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NVIDIA podpatruje rozwiązania AMD. Zapewni nam to skok wydajności?

NVIDIA monitors AMD solutions. This will give us a jump in performance

NVIDIA seems to be envious of AMD’s Infinity Cache in graphics cards. The Greens plan to increase the cache size in the Ada Lovelace family, the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4000 for this year.

There has been a lot of talk about NVIDIA in recent days, all due to a hacking attack on their servers. The Lapsus group got their hands on nearly 1 terabyte of data. It includes a lot of inside information about upcoming technologies and equipment currently on offer, but also. The talk was already about jailbreaking LHR or publishing files related to NVIDIA DLSS.

GeForce RTX 4000 Cards Coming in September

So-called history miners are constantly combing through the obtained information. As a result, we are learning more and more details about the next generation of NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4000 consumer graphics cards. First, the structure of the kernel was analyzed, and now it was time for the internal memory.

There is information that Greens plans to significantly increase the size of the L2 cache In the latest graphics cards. In the case of the GeForce RTX 3000 (Ampere) family, it was only 6MB in the base GA102, 4MB in the GA103 and GA104, 3MB in the GA106 and 2MB in the GA107.

The NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4000 features 96 MB L2 cache for the AD102 GPU, 64 MB for the AD103, 48 MB for the AD104 and finally 32 MB for the AD106 and AD107. This gives us a jump of 90MB for the best systems and 30MB for the cheapest units. This should translate into a huge jump in performance.

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NVIDIA monitors AMD solutions.  This will give us a jump in performance

Where does this movement come from? The solution may have been seen in AMD Radeon graphics cards and is a response to the “Infinity Cache”. Adding L2 Cache is cheaper to produce than offering a wider data bus or trying exotic and expensive HBM memories.

This move, along with the increase in the number of SM units, will ensure higher computing power in games and software. However, it is not yet known what hours and power consumption will be discussed. The first NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4000 chipset is expected to hit stores in September of this year.

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