Nvidia has launched graphics cards non-stop with a total of six Turing RTX and GTX models, and the company could deploy next-generation GPU technology
Nvidia will debut its 7nm amp-GPU architecture on March 18 during the keynote keynote at its GPU Technology Conference, according to the latest report from TweakTown .
Before Upset (or Upset) Over Team Green, which introduces even more gaming parts, the new GPU architecture will be successful as an Nvidia engine for high-performance computing, digital learning and artificial intelligence presumably Volta .
Following the launch of Radeon VII AMD's first 7nm graphics card in early February, would now be the perfect time for Nvidia to respond with its own 7nm architecture. There are also rumors suggesting that Nvidia used Samsung to produce 7nm transistors using its ultraviolet lithography process.
If Ampere is real and has a 7nm architecture, it should determine the design and features of Nvidia's next GeForce series. Tensor cores and GDDR6 memories, which first appeared on Volta based GPUs (1
Although the timing makes sense, we remain skeptical of these rumors. First, TweakTown sources have a hit rate close to 25%. A look at Tures launch was wrong, as it was the release of the 11-series, and several announcement dates were published that turned out to be wrong . However, the publication was one of the first to rightly call the name Turing.
We'll soon know if this is true, so stay tuned, because we'll bring you all the important news about the GTC 2019 Well, the Games Developer Conference takes place next week.
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