Connect with us

PC

NVIDIA will release PCIe 4.0 GPUs and it won't be the RTX 3000

Published

on

It may sound weird, but the first graphics cards to hit the market with PCIe 4.0 will not be the RTX 3000, not the new Tesla. And that if NVIDIA doesn't fix it and changes the deadline, newcomers to the company will come to compete with Intel and its Intel Tiger in the lake The 11th generation.

Exclusive: Features of NVIDIA Ampere RTX 3090, RTX 3080 and RTX 3070 release dates, price, specs.

Mature refers to a much faster market than the medium and high-end GPUs, as the speed is currently printed by AMD and Intel with their APUs.

NVIDIA is working hard on the sequel to follow in the MX300 series

It is possible that NVIDIA estimates that laptops will leave PCIe 3.0 aside to give access to PCIe 4.0, either pure marketing to rival its competitors or it may be because on some computers the PCIe and GPU lines will be limited by CPUs and SSDs should be distributed, requiring this for a broad band range.

In any case, preliminary data indicates that this new MX will come with it 5 GHz GDDR6 or 3.5 GHz GDDR5 (the option is almost eliminated by industry limitations with these memories) and in two different formats: 960 balls and 603 balls, showing at least two well-separated SKUs.

Gamer, passionate about video games, technologies, gadgets and everything related to the world of electronics.

Continue Reading
Advertisement
1 Comment
Subscribe
Notify of
guest
1 Comment
Most Voted
Newest Oldest
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Lol

Obviously well

Advertisement

Trending

1
0
Would love your thoughts, please comment.x
()
x