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GeForce RTX 40 series with NVIDIA Lovelace GPUs again rumored to use TSMC N5 process


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Kopite7kimi is a leaker who correctly predicted almost the whole NVIDIA Ampere lineup many months in advance. Naturally, each word the user shares on Twitter is meticulously analyzed. The same applies to his recent NVIDIA leaks.

 

The user now reaffirms the rumors from July, when Greymon55 (another leaker although better known for AMD content) revealed that NVIDIA is planning to use TSMC N5 process technology for their next-gen gaming architecture known as Ada Lovelace. Now both leakers now agree that NVIDIA Lovelace is using TSMC rather than Samsung.

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The rumored specifications of NVIDIA AD102 GPU equip it with 18432 CUDA cores and performance nearly twice as high as GA102. The AD102 would be a large 600mm² die consuming 400-450W using a smaller and more efficient node.

Gross, in a good way. 

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With ray tracing I wonder if in a few years PC hardware will be so far ahead that the comparison between PC and console is much different than it is now. Hopefully that's not the case, but ray tracing is still in it's very early stages.

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