According to the latest industry rumours, Nvidia GeForce RTX 40 They could surprise, and it is now indicated that the graphics chip Ada Lovelace would arrive at a 4nm manufacturing process signed by TSMC, which would give it a technological advantage over the AMD RDNA3 architecture of the Radeon RX 7000 based on the manufacturing process 5nm from the same manufacturer.
Until now, all rumors were that both graphics chip makers would use the same 5nm TSMC manufacturing process, but now it seems that Nvidia would have opted for an even more advanced manufacturing process to add an extra edge to its chips in terms of performance and power efficiency, which seems very necessary given that AMD has opted for a chip design for its new high-end graphics cards.
Until now 4nm was only related to graphics chips Nvidia Hopper, which aim to bring the professional line of GPUs to life with the data center in mind. Considering that the next generation of Nvidia gaming GPUs are expected to consume large amounts of power, it even makes sense to go with 4nm. We will now have to wait to find out if these GPUs will really be manufactured in 4nm or 5nm.
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