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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 690 or new Tesla chip to have 7 billion transistors?

Posted on Friday, April 20 2012 @ 19:32:35 CEST by

TweakTown reports a now deleted posting by NVIDIA for one of its sessions at the upcoming GPU Technology Conference revealed that the firm has a 7 billion transistor Kepler chip. Oddly enough, the posting seems to imply it's a single chip and not a pair of chips. Could this mean the GeForce GTX 690 is not a dual-GPU part, or perhaps this is a massive Tesla part for the GPGPU computing market.
S0642 - Inside Kepler
Stephen Jones (NVIDIA) , Lars Nyland (NVIDIA)

In this talk, individuals from the GPU architecture and CUDA software groups will dive into the features of the compute architecture for "Kepler" - NVIDIA's new 7-billion transistor GPU. From the reorganized processing cores with new instructions and processing capabilities, to an improved memory system with faster atomic processing and low-overhead ECC, we will explore how the Kepler GPU achieves world leading performance and efficiency, and how it enables wholly new types of parallel problems to be solved.

Topic Areas: Parallel Programming Languages & Compilers
Level: Beginner
Day: Wednesday, 05/16
Time: 2:00 pm - 3:20 pm
Location: Hall 1



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