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"If I had to guess, I suspect that NVIDIA will announce a GPU known as GV100 at GTC 2017, a high-end GPU targeted squarely at the data center market. This would give GP100 about a year as NVIDIA's flagship data center-oriented graphics processor before it's replaced; yearlong product cycles are quite common in this industry."
"If GV100 is announced in May, then based on what we saw with when we saw NVIDIA announce the gaming-oriented Pascal chips (GP104 and GP106), it wouldn't surprise me to see the first gaming-oriented Volta chip, likely known as GV104, hit the market in June or July of 2017. The mid-range Volta part, likely to be known as GV106, as well as the highest-end gaming part, which should be called GV102, could come out by the fall of 2017."