We already know that the generation of next-generation graphic cores is from home NVIDIA 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 NVIDIA 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 thanRadeon 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 corePascal 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.
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 AMD 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.
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 Performence But it still means that the graphics card for gamers (GTX Titan Y? GTX Titan XX?) Will probably contain 16GB of it memory At a tremendous rate, along with a number of transistors,Titan X, at least on paper.
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, סמסונג 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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