Tuesday, August 7th 2018

Latest AIDA 64 Beta Adds Support for GV104, GV104M - Mentions GeForce GTX 1180

It seems that speculation on NVIDIA's next-gen naming scheme is coming to a close - finally. FinalWire have recently posted an updated, beta version of their popular AIDA 64 tool, which on its 5.97.4679 beta version comes with a mention for NVIDIA's GV102, GV102GL, GV104 and GV104M silicon. Digging deeper, associated to the GV104 chip, is the Device ID 1e87 - which results in a listing identified as a GeForce GTX 1180. It's not final a reveal yet, but this is a strong indication as to how exactly NVIDIA's naming scheme will pan out.
Release notes:
  • Hardware Monitoring / new items: CPU1 Package, CPU2 Package, CPU3 Package, CPU4 Package temperatures
  • Hardware Monitoring / new items: CPU PLL2, PROM Core, PROM PHY voltages
  • NVMe SSD temperature is now the highest temperature sensor reading
  • sensor support for Dell SMI of OptiPlex 7060, Precision 7720, Precision 7730, Vostro 3670
  • motherboard specific sensor info for Asus Prime H310M-E/BR, ROG Strix B450 Series
  • motherboard specific sensor info for Gigabyte B450 Series
  • motherboard specific sensor info for MSI MS-7B92
  • improved motherboard specific sensor info for ASRock boards
  • GPU information for nVIDIA CMP 100-100 (GP100)
  • GPU information for nVIDIA CMP 100-200 (GV100)
  • GPU information for nVIDIA CMP 100-210 (GV100)
  • GPU information for nVIDIA Tesla V100-DGXS-32GB (GV100GL)
  • GPU information for nVIDIA Tesla V100-PCIE-32GB (GV100GL)
  • GPU information for nVIDIA Tesla V100-SXM2-32GB (GV100GL)
  • extended GPU information for Intel i740
  • preliminary GPU information for nVIDIA GV102, GV102GL, GV104, GV104M
  • identification of AMD A4-9xxx (aka Stoney Ridge)
  • Intel Processor Number detection for Core i7-9700K
  • Intel Processor Number detection for Core i9-9900K
  • VIA Processor Number detection for Nano X2 C4350AL
  • fixed: CPU diode temperature measurement for AMD Ryzen 2000 Series
  • fixed: sensor support for Asetek VII (Corsair iCUE SiUSBXp.dll issue)
  • fixed: RAID member enumeration for Intel NVMe RAID arrays
Sources: AIDA 64, via Guru3D
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16 Comments on Latest AIDA 64 Beta Adds Support for GV104, GV104M - Mentions GeForce GTX 1180

#1
altcapwn
They're going to skip 1180 or 2080 and go straight to 1280 or 3080.
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#2
ssdpro
altcapwn said:
They're going to skip 1180 or 2080 and go straight to 1280 or 3080.
Oh... interesting. Follow the Microsoft model? 8 to 10? Maybe they should go the full Apple and just skip number all together and use "the New GeForce" each time they release a new product. Well, except the iphone, they did the 8 to 10 thing on that too.
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T4C Fantasy
CPU & GPU DB Maintainer
altcapwn said:
They're going to skip 1180 or 2080 and go straight to 1280 or 3080.
they wouldn't skip the 2000 series if they went by the thousands lol.
they want to keep their naming scheme for as long as possible
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#4
Vayra86
Its starting to look like the 'mandatory Geforce leak' website over here.

Come on... tone it down a little. We're not WCCFtech. This isn't news.
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#7
qubit
Overclocked quantum bit
@RejZoR Looks like it's gonna be GTX 1180 after all. You made a good point though for a 20xx series numbering scheme though and the number sequence is ambiguous at this point, as I explained.

Roll on August 20th...
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#8
bug
The bit that I find interesting is the GV104M.
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#9
efikkan
bug said:
The bit that I find interesting is the GV104M.
Isn't that pretty much expected?

GV102 - "GTX 1180 Ti"
GV102GL - Quadro/Tesla
GV104 - "GTX 1180"
GV104M - "GTX 1180 Mobile"

Look at the list here. Observe the pattern of Geforce(no suffix), Geforce Mobile(M) and Quadro/Tesla(GL) and Quadro Mobile (GLM).
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#10
bug
efikkan said:
Isn't that pretty much expected?

GV102 - "GTX 1180 Ti"
GV102GL - Quadro/Tesla
GV104 - "GTX 1180"
GV104M - "GTX 1180 Mobile"

Look at the list here. Observe the pattern of Geforce(no suffix), Geforce Mobile(M) and Quadro/Tesla(GL) and Quadro Mobile (GLM).
Not to me it isn't. I haven't heard of a new mobile part incoming and it's not customary for Nvidia to release them in their first wave.
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#11
T4C Fantasy
CPU & GPU DB Maintainer
bug said:
Not to me it isn't. I haven't heard of a new mobile part incoming and it's not customary for Nvidia to release them in their first wave.
mobile IDs are always out at the sametime as normal IDs doesnt mean it will release at the sametime, i work with IDs and this is what ive noticed xD
i even knew about the GT 1030 ID 1 year before the SKU released xD
http://pci-ids.ucw.cz/read/PC/10de/1d01
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#12
bug
T4C Fantasy said:
mobile IDs are always out at the sametime as normal IDs doesnt mean it will release at the sametime, i work with IDs and this is what ive noticed xD
i even knew about the GT 1030 ID 1 year before the SKU released xD
http://pci-ids.ucw.cz/read/PC/10de/1d01
Ah ok, that explains things.
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#13
efikkan
bug said:
Not to me it isn't. I haven't heard of a new mobile part incoming and it's not customary for Nvidia to release them in their first wave.
Nvidia will be launching a new mobile lineup this fall.

But just because someone found a device id of a bin from Nvidia or AMD doesn't mean it will release any time soon, or even at all.

The only thing I find strange is a lack of references to a "GV106".
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#14
T4C Fantasy
CPU & GPU DB Maintainer
efikkan said:
Nvidia will be launching a new mobile lineup this fall.

But just because someone found a device id of a bin from Nvidia or AMD doesn't mean it will release any time soon, or even at all.

The only thing I find strange is a lack of references to a "GV106".
Its simple there isnt any working 106s yet xD
"V" was an assumption based on the device id stack it could be something else
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