Based on GP106 GPU
According to the latest report, Nvidia plans to launch next-generation mainstream segment graphics cards, based on GP106 GPU, in Autumn, or late Q3/early Q4 2016.
Looks real enough
As Nvidia's next-generation Geforce graphics cards are scheduled to launch sometime around Computex 2016 show in June, it does not come as a surprise to see a couple of leaks including the latest one which shows the Geforce GTX 1080 graphics card.
Mass shipments begin in July
According to sources within Nvdia’s supply chain, the company is preparing to announce its Geforce series Pascal GPUs sometime around or during Computex 2016 in Taipei, Taiwan.
Nvidia's 16-nanometer Pascal P100 for super computer is out in the wild. Fudzilla managed to make a picture of the GPU surrounded by four HMB 2 memory chips and voltage regulators.
Huang pimps up Pascal
NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang mentioned an upcoming mid-range GPU based on the company’s next-generation “Pascal” architecture which will not use HBM2 memory..
Out of 60 possible
Nvidia confirmed that there are 56 streaming multiprocessor (SM) units each having 64 CUDA cores enabled on the GP100 GPU. This results in 3,584 cores on the Tesla P100 GPU. However, this leaves 4 SM cores disabled as the total number of SM’s is 60.
Jen-Hsun Huang just announced Pascal P100 a new GPU based on Pascal architecture, and it is in production, shipping "soon."
Still no NVLINK support for consumer x86 CPUs
12 TFLOPs of Single-Precision (FP32) compute
New information has leaked about Nvidia's Pascal GPU, covering the total compute performance of the FinFET-based chip.
DRIVE PX 2 test driven in Sweden in 2017
Buried deep in Nvidia's financial Q4 2016 earnings call was a brief referecmce to the company's Automotive division, which made Nvidia a record $93 million in Q4, up 18 percent sequentially, and up 68 percent year-over-year. There is also a mention that Volvo will be the first manufacturer to take Nvidia's dual Pascal-based DRIVE PX 2 platform for a ride in Sweden.