MarketWatch offers coverage of the pre-keynote address that was given ahead of NVIDIA's GPU Technology Conference. One interesting snippet here is the confirmation that Ampere will indeed serve more than one market. The company's Volta GPU was primarily for the server market and Turing was consumer-only, but Ampere will have both a server and a consumer variant.
NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang said there's "great overlap in the architecture, but not in the configuration." No specifics were mentioned about the consumer version during Huang's coverage.
Nvidia did not release any information Wednesday about consumer GPUs using Ampere, but when asked by a reporter in the briefing about the difference between enterprise and consumer approaches to Ampere, Huang said “there’s great overlap in the architecture, but not in the configuration.”
NVIDIA also confirmed that the 7nm Ampere A100 flagship GPU will have over 54 billion transistors.