Nvidia’s next-gen graphics cards, which are thought to be based on its ‘Lovelace’ architecture, could be twice as powerful as RTX 3000 models, but also twice as power-hungry, according to the latest from the GPU grapevine.
This comes from Greymon55, who is a now regular presence on Twitter when it comes to hardware leaks.
While that tweet doesn’t initially make it clear, Greymon55 subsequently clarifies that they are referring to Nvidia’s Lovelace GPUs, and what will presumably be RTX 4000 models if the company continues in a logical manner with its naming scheme, with the RTX 4080 expected to be the high-end GPU.
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