Nvidia’s Entire List of Pascal SKUs Leaked – Pascal GP102, GP106, GP107 and GP108 Confirmed
Currently, Nvidia has two main chips based on the Pascal architecture: the GP100 which powers their Tesla P100 supercomputing processor and the more well-known GP104 which features in their recently revealed GTX 1080 & 1070 graphics cards. But it seems like Nvidia has quite a few other cards under the hood, as well.
AIDA64 has just leaked PCI device IDs of the “whole list of Pascal SKUs,” confirming the existence of the GP102 silicon which is expected to power the most powerful consumer grade graphics cards to date. Not only this but the listing also confirms the rumored roadmap that involves the GP106 followed by GP107 and GP108 GPUs.
Let’s start with the GP100, aka the Big Pascal, which will be computing-oriented GPU. It has both FP32 and FP64 CUDA cores, capable of running at as much as 3,840 SPFP and 1,920 DPFP for an enormous 5760 total CUDA core count.
The die has 19 cards in total, divided into two categories, A and B variants, with one probably being a cut-down version of the GP100. This chip is already being used in the Tesla P100 and could make its way into the Quadro, and GRID series of GPUs, as well.
The second batch of chips is for the hotly anticipated GP102 core which will be powering the GTX 1080 Ti and Titan X successors, along with other high end SKUs. There are a total of 11 cards based on the GP102, with device IDs again divided into two variants.
Next in line is the GP104 core which powers the GTX 1080 and GTX 1070 graphics cards. The batch consists of 15 different SKUs which will mostly be aimed at the mainstream gaming market.
Nvidia is expected to tackle the mid-range market with the GP106. It has nine different SKUs and is the same GPU powering the GTX 1060 that made headlines some time ago. The die size appears to be around 200mm² and the GPU is rumored to feature 256 CUDA cores per Streaming Multi Processor and 5 SMPs per GPC, for a total of 1280 CUDA core count.
Moving to the lower end parts, we have GP107 with seven different SKUs, and the GP108 for a single SKU. Both GPUs will probably only be powering the mobile graphics cards.
Source: AIDA64 (Facebook)
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