NVIDIA has previously announced that it will hold a themed event called Project Beyond during the GTC Graphics Technology Conference on September 20th, featuring the GeForce RTX graphics card. Obviously, the long-awaited RTX 40 series graphics cards are finally here! Of course, this should be a warm-up, not an official release. It is expected to give some information points on the architecture and core aspects, but there will be no specific product models, specifications, and prices.
Today, NVIDIA has released another mysterious trailer video, in which the world’s first computing program, the “mother of programmers” Ada Lovelace (Ada Lovelace) completed the Bernoulli number calculation in 1843 Law.
——Ada, which is the code name of NVIDIA’s next-generation architecture.
In addition, there is a special phone number “(208)-629-7538” in the video.
If you guessed correctly, 208 means that the AD102 core has a 2.08 times performance improvement compared to the GA102 core, at least the FP32 floating point performance. A suspected NVIDIA official icon leaked before shows that the performance improvement is 1.8-2.2 times.
629 means that the core area of AD102 is 629 square millimeters, which was previously rumored to be about 600 square millimeters.
7538 represents the AD102 core integrating 75.38 billion transistors, which was previously rumored to be 75 billion.