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Not every cuda core is created equal. Its like trying to compare different cores from different CPUs.Exactly. The thing is that the raw performance uplift comes with a TDP uplift of ~equal measure, so I can't really see any perf/W increase at all.
When they announced the prices and everybody started panic selling their 2080 Ti's, I had a feeling that there was a reason behind it. Nvidia has never been famous for bringing good value propositions in the higher market segments - don't get me wrong, people, they're good cards, just not as good as Jensen claimed in the announcement. It also puzzles me how they managed to achieve a 30% performance uplift with ~double the cuda cores.
Its easy if you know the specifics. According to Jensen a process unit to be called cuda core must be able to execute FP32 instructions.
Pre-Turing architectures every cuda core was capable of 1 Int or 1 FP instruction, and cannot execute both.
This has changed in Turing. In Turing every cuda core was performing exclusively FP instructions and the number was 4352. For Int instructions Turing had another 4352 units that was not counted for cuda cores (see Jensen)
Ampere 3080 now has (4352x2) 8704 cuda cores and the 4352 of them are executing exclusively FP instruction and the other 4352 are executing Int or FP instructions, but not both.