Ada Lovelace would be Nvidia’s next gaming architecture and Hopper would have been delayed. New rumors about Nvidia’s future are coming in, and these pass through Ada Lovelace, the name (a British mathematician) that would receive the next Nvidia gaming architecture destined to give life to its GeForce RTX 40 Series graphics cards.
Ada Lovelace would be Nvidia’s next gaming architecture; Hopper would have been delayed
Little else we know, except that it would arrive with a 5nm manufacturing process without knowing if they will be signed by Samsung Foundry or TSMC. On the other hand, these GPUs could arrive at the end of 2021 or even some time in 2022.
Turing 12nm > Ampere 8nm > Lovelace? 5nm
RDNA 7nm > RDNA 2 7nm > RDNA 3 5nm + I/O
DG1 10nm > DG2 6nm > DG3 5nm MCM
— WildCracks (@wild_cracks) December 21, 2020
On the other hand, it is indicated that the Nvidia Hopper architecture, destined to products for professional use, and the first architecture of the company to employ an MCM design (the same one used by the AMD Ryzen but with several graphic chips), would have been delayed to focus its efforts first on Ada Lovelace.
Hopper will also reach a 5nm manufacturing process, but in this case, the latest rumors are indicating that at least these GPUs would be manufactured by TSMC. We canh expect them to see the light between 2023 and 2024. And that means a very late date with an Intel that will launch its MCM GPUs next year. So it seems that things will be very lively, and that is that AMD, Intel, and Nvidia should reach 2022 offering gaming graphics products @ 5nm.