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  • [PC GAMER] Nvidia Ampere release date, specs, performance, and pricing

    The Nvidia Ampere graphics card architecture has been finally unveiled and detailed. For years we had rumours yet no real proof the the next-gen GPU tech would bear the French physicist's surname, but with CEO Jen-Hsun Huang taking us through the key features of at least the server-based version—from his kitchen—and following a couple of candid snaps, we know it's real.
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    Nvidia Ampere release date
    The first Ampere-powered devices have already gone out to researchers and cloud-service providers, but those are just pro/server parts and realistically the gaming cards won't see a launch for a little while yet. Our best guess for when we'll see those parts arrive is sometime between August and September.

    Nvidia Ampere specs
    The GA100 GPU inside the first A100 cards is a bit of a monster. With 6,912 FP32 CUDA cores, 3,456 FP64 CUDA cores, arrayed across 108 Streaming Multiprocessors (SMs), it packs in 54 billion transistors The full GA100 chip has 8,192 FP32 CUDA cores and 128 SMs, with 3rd Gen Tensor Cores offering 4x the deep learning performance. It also uses TSMC's 7nm CoWoS 3D chip-stacking technology. It's a BIG chip.
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    Originally posted by Andrew View Post

    Nice ! Per graph below from your source, the (rumoured for now) GA102 will have either 5248 or 5376 Cudas ...going to have to stress my 2x 2080 Tis' 8704 Cudas in "CFR" a bit more (>> ), or upgrade early next year to a nice factory-w-cooled custom PCB Ampere - by which time Ampere successor rumours will be flying wildly...


    Last edited by J7SC_Orion; 19-06-2020, 06:06 PM.
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      I think Ampere will be something to behold with the way things are going !

      Now we just have to wait and see about what that competitive price will be assuming they want to keep AMD at bay..
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