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Technology marches to the beat of its own drum and is typically unfazed by whatever events might be going on at the time. Like a silicon shortage and street prices for GPUs continuing to rise. So it should come as no surprise that leaks and rumors pointing to NVIDIA's next-generation Ada Lovelace GPUs have permeated the landscape. We've actually been hearing about Ada Lovelace for quite some time now—since last year, when it was said the next generation GPU would be built on a 5-nanometer manufacturing process and possibly debut in late 2021 (not going to happen) or sometime in 2022 (probably will happen). At the time, we pointed out that Ada Lovelace is likely a reference to the British... Read more...
It may seem hard to fathom, but it has already been over a year since NVIDIA began shipping its GeForce RTX 30 series graphics cards based on Ampere. Supply shortages have dampened things a bit, but even so, technology marches on. And to that end, there is talk of NVIDIA refreshing its GeForce RTX series with Super SKUs early next year. Regardless of the timing, it's a safe bet that it will happen at some point. NVIDIA's strategy these days is to bolster its lineup with "Ti" and "Super" variants. It's just anyone's guess when new cards will arrive, and that decision likely depends in large part on how the competition is faring. Which as it stands, boils down to AMD (Intel will assert itself into... Read more...
It has been a painful year for gamers in need of a GPU upgrade, because graphics cards have been especially hard to find (unless you're willing to pay grossly inflated prices from scalpers). There is some potentially good news, however. We could have access to next-generation graphics cards by the time the market normalizes, and multiple rumors point to some beastly upgrades. As it pertains to NVIDIA, we're starting to hear more about Ada Lovelace in the leaks and rumors scene. While nothing is official, the latest chatter is that Ada Lovelace could bring about the same kind of generational performance leap that we saw when going from Maxwell to Pascal. If that is the case, the GeForce RTX 40... Read more...
Everything is fine and dandy when it comes to performance in the current-generation discrete GPU market -- that is if you can get your hands on a GeForce RTX 30 or Radeon RX 6000 card. However, there are always people looking towards the next big thing, which is undoubtedly the case for next-generation enthusiast-class graphics cards from NVIDIA and AMD. This week, a new report claims that if you're already a bit concerned with the current state of GPU power consumption, things are only going up from here. 3DCenter alleges that GeForce RTX 40 "Ada Lovelace" GPUs would feature TDPs in the 420- to 450-watt range. Mathematician Ada Lovelace Has Already Appeared On NVIDIA Heroes T-Shirt For comparison,... Read more...
It is never too early to discuss what might come next in the PC hardware space, and as it relates to NVIDIA and its GPU roadmap, its latest generation Ampere architecture is now a little over a year old. The big question is what does NVIDIA have in store for its eventual GeForce RTX 40 series. And the answer? Quite possible Ada Lovelace. Nothing is ever truly written in stone until a company makes an official announcement, and even then, chiseled plans can sometimes crumble. Nevertheless, leaker Greymon55 is very confident NVIDIA will power its next generation graphics cards built for gaming with Ada Lovelace, which is a GPU codename that has popped up in past rumors. Greymon55's comment about... Read more...