Only the GP100 board has a 1:2 ratio of FP64 cores, and 2:1 of FP16 cores (albeit in a vector of 2, since it's processed by an FP32 core).
The GP102, GP104, and GP106 have a 1:32 ratio of FP64 cores, and 1:128 of FP16x2 cores; which honestly is just to be compatible, not powerful. If you really want FP16, wait for GP100 in a Tesla card, or promote to FP32.
The GP102 however does support INT8 at 4 times the speed of FP32; so 44 TOPS. Probably also vectorized like FP16, but done by the cuda cores.