NVIDIA’s Next-Gen GPU Lineup: X04 Absent, X05 Emerges, and New Market Strategies Unveiled
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NVIDIA’s Next-Gen GPU Lineup:
According to the leaker, the X04 component of NVIDIA‘s next-generation GPU portfolio would simply be absent in favor of a new GPU with the model number X05. According to reports, this change is in line with NVIDIA’s new market positioning strategy for the GPU series’ upcoming generation. The leaker, however, is vague regarding any potential consumer consequences that this name change might have.
If such a rumor is accurate, we immediately got in touch with the most reputable NVIDIA hardware leaker out there, kopite7kimi. A list of upcoming NVIDIA GPUs was given to us, and it is unmistakably proof that the X04 component is not among them. Additionally, it hints that the upcoming GPU lineup ought to be a member of the Blackwell GPU family.
NVIDIA released the GA103 GPU model in the previous Ampere series as a compromise between enthusiast-level and upper mid-range options, which typically went by the codename X04. Notably, the initial X03 release happened after the introduction of the main Ampere series. But the RTX 40 series, code-named “Ada Lovelace,” has replaced the X04 GPU with the AD103 GPU, making it the second GPU to make its debut inside this generation.
Recently, NVIDIA revealed that the release date of their next-generation consumer architecture is 2025. However, planning the entire lineup is crucial before the GPUs start the tape-out phase. Recall that the Ampere GPU series was previously accurately revealed by leaker Kopite7kimi months before other sources. The information gains credibility as a result. The same leaker has also recently suggested that NVIDIA may bring back 512-bit GPUs for the future consumer GPU series. The precise GPU type that will feature such a large memory bus has not yet been determined.
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