A week ago, rumors appeared on the network that the next generation of NVIDIA video cards would be named after Ada Lovelace. Now, thanks to 3DCenter sources, the characteristics of the top-end Lovelace architecture chip have become known.
The AD102 chip will receive 72 texture processors and 144 stream multiprocessors. The video card will boast 18432 CUDA cores, which is 71% more than the RTX 30 series. The performance will be 66.4 teraflops, while the RTX 3090 will have 38.7 teraflops.
Lovelace chips will be based on a 5nm process technology and will be manufactured by TSMC. Apple’s M1 and A14 Bionic processors are now based on this process technology .
NVIDIA has not officially announced anything yet. The next conference of the company is scheduled for January 12.