With the RTX 3000 series, NVIDIA has succeeded in making its mark on the industry, and the new architecture that NVIDIA is working on has emerged.

If you remember, with the report shared in the past weeks, it was stated that NVIDIA was delaying the Hopper architecture, known for its multi-module design. Today, with the shared report, the details of the new architecture that NVIDIA will launch after the Ampere architecture have been leaked. According to the leaked information, the new architecture is expected to be named NVIDIA Ada Lovelace. It is also among the shared information that this architecture will have 70 percent higher performance compared to the Ampere architecture.

With the report shared by Kopite7Kimi, previously known for its accurate leaks on Ampere architecture, we witness that NVIDIA is working on the 5 nm Ada Lovelace architecture.

According to the information shared in this section, it is also stated that the new generation architecture will have the model number AD102. At the same time, the architecture, which will surpass the RTX 3000 series graphics cards with its performance, is also said to come with a smaller processing node. This means that the 5 nm Lovelace architecture will have more transistors compared to the Ampere architecture.

In addition, the same report emphasizes that the graphics cards, which will have 5 nm Lovelace architecture, will also come with 18,432 CUDA cores. As you know, the RTX 3090 with Ampere architecture came with 10,496 CUDA cores. Considering that this number will reach the level of 18.432 with the Lovelace architecture, we see that NVIDIA will make serious innovations especially in terms of performance with the new generation architecture.

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It is also among the shared information that the architecture, which is stated to be based on the 5 nm process, will also be 64 TFLOPs. If we make a small comparison in this section, we also observe that the new generation architecture will perform twice as high as the RTX 3080 model with 34 TFLOPs.

When Will NVIDIA Ada Lovelace Architecture Be Introduced?
For now, no official announcement has been made about the Lovelace AD102 GPU. However, in line with the information shared by some sources, it is claimed that the Lovelace AD102 GPU will power the GeForce RTX 4000 series. In addition, it is stated that the new generation architecture, which is stated to be introduced in 2021, will directly rival AMD’s RDNA 3 architecture and Radeon RX 7000 series graphics cards.

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