NVIDIA is planning an MCM-based architecture called Hopper and the full presentation has just leaked out. I couldn’t have my yearly cup of coffee with Jensen this year due to the coronavirus, but we had a meeting on Zoom and he agreed to share some high-resolution slides of NVIDIA’s upcoming plans. Not only do we have the details for the company’s next-generation H100 ‘Hopper’ GPU but he also shared creative plans that will attempt to stop miners once and for all.
NVIDIA H100 Hopper GPU: 43008 CUDA Cores Across 336 SMs Coupled To 48 GBs Of HBM4 Memory
The NVIDIA Hopper H100 GPU will be the first GPU to cross the 100 billion transistors mark (it technically has 100.1 billion transistors). The GPU die shot shows 42 GPCs on each die (for 84 total), each housing 4 SMs with 128 CUDA cores each. This results in a massive grand total of 43008 CUDA cores. If NVIDIA can achieve even 1700 MHz on this beauty, it would result in a raw graphics horsepower of 146 TFLOPs! While Jensen did not show me a slide that would reveal how many tensor and RT cores this baby has, he did hint that the amount of Ray Tracing power on this GPU is enough to run a fully raytraced game in 1080p which can be expanded to 4k with DLSS X.
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