Crazy rumor: The core of the NVIDIA Pascal will include 17 billion HWzone transistors
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Crazy rumor: NVIDIA's Pascal core will include 17 billion transistors

Could the next generation core , In its full configuration, will include twice the number of transistors compared to the Titan X, plus up to 32GB of Ultra-fast HBM2 graphics?

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We already know that the generation of next-generation graphic cores is from home And from AMD, will bring with it significant ranks thanks to the transition to 16 nanometer lithography production, after half a decade based on good old 28 nanometer technology - but it is possible that the new generation of Will make us forget all the standards we have known to date? A new report from Fudzilla states that this is exactly what might happen.

According to the latest report, the fullest and largest Pascal core, the one that inherited the GM200 (and will probably be called GP200), will include an unprecedented number of 17 billion (!) Transistors - more than twice the terrific GM200 core in Titan X (about 8 billion transistors), almost twice the Fiji full core of Fury X (about 8.9 billion transistors) and even more than R9 295 × Dual 2 (about 12.4 billion transistors). If that is not enough, it is also originally stated that the physical size of the core The new one will be smaller than that of the GM200 core. Bending all the laws of physics we know is here, it turns out.

A leap of two generations of production at once will allow to double the number of transistors that are compressed into the core?

It's not over here - the source also states that models based on the Pascal core will also contain up to 32GB of graphical memory, which will be a state-of-the-art HBM2, upgrading what we saw in the Fury models of Only recently, with the ability to achieve a huge traffic rate of up to 1,024 gigabytes per second, plus saving power consumption and physical place on the printed circuit that we already know.

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If you assume that the above information is accurate, it is quite possible that 32GB of Graphic Memory will be saved for future Tesla and Quadro cards designed for enterprise and high-end computing applications But it still means that the graphics card for gamers (GTX Titan Y? GTX Titan XX?) Will probably contain 16GB of it At a tremendous rate, along with a number of transistors, X, at least on paper.

When NVIDIA talked about a jump of up to 10 in the Pascal generation, it was a bit hard for us to take them seriously, but the latest rumor is making us reconsider that determination
When, There was talk of a jump of up to 10 It was a bit hard for us to take them seriously, but the latest rumors make us start reconsidering the whole thing

It will take quite some time before we can find out whether this is the initial report of a major revolution or a byproduct of a little too much imagination in combination with the big statements we hear about the jump to FinFET from TSMC, And their parallels - but we must admit that this is one of the most intriguing rumors we have had in recent times. Keep your fingers crossed that at least some of this astonishing technical data will eventually become reality during 2016.

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  1. Good thing I didn't buy a new ticket in the end, the new ones are ever closer :)
    I read in an article a few days ago that the new cards will be announced somewhere on 2's Q2016, but I really do not remember where I read it and if there is any official source ...

  2. Pigs will do V in the sky before the GTX 980 TI is sold in stores at 200
    Flag cards do not go down to such prices in stores, they simply disappear. You did not learn .... 15 recent years from looking at the market?

  3. About 200 $ - Optimism and HopeThe belief is a distinct characteristic of man. You can always fantasize, it does not cost money.
    But with the habits on the ground I do not think we'll see huge jumps as technically possible.
    In my opinion, we will continue to receive 25-40% improvement in each generation, not doubling and more, as may be implied in the article.

  4. I hope that next year 4k will become a standard, I think the Pascal core is designed for the hope that it will run games in 4k without the need for a set of cards.

  5. About 200 $ - Optimism and HopeThe belief is a distinct characteristic of man. You can always fantasize, it does not cost money. But with the habits on the ground I do not think we'll see huge jumps as technically possible. In my opinion, we will continue to receive 25-40% improvement in each generation, not doubling and more, as may be implied in the article.

    It may be that this time, yes, because screen giants will come out with a screen card with 4K screens
    Then there is room to release a straight jump and force of video cards without holding slow increments

    Until everything is balanced around 4K will start again with slow ranks within the new frame

  6. This may be because this time it is because screen giants will come out in parallel with a screen card with 4K screens, then there is room to release a straight jump of video cards without holding slow increments until everything is balanced around. 4K will start again with slow increments within the new frame

    There are already many models, even at reasonable prices, for 4K screens. This is not what will convince those who decide how much spring to release.
    Only full synchronization between strong competition, scheduling and mass production from NV and AMD at the same time will enable the dramatic leap.
    These are a lot of "maybe" that need to exist and by moving things never go so smoothly.
    It is enough for one side, for whatever reason, because the timing is right and the competition is over.There is no reason to give 100 a straight improvement if it can divide them into 2-3 generations and make more money from the same architecture at about the same time.

    Take a look at the 7XX series and 9XX's NV-One 3 series and the other 2 series for the same architecture and manufacturing process.
    This is mainly a business decision that is derived from the situation vis-a-vis the competition, which allows such creeping (or "milking" as some like to say).

  7. Very well, two cards on one card, that's really good. Even today, two GTX 980 cards come to 11.2B. Transistors that are 4096 miners will probably cost over NIS 6000 in Israel in a year.

  8. I do not think it will cost 6000 or even close to it
    That the whole thing is to replace the series do not add more cards more powerful at inflated prices.

  9. It does not seem to me that it will cost 6000 or even close to it because the whole thing is to replace the series and do not add any more powerful cards at exorbitant prices.

    If the card is intended to replace TITAN then see TITAN cost equal to 6000 NIS.

  10. It depends on which "replacement" you mean.
    The next top-end card, which will replace the leader of the hierarchy, will probably cost $ 1000 = 5500
    The card that will replace the performance of X Titanium 980TI will be at mid-high price levels around the price 970 quality 350 $ ~ = 2000 ~ chess

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