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Nvidia confirms that their next-gen GPUs will be manufactured by Samsung

Next-Gen RTX will be 7nm with EUV

Nvidia confirmed that their next-generation GPUs will be manufactured by Samsung

Nvidia confirms that their next-gen GPUs will be manufactured by Samsung

During a recent press conference, Nvidia's Korean Chief Yoo Eung-Joon confirmed that the green team would be utilising Samsung's 7nm EUV manufacturing process to create the company's next-generation products. 

This information was confirmed by the Korea Herald, who claim that Samsung's technology will be used to create Nvidia's 2020 graphics card lineup. This means that Nvidia's next-generation graphics cards will not be using the same 7nm process as AMD's upcoming Navi offerings, which comes via TSMC, though it does mean that Nvidia will be jumping onto 7nm with Extreme Ultraviolet technology from the getgo. 

Nvidia's latest RTX and RTX Super series graphics cards utilise TSMC's 12nm manufacturing capabilities, which are a step behind the 7nm technology which will power AMD's upcoming Navi graphics cards. Nvidia's efficient Turing architecture works to mitigate the company's lack of node parity with AMD, showcasing how design can trump node size. 
   

Nvidia confirms that their next-gen GPUs will be manufactured by Samsung

(Nvidia Korea chief Yoo Eung-joon)

 
With Nvidia's 12nm RTX Super series of graphics cards launching today, it seems clear that Nvidia has no plans to release a consumer-grade 7nm graphics card before 2020, as otherwise, their RTX Super lineup would have a shelf life of less than six months. 

You can join the discussion on Nvidia's plan to utilise Samsung's 7nm EUV node for their next-generation graphics tech on the OC3D Forums

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02-07-2019, 12:54:41

Avet
This is nice. Exciting stuff continues. Quote

02-07-2019, 13:45:14

g0ggles1994
Expect another 10% - 20% price hike from this genQuote

03-07-2019, 07:45:48

demonking
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With Nvidia's 12nm RTX Super series of graphics cards launching today, it seems clear that Nvidia has no plans to release a consumer-grade 7nm graphics card before 2020, as otherwise, their RTX Super lineup would have a shelf life of less than six months.
So slightly less than the original 20 series.

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Originally Posted by g0ggles1994 View Post
Expect another 10% - 20% price hike from this gen
at least, and then some sort of re-release with better performance with a price slash to counter 7nm+ and whatever intel has out/dueQuote

03-07-2019, 08:07:24

tgrech
Nah come on guys, the last die shrink brought us the 1000 series cards which were good value, there wasn't any competition from AMD in the high-end then either lets not forget, you could say AMD were in a worse position then at the high end than now. The 2000 series cards were not just no-die shrink, but a massive die-size increase too, they were intrinsically not good value technologically but we couldn't have had anything new better at the time, it would just have been nothing at all if AMD were in competition for Turing's consumer launch.

Although here in the UK we've got all the early signs of a recession about to start so maybe not for us but oh well.Quote

03-07-2019, 10:14:08

Dicehunter
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Originally Posted by g0ggles1994 View Post
Expect another 10% - 20% price hike from this gen

On the next "xx80Ti" it'll likely be the same £1200 price tag even if yields are better, Nvidia have now set the xx80 Ti price tag 60% higher than last gen and I highly doubt they'll lower it.Quote
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