NVIDIA Ampere GPU to be succeeded by 5nm Ada Lovelace?

Posted on Monday, Dec 21 2020 @ 11:21 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
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Word is going around that NVIDIA's Hopper GPU architecture may be delayed. Instead, a new architecture named after British mathematician Ada Lovelace popped up on the radar. VideoCardz reports NVIDIA is internally using "ADxxx" for GPU codenames.

If the new rumors are accurate, the 5nm Hopper architecture is delayed to the 2023-2024 timeframe. Hopper is believed to be a multi-chip module but it's still unknown whether there will be a gaming variant of Hopper.

The Lovelace architecture will allegedly be fabbed on 5nm and will be another monolithic architecture. It's expected to make its debut in 2021-2022 but it's unknown whether it will be made by TSMC or Samsung.


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