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We are finally beginning to hear more about Nvidia's next-generation Ampere graphics card.
In recent rumors, someone suggested that RTX-based games will not experience performance degradation when using ray tracing on the upcoming Ampere graphics card. This includes the highly anticipated GeForce RTX 3080 Ti graphics card.
According to industry expert information, the YouTube channel "Moore's Law is Dead" suggests that Ampere will not just be a reduced version of the Turing architecture, with more RT cores. Instead, Ampere will be a "multi-purpose architecture" and will behave like a brand new thing in the graphics card market.
Many of us are very excited about the rumors that Ampere will provide higher ray tracing than the Turning architecture. According to reports, the performance of each layer has increased by 4 times.
This means that the GeForce RTX 3060 can provide the same ray tracing performance as the current flagship GeForce RTX 2080 Ti.
However, there are rumors that Ampere will be one step ahead of Turing. In contrast, Turing will soon become obsolete. If you plan to spend a lot of money on GeForce RTX 2080 Ti, this may not be the best news.
So far, what do we know about Nvidia Ampere graphics cards? Well, the architecture should provide or use the following:
As you can see, there are still some parts missing from the knowledge we have gained from Ampere, so we hope that Nvidia can fill these gaps as soon as possible.
The currently rumored GPU is codenamed GA102, GA103, and GA104. GA102 is expected to have 5376 CUDA cores, 12GB GDDR6 RAM and 384-bit bus, which will make it 40 times higher than RTX 2080 Ti. The
GA103 will have 3840 CUDA cores, 10GB of GDDR6 RAM, and a 320-bit bus, making it 10 times higher than the RTX 2080 Ti.
Finally there is GA104, which is expected to have 3072 CUDA cores, 8GB of GDDR6 RAM, and a 256-bit bus. This card is expected to be 5% slower than the RTX 2080 Ti.
There are various rumors about Ampere graphics cards, and it is difficult to determine how well these graphics cards perform. However, this rumor that ray tracing won't have much of a negative impact on the gaming experience is certainly interesting.
Everything shows that we are developing some super powerful graphics cards to take ray tracing to a new level, so we are very happy to see them.
When we hear some official announcements and confirmations from Nvidia, we will continue to provide you with the latest information. Check back often for Ampere news.