Nvidia ampere gpu reveal
Ray tracing performance, additional VRAM for each model, improved raster capabilities, and slightly higher clock speeds are many improvements related to Nvidia's upcoming code-named Ampere GPU. The codename
Ampere refers to the next Nvidia GPU product line that is expected to launch in the first half of 2020. There is not much information available, except that they will use the GeForce RTX architecture and make the jump to 7nm.
Attendees of Nvidia's latest AIB Partner Briefing have seen many leaks. They said we can expect "huge" performance improvements, higher VRAM capacity, higher clocks, and lower TDP and voltage. This obviously comes at the cost of limited overclocking potential. The
ray tracing function is an aspect of the RTX 2000 series. It did not meet expectations and complained that these functions were not fully optimized. If these leaks can be believed, Nvidia has taken steps to improve the ray tracing performance of the Ampere GPU by using more RT cores with higher clock rates and improved raster technology.
WCCFTech sources also claimed that the new Ampere GPU will be equipped with more VRAM in its model while increasing the core clock to 100200 MHz. Due to the shift to the new 7nm process, the TDP is reduced, so it will be the same. The voltage will do. The disadvantage of this is that it will lead to reduced overclocking capabilities.
With the seemingly exciting performance improvements and improved ray tracing capabilities, we look forward to more news about these new GPUs.
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