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An Nvidia Volta GV100 GPU has appeared in AIDA64

An Nvidia Volta GV100 GPU has appeared in AIDA64

An Nvidia Volta GV100 GPU has appeared in AIDA64

An Nvidia Volta GV100 GPU has appeared in AIDA64

 
A Nvidia Volta GV100 GPU has appeared in the AIDA64 database, confirming that initial Volta GPU samples have already been created. 
 
This is a big step for Nvidia, though it does not necessarily mean that Volta will be releasing soon, as Nvidia's entire Pascal lineup was revealed (GP100, GP102, GP104, GP106 and GP107) in the same way in May 2016, with many of the GPUs listed only releasing recently. 
 
AIDA Engineers found this new reference in their database after searching for references to Nvidia's GTX 1080 Ti, a GP102 based GPU which is expected to release within the next month.  

  

An Nvidia Volta GV100 GPU has appeared in AIDA64

 

While it is likely that this GV100 device ID is genuine, it is unlikely that we will be seeing any GPUs based on the Volta architecture hit the market anytime soon, especially given how long it has taken high-end Pascal Geforce and Quadro GPUs to hit the market.   

 

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21-02-2017, 06:01:43

King of Old Old School
Hmmm maybe even Nvidia is getting sh*t scared of Vega too just like Intel.

They may have heard something about Vega GPU's, I think Volta maybe this is coming sooner rather than later.Quote

21-02-2017, 06:46:35

Excalabur50
Now we know why the are probably releasing the 1080ti early to try and milk pascal for all it's worth **sholesQuote

21-02-2017, 06:58:15

King of Old Old School
Quote:
Originally Posted by Excalabur50 View Post
Now we know why the are probably releasing the 1080ti early to try and milk pascal for all it's worth **sholes
TBH dude i know most people have issues with this.

But it's all fair in business, I guess Nvidia wants to make as much money before Vega comes outQuote

21-02-2017, 07:27:47

Wraith
Jen sun did showcase Volta at CES with the self driving cars, partnering with Audi with whom they have been working with for the last 15 months.. I'd be very surprised if we don't see the announcement of the GTX 2000 series sooner rather than later, it's clear that the GPUs are being used already and are working. 1080Ti.... I don't think they will, like I said it would be a shrude move for them to play the Volta card right as AMD start getting their game together.Quote

21-02-2017, 07:31:45

WYP
Quote:
Originally Posted by King of Old School View Post
Hmmm maybe even Nvidia is getting sh*t scared of Vega too just like Intel.

They may have heard something about Vega GPU's, I think Volta maybe this is coming sooner rather than later.
Just remember that we had leaks for GP100 in March of last year, with the GPU only coming to market this month.

The time between early silicon and final product is a significant amount of time.Quote
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