Nvidia’s next-gen graphics cards, purportedly codenamed Lovelace, might be here earlier than expected in 2022, and could be built by TSMC on a 5nm process, or so the latest rumor reckons.
This comes from well-known hardware leaker Kopite7kimi on Twitter, who replied to a comment about the incoming GPUs arriving late in 2022 if they are actually on TSMC 5nm (and being expensive, too).
As Wccftech, which spotted this tweet, points out, the leaker had previously said that what will presumably be RTX 4000 graphics cards would be built on a 5nm process, but the assumption was that Nvidia could stick with Samsung for making Lovelace chips.
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