Nvidia shows signs .....

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    It's the nature of any publicly traded company.
    Once you reach certain numbers (margins, revenue, profit) anything less than the last quarter means you are under-performing.
     
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    I like Anandtechs live blog format.

    Turing is a monster.

    Has Volta basically been replaced already?
     
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    Volta is old. However, Volta has really high double precision performance. Doesn't see that NVIDIA is stressing double precision with Turing. It definitely looks like an architecture split for different markets now.
     
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    I see no reason to believe that Turing isn’t Volta with FP64 removed and RT engines added. In which case it’s as much an architecture split was it was for GP100 and GP102...
     
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    And the name difference is to differentiate target market only?
     
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    That. And the fact that it has ray tracing.

    JHH talks about TIPS (terra integer per second) in the presentation, and states that they can’t do this concurrently with TFLOPS. That’s a core Volta characteristic right there.
     
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