NVIDIA has been working on several versions of its Ampere GPUs, and one of the versions has now been spotted. The NVIDIA GA104-300 GPU was spotted in the midst of the validation process.
The NVIDIA GA104-300 which will power the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 was spotted in multiple pictures. You can see the GPU in a tray waiting for validation to match the spec of the RTX 3070. Take a look:
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As you can see, the validation is being performed for the 300 specifications. These chips are getting readied for the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070, which is going to release on October 29th now.
NVIDIA clarified that its production is in full swing, and these pictures are a testament to that. Apparently, this particular line outputs ~1000 units a day. Validation results return either as ‘excellent’, ‘qualified’, or ‘unqualified’. It’s also being said that “tens of thousands” of GA102 will be coming through for validation.
The GA104-300 GPU has 5888 shader cores, 184 TMUs, and 96 ROPs. It also has 46 RT cores and 184 Tensor cores.
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