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Nvidia set to launch GeForce RTX 50 series with advanced TSMC process

Published Nov 18, 2023 01:12PM ET
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SANTA CLARA - Nvidia Corporation (NASDAQ:NVDA) is poised to elevate the graphics card industry with its forthcoming GeForce RTX 50 "Blackwell" series, leveraging TSMC's N5 (4N Optimized) advanced process node. This new generation of GPUs is expected to offer significant improvements in energy efficiency and performance per transistor over the current Ada Lovelace’s AD102 model, potentially leading to a sizeable leap in graphics technology.

The Blackwell GPUs are anticipated to outpace Nvidia's current flagship, the GeForce RTX 40-series, with insider kopite7kimi suggesting up to a 15% boost in performance and a 30% reduction in power consumption. These gains are attributed to the transition from the larger "628 mm²" GA102 die on a less efficient node to TSMC's next-generation 3nm process node.

In a move to match AMD’s Radeon RX7000 series, the new GPUs will adopt the DisplayPort 2.1 standard, enhancing display connectivity options. While Nvidia has not disclosed specific bandwidth capabilities, it is noteworthy that AMD (NASDAQ:AMD)'s workstation cards currently offer up to an impressive UHBR20 standard.

The upcoming Blackwell series also plans to incorporate PCIe5.0 and may continue using a revised version of the contentious 16-pin power connector. The updated connector is expected to adhere to an enhanced ATX5.0 specification, addressing safety concerns raised by professional repair technicians regarding past design issues.

Further rumors suggest that Nvidia may integrate additional cores or GDDR7 memory into Blackwell SKUs, although these details have yet to be confirmed. The company also has plans for HBM3e memory in high-performance computing and AI sectors and GDDR7 for gaming GPUs, indicating a strategic aim to strengthen its market lead across various segments.

Enthusiasts are keenly awaiting these advancements, with predictions pointing towards a release window between late 2024 and early 2025 for the next-gen GPUs. If these enhancements materialize as expected, they could solidify Nvidia's position at the forefront of the GPU market.

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