Nvidia, the renowned technology company, is shifting its focus towards the development of AI division instead of the gaming market, according to recent reports. It is rumored that the new generation of GeForce RTX 50 series will not be available […]
Nvidia, the renowned technology company, is shifting its focus towards the development of AI division instead of the gaming market, according to recent reports. It is rumored that the new generation of GeForce RTX 50 series will not be available until the end of 2024. Interestingly, it appears that a competitor in the gaming graphics card market is following a similar strategy, announcing several new derivatives of the existing RDNA 3 technology until the launch of a new generation.
Nvidia plans to utilize the Blackwell GPU architecture for its upcoming RTX 50 series, which will serve a dual purpose by being used for the development of the AI B100 accelerator as well as the classic GeForce gaming models. However, due to current sales priorities, it is likely that the gaming models will be available in limited quantities. Presently, data center deals generate more revenue than the GeForce gaming division.
Details regarding the Blackwell architecture are not known at this time, but it is expected to bring less significant advancements compared to the Ampere GeForce models, unlike the Ada Lovelace generation. Nvidia is in no rush to introduce the new GeForce generation primarily due to the lack of competition.
According to rumors, the RTX 50 Blackwell generation will be based on the TSMC 3nm chip manufacturing technology. The new generation is anticipated to deliver improved performance of approximately 15% compared to the existing models. Additionally, the new generation will support the PCIe 5.0 standard and Display Port 2.1 version. Chinese media reports indicate that the new generation of GeForce cards will feature an enhanced power connector, which will provide better stability and safety for your hardware.