We expect NVIDIA to launch its next-generation GPU family, codenamed Ada Lovelace, this fall. That’s why it’s time for the company and its production partners to test the new graphics processors. Kopite7Kimi, an important source of leaks on GPUs, says that these testing processes have begun.
Typically, a GPU takes more than a year to develop. Therefore, according to the current table, NVIDIA should have bought the first samples of the AD102 processors last summer. However, the chip and drivers and drivers should already be ready by now.
Past leaks indicate that the tech giant will take performance to the next level with the RTX 4000 series. However, we expect a big padoller in terms of power consumption. As a result, it is highly likely that the new generation cardollarsars will come with a 12+4 pin PCIe power connector.
Going over again, the “Ada Lovelace” architecture will be used in the GeForce RTX 4000 series produced for the game. The architecture designed by the company for high performance computing (HPC) and artificial intelligence applications is codenamed “Hopper”.
As for another detail, it seems likely that NVIDIA will use one of the TSMC N5 (5nm class) production technologies in its next generation GPUs. Ultimately, we can expect significant performance gains compared to the current GeForce RTX 3000 series “Ampere” family, with architectural improvements, transistor counts and higher clock speeds.
NVIDIA has not officially confirmed that the next generation GeForce RTX 4000 series ‘Ada Lovelace’ GPUs will be available this year. But now that the company is introducing an entirely new family of GPUs every two years, it’s time for the next generation of GeForce cards.