Whats your point? GP102 is a 250W part. Big Vega is 300W but it has features like P100(16GB HBM2, ECC) and also has somewhat stripped down DP perf like GP102, so it is filling the role of two completely different Nvidia GPUs. If your machine doesnt need a ton of DP performance, then Vega is the obvious choice. For gaming, itll use 50W more than GP102 but if youre buying a massive GPU like GP102 or big Vega, i dont think 50W is a dealbreaker, especially since it should outperform GP102 based on its specs. Big Vega is a very versatile chip that will be in machine learning focused supercomputers, servers, workstations and consumer desktops and its a fraction of the cost of either of Nvidias competing products for most applications. We will have to see how they price the consumer big Vega. I imagine that there will be several petascale systems using Epyc and Vega in the works very soon.