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Nvidia showcases die shots of their Pascal P100 GPU

Nvidia showcases die shots of their Pascal P100 GPU

Nvidia showcases die shots of their Pascal P100 GPU

Nvidia showcases die shots of their Pascal P100 GPU

 

Nvidia has showcased new die shots of their Pascal P100 GPU at Hot Chips 2016, showing us that Nvidia's GP100 GPU core has a lot of untapped potential.

Below we can see a lot of the GPUs underlying features and the GPUs SM unit, which are in groups of two and are the emerald green rectangular sections in the below die shot, showing 30TPCs and a total of 60 SMs. Here we can also see the GPUs memory bus and other GPU logic. 

 

  Nvidia showcases die shots of their Pascal P100 GPU  Nvidia showcases die shots of their Pascal P100 GPU

 

With 60 total SMs in their GP100 GPU core Nvidia has so far not released a product which uses their full new GP100 GPU core, meaning that Nvidia will likely be releasing a more powerful GP100 Tesla GPU in the future.

It is also expected that Nvidia's GP102 GPU core will have a total of 60 GPU cores, meaning that Nvidia's Pascal GTX Titan X is also expected to have a larger variant released in the future. These 4 additional SMs will add a total of 256 CUDA cores to the GPU, giving the GPU around 7% more GPU performance if run at the same clock speeds.

Nvidia may not be using the full GP100 pascal GPU core in the Tesla P100 for many reasons, but it is very likely that it is due to yield issues with the new GPU design. The Nvidia GP100 core is the largest that I have ever seen from Nvidia, with a die size that is 610mm squared, making it larger than even the Titan X's 601mm squared core design. This GPU is also the first Nvidia GPU that has been shown that was made using the TSMC 16nm FinFET processing node and the first to use HBM 2.0 memory, making this new GPU core design much more complex to manufacture.    

  

 Full GP100Tesla P100 (NVLink)Tesla P100 (PCIe 1)Tesla P100 (PCIe 2)GTX Titan XGTX 1080GTX 1070GTX 1060
GPU ArchitecturePascalPascalPascalPascalPascalPascalPascalPascal
Process node16nm16nm16nm16nm16nm16nm16nm16nm
GPU coreGP100GP100GP100GP100GP102GP104GP104GP106
SM Units6056565656403020
Cores per SM6464646464646464
SP FP Performance-10.6TFLOPs9.3TFLOPs9.3TFLOPs11 TFLOPs9 TFLOPs6.5 TFLOPs4.4TFLOPS
CUDA Core Count3840358435843584358425601920 1280
VRAM TypeHBM2HBM2HBM2HBM2GDDR5XGDDR5X GDDR5 GDDR5
VRAM Cappacity16GB16GB16GB12GB12GB8GB 8GB 6GB
Memory Bus Size4096-bit4096-bit4096-bit3072-bit384-bit256-bit 256-bit 192-bit
Memory Bandwidth720GB/s720GB/s720GB/s540GB/s480 GB/s320 GB/s 256 GB/s 192 GB/s
Base clock speed-1328MHz--1417MHz1607MHz 1506Mhz 1506MHz
Boost clock speed-1480MHz--1531MHz1733MHz 1683MHz 1708MHz
TDP----250W180W 150W 120W
Power Connection----1x 8-pin 1x 6-pin1x 8-pin 1x8-pin 6-pin
 NVLinkNVLinkPCIe 3.0PCIe 3.0PCIe 3.0PCIe 3.0 PCIe 3.0 PCIe 3.0

   

Right now Nvidia states that the P100 is in volume production and that the chip was first sold to the supercomputing market in June 2016 and will be arriving with OEMs in Q1 2017.  

 

You can join the discussion on Nvidia's full Pascal P100 GPU on the OC3D Forums

 

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24-08-2016, 03:05:05

King of Old Old School
Hmmm i wonder.

Nvidia could bring back the 90 series of GPU or it could be the 1080Ti.Quote

24-08-2016, 06:43:46

SuB
The signal strength indicators are a nice touch.Quote

24-08-2016, 17:01:00

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by SuB View Post
The signal strength indicators are a nice touch.
It's so powerful it comes with its own free LTE network.Quote

24-08-2016, 22:15:41

Kushiro
No The top one is SuB LTE Quote
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