Tidbits leak from the NVIDIA Turing architecture whitepaper

Posted on Wednesday, Sep 12 2018 @ 18:56 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
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VideoCardz once again got its hands on a bunch of exclusive information. This time the site leaks portions of NVIDIA's Turing architecture whitepaper. That document is expected to be made public on September 14th.

Lots of interesting information about the architectural advancements, as well as some more info about the differences between the TU102, TU104 and TU106. It appears the GeForce RTX 2070 will not be based on a cut-down TU104, instead it will utilize a full TU106 GPU. The latter has a die size of 445mm², so unlike what NVIDIA's naming convention makes you suspect, it's definitely not a mid-range chip.

NVDA Turing GPU specs

You can find the full details over here.


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