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GRID 3.0 boards based on PASCAL Architecture?
Hi developers, would it be possible to know if there are plans at NVIDIA to bring a GRID board based on the PASCAL Architecture anytime soon ? Thanks
Hi developers,

would it be possible to know if there are plans at NVIDIA to bring a GRID board based on the PASCAL Architecture anytime soon ?

Thanks

#1
Posted 06/02/2016 12:52 PM   
I'd be interested in knowing the same but it seems pretty unlikely; the Kepler (K1/K20) cards are still being sold as 'current' product and the Maxwell (M6/M10/M60) cards only just got released.
I'd be interested in knowing the same but it seems pretty unlikely; the Kepler (K1/K20) cards are still being sold as 'current' product and the Maxwell (M6/M10/M60) cards only just got released.

#2
Posted 06/06/2016 08:30 AM   
You are correct. This is why I am curious about knowing. I bought 6xGRID K2 boards about 7 months ago and they dont deliever enough performance for my current project. Considering that the Tesla M60 would give me only 40% better performance on average, I am kind of reluctant to purchase them if a GRID 3.0 PASCAL based architecture is already in the works. I know this PASCAL architecture will give me what I need... So anybody from NVIDIA?
You are correct. This is why I am curious about knowing. I bought 6xGRID K2 boards about 7 months ago and they dont deliever enough performance for my current project. Considering that the Tesla M60 would give me only 40% better performance on average, I am kind of reluctant to purchase them if a GRID 3.0 PASCAL based architecture is already in the works. I know this PASCAL architecture will give me what I need...

So anybody from NVIDIA?

#3
Posted 06/07/2016 07:13 PM   
GRID 3.0 is a software release, not a hardware release and we're currenty at 3.1 ;) We've made no announcements of any Tesla boards enabled for GRID on the Pascal Architecture, so we cannot share any information on a public forum. If you have specific project needs then I would recommend speaking directly to an Nvidia business manager contacted via your OEM or Partner. They could then arrange NDA discussions where appropriate.
GRID 3.0 is a software release, not a hardware release and we're currenty at 3.1 ;)

We've made no announcements of any Tesla boards enabled for GRID on the Pascal Architecture, so we cannot share any information on a public forum.

If you have specific project needs then I would recommend speaking directly to an Nvidia business manager contacted via your OEM or Partner. They could then arrange NDA discussions where appropriate.

Jason Southern, Regional Lead for ProVis Sales - EMEA: NVIDIA Ltd.

#4
Posted 06/08/2016 07:20 AM   
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