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NVIDIA GeForce RTX 5000 Blackwell – upcoming graphics cards with similar memory buses to GeForce RTX 4000


NVIDIA GeForce RTX 5000 Blackwell - upcoming graphics cards with similar memory buses to GeForce RTX 4000Before the end of the year, NVIDIA should reveal the next generation of GeForce graphics cards. We are talking about GeForce RTX 5000 models, based on the Blackwell architecture. We expect that the next series of NVIDIA systems will be produced in TSMC factories, but this time using the TSMC N3 technological process. However, there is still much information we do not know, including the expected performance in rasterization and Ray Tracing. Meanwhile, unofficial news about possible memory buses of Blackwell systems has appeared on the Internet.

According to unofficial information, the upcoming generation of NVIDIA GeForce RTX 5000 graphics cards from the Blackwell family will feature a similar memory bus configuration to the current Ada Lovelace models.

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 5000 Blackwell – upcoming graphics cards with similar memory buses to GeForce RTX 4000

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According to @Kopite7kimi, we should not expect models with a 512-bit memory bus in the upcoming generation of NVIDIA cards. Instead, the highest bus used will still be 384-bit. The remaining Blackwell GB20X cores are also expected to maintain a similar or even the same bus configuration as current graphics cards based on the Ada Lovelace architecture and AD10X cores. However, we would like to remind you that the upcoming GeForce RTX 5000 series will use the latest VRAM standard – GDDR7 instead of GDDR6(X).

Graphics core / GeForce RTX 5000 Blackwell Bus and VRAM bandwidth (GDDR7 / 32 Gbps) – unofficial configuration
GB102 384-bit / 1536 GB/s
GB103 256-bit / 1024 GB/s
GB104 / GB105 (?) 192-bit / 768 GB/s
GB106 128-bit / 512 GB/s
GB107 128-bit / 512 GB/s

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It is also worth emphasizing that the first version of GDDR7, which will be used in the upcoming generation of NVIDIA cards, will maintain the same density as the current GDDR6(X) standards. We are talking about 16 Gb, which allows the installation of VRAM cubes with a capacity of 2 GB. However, the presented JEDEC standard confirms that in the future it will be possible to increase the density to 24 Gb (3 GB cubes), 32 Gb (4 GB), 48 Gb (6 GB) and 64 Gb (8 GB). In this respect, the GDDR7 standard is much more extensive than GDDR6, which will translate into new GDDR7 memory configurations for graphics cards in the future. Maintaining the same density for the first generation of GDDR7 means that NVIDIA may decide to keep the same amount of memory as in current models or double it in the upcoming generation of GeForce RTX 5000 cards. It remains to be seen what the manufacturer will ultimately decide on.

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 5000 Blackwell - upcoming graphics cards with similar memory buses to GeForce RTX 4000 [2]

Source: X @Kopite7kimi, WCCFTech



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