Fresh NVIDIA Ampere GPU Rumors Allege Up to 8K CUDA Cores And 32GB HBM2e
This entry was posted on March 4, 2020.
Granted, all of this information could be the result of Geekbench reading things wrong, or clever users manipulating things to report false specifications. Likewise, we might not even be looking at Ampere. But where is the fun in disclaimers? Still, we need to point them out when dealing with stuff like this, because nothing is ever certain when it comes to leaks.
In any event, after prominent leaker and Twitter user @_rogame pointed out the database entry, another user (@W_At_Ar_U) spotted another interesting entry, and responded to the Twitter thread with a link to it. Here's the listing in question...
There's also another listing that shows 118 CUs for 7,552 CUDA cores clocked at 1,100MHz, with 24GB of HBMe2 memory running at 1,200MHz, and yet another showing 108 CUs for 6,912 CUDA cores clocked at 1,010MHz, and 47GB of HBM2e memory. As we stated in a previous article, the 47GB reading is probably wrong.
If that's the case, the leaked entry pointing to 124 CUs on Ampere could be a next-generation version of Tesla.