds me of the good ol' days of my custom PCB, XOC Bios, SLI+ 780 Tis
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...reminds me of the good ol' days of my custom PCB, XOC Bios, SLI+ 780 Tis
sandy/ivy & keplar were good times ADD2PSU seemed like a near requirement after putting 2-3 GK110s n the 3930k under water. everything sucking 4-500w a piece. seems like that hasn't changed much though.

let's hope AMD brings some heat. otherwise we'll see 1/4 of this for $999

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no way is nv releasing a 300W gaming GPU , so is this supposed to be the workststion cards ?

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I wouldn't be surprised if 16GB Vram is the newest high-end amount for enthusiast-grade GPUs. I regularly see my 1070 tapped for all 8GB in any game maxing out texture quality. Heck, I imagine there are a few that would tap into more if the card could manage it.

Monster card though. Excited to see what Nvidia can pull out to fight against RDNA2. Though to be fair, if RDNA keeps increasing with the strides it has been recently (50% performance per watt claims from RDNA to RDNA 2) going from the second gen to the third gen, things will heat up quickly.

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Choo-choo!

Seriously, though, this can't be true.
For starters, those specs would be for the new Tesla GPU, not the 3080ti. 3080ti will be on GA102 process, not the GA100

As for the thru-put, they are moving from 12nm to 7nm and have 3 years worth of RnD time, so doubling the Flops on the new Tesla isn't only believable, I would go as far as to say it's expected.


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