NVIDIA H100, company’s first 4nm GPU
Tomorrow NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang will announce the new H100 series of products for data-centers.
The render that leaks just hours ahead of the announcement confirms some key details on NVIDIA’s Hopper GH100 GPU. Such as the fact that GH100 is a large monolithic GPU with six Graphics Processing Clusters. In fact, we can also count a total of 144 Streaming Multiprocessors. As reported earlier today, one of the GPCs is different, because it also carries the render engine and supports graphics.
Furthermore, the chip supports up to 6 stacks of High-Bandwidth-Memory, unfortunately since the full specs are not yet available, we are not sure if all 6 stacks are used.
NVIDIA will be rolling out a number of products based on GH100 GPU, such an SXM based H100 card for DGX mainboard, a DGX H100 station and even a DGX H100 SuperPod. More importantly, NVIDIA is also announcing PCIe-based H100 model at the same time.
All products will be presented tomorrow by NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang during a special GTC 2022 opening keynote.
|RUMORED NVIDIA Data-Center GPUs Specifications|
|VideoCardz.com||NVIDIA H100||NVIDIA A100||NVIDIA Tesla V100||NVIDIA Tesla P100|
|Die Size||814 mm²||828 mm²||815 mm²||610 mm²|
|Fabrication Node||TSMC N4||TSMC N7||12nm FFN||16nm FinFET+|
|Memory Size||80 GB HBM3/HBM2e*||40/80GB HBM2e||16/32 HBM2||16GB HBM2|
|Interface||SXM5/*PCIe Gen5||SXM4/PCIe Gen4||SXM2/PCIe Gen3||SXM/PCIe Gen3|