Nvidia BigK GK110 Kepler Speculation Thread

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  1. AnarchX

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    Maybe 256CC per SMX, which could be also reason for this huge increased shared cache?
     
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    The data of the link I provided. :wink:
    -INT... should be internal samples. -CS... should be customer samples. And the well known 3-digit number is a sales SKU (100-450 consumer desktop, higher numbers professional SKUs).

    Just a rename of GK110, like VCz speculates, seems unlikely. GK110 is @B1, while these GK210 are A1 stepping. And GK180=Atlas=K40 was also changed in launch material to GK110B. Samples of GK180 were around in April '13 and CUDA knows GK180 explicitly, but K6000 and K40 which were supposed to get GK180, launched with GK110B.
     
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    http://forum.beyond3d.com/showpost.php?p=1827639&postcount=937

    GK210 can't be GK110 when it has Compute Capability 3.7 & shared memory size per SM of 80K (81920 bytes).
     
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    I dont think ( i can be wrong anyway ). The delay should be a question of week, maybe 2-3 weeks...

    Anyway is really the 29th April was official ? and if it was, does it was realist, taking in consideration it was announced the same day of the AMD launch ?
     
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    This precise date isn't official AFAIK.
     
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    I know that retailers had a date, whether it was 29th or something else, for the Titan Z, but now that date was cancelled and there's no new date yet
     
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    http://www.guru3d.com/news_story/asus_announces_geforce_gtx_titan_z_dual_gpu_graphics_card.html

    With absolutely no availibilty ASUS announced the GTX Titan Z, a brand new high performance graphics card with dual NVIDIA GeForce graphics processing units (GPUs) and GPU Tweak for real-time graphics tuning. Additional features like 12 GB GDDR5 memory and NVIDIA GPU Boost 2.0 provides users with the visual performance required for today's cutting-edge games.


    AVAILABILITY & PRICING
    ASUS GTX Titan Z dual GPU graphics card will be available worldwide from 29th April, 2014.

    SPECIFICATIONS
    GTXTITANZ-12GD5
    • Graphics Engine: NVIDIA GeForce GTX TITAN Z
    • Bus Standard: PCI Express 3.0
    • OpenGL: OpenGL 4.4
    • Video Memory: 12 GB GDDR5
    • GPU Boost Clock: 876 MHz
    • GPU Base Clock: 705 MHz
    • CUDA Cores: 5760
    • Memory Clock: 7000 MHz
    • Memory Interface: 768 bit
    • Output: 1 x Native DVI-I, 1 x Native DVI-D,1 x Native HDMI, 1 x Native DisplayPort 1.2
    (I know asus in there communication say available worldwide, but it seems you will not find it anywhere ) ..
     
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    375W.. not bad ...
     
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    We did a quick test and compared it to our old quadro k5000 with AE Raytrace. It's faster by a factor of 2.6
     
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    New date for Titan Z is May 8th
     
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    Well the K5000 is based on GK104 ( 1536SP ), with low SP and DP performance ( 2.1Tflops SP )..

    At least the K6000 GK110 is having 2880SP and most respectable performance and will be more suitable for comparaison. ( we are speaking about 2 GK110 in the Titan Z )
     
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    Did you have a chance to test AMD's Firepro W9100 as well? That one has no less than 16 GiB of memory for it's single GPU and the GCN-architecture seems to do quite well in raytracing in general.
     
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    HKEPC showing Titan Z: http://www.hkepc.com/11203
    48 memory chips... This would leave the option for a 2x12GiB version (maybe with GK210). The card boosts 50% over base clock (705 -> 1058MHz).
     
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    I guess it does so only under very limited circumstances (when the card is still very cold at the launch of a game) resulting in no real benefits.
     
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    Depends on what kind of cooler it has. It's probably pretty great on water.

    ;)
     
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