Huang has already predicted that NVIDIA will usher in a large number of newer products, including but not limited to GPU products, in the second half of the year.
Obviously, this means that the RTX 40 series graphics cards are in the works.
A recent leak has combed through the specs of the first four RTX 40-series graphics cards, including the RTX 4090, RTX 4080, RTX 4070 and RTX 4060.
In terms of CUDA sizeThe RTX 4090 is 53 percent more than the RTX 3090, 23 percent more than the RTX 4080, 25 percent more than the RTX 4070, and 26 percent more than the RTX 4060.
On this conservative estimate, CUDA growth should be on par with overall graphics card performance growth, although we can expect double or even double or triple the RTX 40 series growth in light chase, DLSS and other game scenarios.
The RTX 40 series has been switched to TSMC's 6nm graphics card instead of 5nm. Second, RTX 4060 video memory specifications, unexpectedly less than 3060 4GB capacity, it seems that after the replacement of G6X, cost, heat dissipation pressure, TGP this increased by 30W.
On the same day, another spoiler, Kopite7kimi, also revealed that the AD104 core has been tested and it is expected to be used on the RTX 4070.
Speculation is rife that NVIDIA will release its RTX 40 series of graphics cards as soon as July, with sales starting in September.