AIDA64 developers have just contacted me with stunning information. They released a very long list of almost every Pascal GPU that will be released in the coming weeks and months, even those that were not confirmed by NVIDIA.
NVIDIA Pascal GP102 confirmed?
NVIDIA GP100, GP102
The most important news of the day: AIDA64 confirms GP102 silicon. This is probably the Big Pascal for gamers, that was being speculated ever since GP100 came out.
Judging from the released list GP100 will be computing oriented GPU (as most parts are tagged as GL). Meanwhile GP102 has more non-GL parts (so presumably those are GeForce devices). However both GPUs might be available in GeForce series, because GP100 also has three non-GL parts.
Pascal GP106, GP107, GP108
Moving on to lower end parts, we have GP106, the new GPU that was showcased in Drive PX 2 module. We also have GP107 and GP108, where the latter will probably only be offered in form of mobile graphics cards.
Ever wondered how big the new #nVIDIA #Pascal GPU family would turn out to be? Here’s the whole list of Pascal SKUs, with their respective PCI device IDs. Enjoy!
Note: The list contains a few Maxwell IDs as well, in order to clarify the difference between GMxxx-A and GMxxx-B PCI device regions.
Note #2: GM200-B may have been a second iteration, an optimized variant of the original GM200, but never reached the market. Could have been a plan B in case Pascal slips to late 2016 or 2017.
What to expect: TESLA P100 (released), multiple QUADROs, TESLAs, GRIDs, possible GeForce cards in 2017.
What to expect: GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, new TITAN, few QUADROs/TESLAs.
What to expect: NVIDIA GTX 1080 (released), GTX 1070 (released), GTX 1080M and GTX 1070, plus few QUADROs.
|1B80||GeForce GTX 1080||GP104-A|
What to expect: GeForce GTX 1060 and GTX 1060M, also one QUADRO card.
What to expect: GeForce GTX 1050 and GTX 1050M series. Also three QUADRO cards.
What to expect: GeForce GTX 1040/1040M, basically minesweeper-capable graphics.