The famous company for designing graphics processing units for the gaming and professional markets; as well as system on chip units for the mobile computing and automotive market; is setting foot on 5nm based Lovelace. As far as we all know, Nvidia’s Ampere GPUs is facing the supply constraint issue, lately. But although, the firm decides to focus on the upcoming events. In recent times, Nvidia has made headlines so many times. Including Asus accidentally revealing Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 3080 Ti and GeForce RTX 3060 GPUs. So it is no wonder, to expect one more news about Nvidia.
Well, Nvidia facing Supply-side constraints, one of the major problems, meaning that production in the economy is unable to keep fertile with emerging demand due to a melange of factors; such as inadequate infrastructure, lack of credit, availability of labor, and availability of technology. Besides, Nvidia’s Ampere GPU built on a 5nm manufacturer process, aka Lovelace will make its debut in 2021 or 2022.
What is the Ampere- Lovelace production for?
Nvidia is currently refining their Ampere’s successor, remarked as Lovelace. The latest news about the firm adds the announcement of A100 80GB GPU at SC20 on 26th November 2020 It will be one of the primary products under the Ampere lineup of Nvidia GPU production.
According to a few reliable sources, the GPU of Lovelace will have a total of 18,43 CUDA cores. Specifying that there will be a 71% boost compared to Ampere’s GA102 die.
It is still equivocal about Nvidia’s plan with Samsung or TSMC for its nm process nodes for their lineup’s byproduct Lovelace. On the other hand, it has been confirmed that the firm has booked with TSMC before the issue. So we can expect these GPUs for their 5 nm-based Lovelace in the upcoming year. Unfortunately, making Samsung less profitable.
Key features of Nvidia’s Ampere -Lovelace:
So far there is only a dearth of information about Lovelace, except the 5-nanometer architecture to the processor. Ampere is developed by Nvidia as the successor to both the Volta and Turing architectures. It initially came to the spotlight on May 14th, 2020.
Nvidia Ampere will have a fabrication process of TSMC 7nm as professional and Samsung 8nm as a consumer.
The Ampere lineup is named after the famous Franch mathematician and physicist Andre Marie Ampere.
The Lovelace architecture includes chips such as GA100, GA102, GA104, and GA10.
Geforce 30 series, Nvidia Workstation GPUs, and Nvidia Data Center GPUs will be primarily using the Ampere lineup.