Rumor: A whistleblower with a track record has added to rumors that Nvidia's next generation gaming graphics cards will use the 5nm TSMC node process. It may also arrive a little earlier than previously expected.
That puts more power behind the rumours, famed whistleblower Greymon55 said last month. Copete also said that the RTX 40 series, which appears to be based on the "Ada Lovelace" architecture, should arrive a little earlier than previously expected. Previous predictions said that by the end of 2022. Nvidia tends to release new generations of graphics cards every few years, so the latest rumors may make sense in Q3 2022.
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Previously, both whistleblowers suggested that the higher cards in the RTX 40 series were similar to the RTX 3090 Super card, consuming more than 400 watts of electricity, creating a new example in the upside.
Series 40 is based on the AD102 GPU, which Kopite estimates may leak up to 18,432 CUDA. Core, compared to the 10496 RTX 3090. The original 40 Series card may double its previous performance based on these rumors.
More rumors suggest that Nvidia Lovelace is also known as Nvidia Lovelace. RTX 4000 uses TSMC N5