TSMC 5nm Manufacturing Can Be Used on RTX 40 Series Cards

The Ada Lovelace and Hopper architecture graphics cards, which are expected late next year, are expected to use 5nm process technology.

NVIDIA plans to introduce two new GPU architectures next year, Ada Lovelace and Hopper. DigiTimesAccording to , the new graphics cards will appeal to almost all segments of the market and industry sources believe that these cards will be produced with TSMC’s 5nm process technology.

Currently, the Ampere-based GeForce RTX 30 series is based on Samsung’s 8LPP production process, as you know. In the artificial intelligence and high performance computing (HPC) class, TSMC’s 7nm production is used for GA100 GPUs. This strategy will allow NVIDIA to diversify its supply chain. However, since they do not receive high volume orders from foundries, they cannot achieve maximum capacity. It looks like this will change with the RTX 40 series, with NVIDIA and TSMC sitting at the table for a big deal.

The cards we expect with the code name Ada Lovelace will appeal to the players and reach the end consumer. Hopper architecture will be used in artificial intelligence and HPC applications. There is also the possibility that these GPUs may have a dual-chip design (MCM). The multi-die GPU is expected to team up with HBM memory and will use TSMC’s chip-on-chip (CoWoS) packaging technology.

We do not yet know when the next generation RTX 40 series Ada Lovelace cards will be released. Judging by the recent rumors, we can expect it to be launched in the last quarter of 2022.

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