As we get closer to the launch of the Nvidia’s GeForce graphic cards, rumours continue to swirl and new information keeps surfacing. We are hoping to see Nvidia bring its Ampere architecture to these new cards which results in some serious performance improvements. While previous leaks have suggested that the RTX 30-series might cost around $2000 (It is going to be interesting to see how Nvidia convinces customers to pay these sky-high prices during these challenging times), we are still excited to see the next move by Team Green.
Nvidia launched its 20-series (otherwise known as Turing) graphics card family last year. While they did certainly bring a big boost in performance, their headlining features were real-time ray tracing and Deep Learning Super-Sampling (DLSS). The interesting thing about this launch is that Nvidia is going to bring the 90-series suffix back after a long time with the launch of GeForce RTX 3090, which is going to be the company’s flagship graphics processor.
And today we get to learn a little more about these graphics cards. Twitter user @kopite7kimi has mentioned the PG132(AIC) and PG133/136(FE) as the PCB for the upcoming GA102 graphics cards. The PG133 has also been mentioned in several rumours during the past few weeks. These single boards are used by Nvidia for multiple models of the same GPU, with a few specific changes.
The PG133A board had been previously spotted in the Korean National Radio Research Agency. This means that the device is really close to launch. If we look at past instances, we can say that the PG133 boards are not going to be used by the Quadro series. So, we can assume that the PG133 board will be exclusively used by the Founder’s Edition of the RTX-30 series.
You should read this article by videocardz.com if you want a more in-depth look.
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