We Heard of NVCache in May 2020 With some Ampere leaks, NVIDIA’s alleged NVCache is acting like HBCC – HBCC is AMD’s own high-bandwidth cache controller that debuts with Vega.
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Sony is using some truly next-gen storage technology inside its PlayStation 5 console, with a Deep dive on it here. Microsoft may be doing the same with their Xbox Series X consoles, but what about PCs? AMD will definitely have something nifty up its sleeve with the RDNA 2 – while NVIDIA has the NVCache.
Okay, back in May we heard about Ampere and NVCache leaking it “Leverages both your DDR and SSD for increased load time and VRAM“New leaked Dead Tees from Moore’s Law that the GeForce RTX 3000 series family will have NVIDIA’s upcoming NVCache on ampere cards.”Dynamically use bandwidth from SSDs, VRAM and DDR for multiple tasks at the same time“.
there also Tensor memory compression Is on ampere, and will reportedly use sensor cr for both compressed and decompressed items stored in VCAM. This could result in a 20–40% reduction in VRAM usage, or higher usage of VRAM with higher textures in next-gen games and tenser memory compression reduced by 20–40%.
NVIDIA DLSS 3.0, NVCache, and Tensor may be some pure trinity-level combination of features and technologies between memory compression. All this when joined forces with a more powerful, more unpublished Ampere GPU, it could be one of the most exciting GFF releases ever.
In addition, AMD strikes when AMD is hotter than RDNA 2 and its “NVIDIA killer”. More on that here.
- Traversal coprocessor: We have more leaks than any family of graphics cards on NVIDIA’s next-generation GeForce RTX 3000 series, with an interesting “traversal coprocessor” on the new GeForce RTX 3080 and GeForce RTX 3090 graphics cards. You can do this Read more on that here.
- NVCache: Ampere means something called NVCache, which would be a variant of NVIDIA of AMD’s HBCC (High Bandwidth Exporter Controller). More on that here). NVCache will use your system RAM and SSD to optimize super-speed game load time as well as VRAM usage. You can do this Read more on NVCache here.
- Tensor memory compression: NVCache is interesting, but Tensor Memory Compression will be on Ampere, and reportedly Tensor Cores will be used for both accumulated and decompressed items in VRAM. This could result in a 20–40% reduction in VRAM usage, or higher usage of VRAM with higher textures in next-gen games and tenser memory compression reduced by 20–40%.
- How fast is GeForce RTX 3090The Rumoredly fast, 60-90% more performance than the current Turing-based flagship GeForce RTX 2080 Ti. We can see this huge performance jump in ray tracing titles, but we’ll have to wait a bit to see the graphical power NVIDIA crams in these new cards. You can do this Read more on those rumors here.
- Power hungryFor power consumption, the GA102 reportedly uses 230W – while the 24GB GDDR6X (which we should see on the new Ampere-based Titan RTX) consumes 60W of power. You can do this Read more on that here.
- Production starts soon: NVIDIA is reportedly in the DVT (or design verification test) category of its new GeForce RTX 3000 series graphics cards. Mass production closes in August 2020 with media events, benchmarks and More in September 2020 as I predicted many months ago. More on that here.
I have already written about the rumors that NVIDIA’s Next-Gene Ampere GPU Architecture Will Be 75% Faster Than Current-Gene GPUs Such as the Turing architecture, right after that It is rumored that Ampere will offer 50% more performance at half the power of Turing. This is very crazy stuff.
Not only that, but we’ve got something Rumors have erupted over the alleged GeForce RTX 3080 and GeForce RTX 3070 graphics cards, Both of which will be powered by NVIDIA’s new Ampere GPU architecture.
We have already heard Ampere will offer 50% more performance at half the power of Turing, Who put hair on my neck. Better yet, you can read about the specs leaked at Here the Ampere-based GeForce RTX 3080 and GeForce RTX 3070 are kept.
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- In this new GeForce RTX 3090 leak, it is 26% faster than the RTX 2080 Ti
- New GeForce RTX 3090 Leaked: 12GB GDDR6X at Crazy 21Gbps
- Rumored to pack GeForce RTX 3080 and RTX 3090 ‘traversal coprocessor’
- NVIDIA’s Next Gene GeForce RTX 3080, RTX 3090 to Enter Production Soon
- GeForce RTX 3090: GA102 consumes 230W, 24GB GDDR6 has 60W power consumption
- NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 is rumored to use huge cooling blocks
- NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Cooler: Rumored to spend $ 150 on its own
- GeForce RTX 3090 rumor: 24GB GDDR6X will annihilate RTX 2080 Ti
- NVIDIA Geforce RTX 3090 Rumors: RTX 2080 60-90% faster than TI
- Check out these awesome renders of NVIDIA’s next generation GeForce RTX 3080
- This may be our first photo of the GeForce RTX 3080 graphics card
- AMD and NVIDIA will both launch next-gen GPUs in September 2020
- NVIDIA reportedly drops the Tesla brand, which is very close to Elon Musk’s Tesla
- NVIDIA leads fight against COVID-19 with Ampere-based supercomputers
- NVIDIA DGX A100: 8 x A100 Ampere GPU, AMD CPU, 15TB NVMe SSD
- NVIDIA Ampere A100 Specs: 54 Billion Transistors, 40GB HBM2, 7nm TSMC