Rumor indicates that the NVIDIA RTX 50 could use GDDR7 memory

Every time we talk about something future, our hair stands on end, and the news about GDDR7 is already beginning to appear, and that is a sign that there is less and less time left until we see them. However, take it easy, this is not something we will have tomorrow.

A new rumor, along with the information we already had, tells us that the next NVIDIA RTX 50 series graphics cards could almost certainly carry future GDDR7 memories for the first time.

Will we see GDDR7 in the RTX 50?

According to the roadmap, NVIDIA will launch the next generation Blackwell GPU architecture in 2025, this means that it is more than likely that if the plans do not go awry and there are no problems, we will see that generation together with the first GDDR7 memories .

This is not something that we invented, but rather it was the company itself that offered that roadmap, so let’s hope that its forecasts are met.

This new series of graphics cards, Nvidia GeForce RTX 50 “GB202”, would have suffered a leak thanks to the user kopite7kimi , who would tell us that these would have a GB202 GPU with a 512-bit memory bus and 192 SM, which would be equivalent to 24,576 CUDA cores.

Its frequency could reach up to 2.9 GHz thanks to turbo mode, and it will have 24 or 32 GB of GDDR7 memory , for the first time in an NVIDIA graphics card, and possibly in the world.

It must be remembered that the RTX 4090 GPU would have 16,384 CUDA cores, so the increase would be more than notable, more than 50%.

This would come along with other improvements to its architecture, although they would still be revealed. We must keep in mind that the roadmap provided by NVIDIA places all of this for the year 2025 , so we still have many rumors, news, and joys and sadnesses to tell. Although there are many people who believe that it is likely that we will see an RTX 5090 at the end of 2024 , something that we would like more, since we would be talking about only one year practically.

This 5090 will make a significant jump in the total amount of L2 cache, which could go up to 128 MB. Which would result in a total bandwidth of up to 1.54 TB/s , something much higher than usual and which leaves us a little impressed. We will see to what extent it becomes a reality.

NVIDIA is having a fabulous year, and wants 2024 to be even better. Will they give us joy? What will this coming 2024 have in store for us? Technological evolution seemed to be hitting a ceiling, however, news like this gives us hope for new changes and a promising future, not only in AIs.

We are looking forward to seeing the new Blackwell generation . And you, what do you think of all this? Will it arrive sooner than expected, or will it be delayed? And will it be a success or is everything too good to be true?

We will be attentive to any rumor or news that is confirmed and we will return to tell you about it. There’s still plenty of time, so we’ll meet again here. That’s for sure.


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