So we’ll be on an Ada Lovelace generation graphics card with the AD102 GPU which will be engraved at 5nm by TSMC. The latter will be offered 12 GPC, 72 TPC, 144 SM and 18432 Cuda Cores, and the speed of this chip will be 2.2 GHz with a power of 81 TFlops.
The caches should also be improved and on the memory side, NVIDIA should start with 384-bit GDDR6X.
All plans for this new GPU will be finalized, so the Greens will now be working on the chip’s internals. For the RTX 4090 version, we’re talking about Q4-2022 and NVIDIA will be targeting a double of performance compared to amps.
News update July 27, 2021 : It seems that everything has been confirmed. Thus, today it is clear that we will be, for the GPU AD102, so the RTX 4090, on 5 nm with 12 GPC, 72 TPC, 144 SM, 18432 Cuda Cores and memory at 384-bit GDDR6X. The frequency is well given for 2.2 GHz, with a power of 81 Tflops, against 36 Tflops for 3090 and 13 Tflops for 2080 Ti. So there would be an overdose, hence the $2,999 overpricing that was already mentioned…
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