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NVIDIA GeForce RTX 50 'Blackwell' GPUs with DisplayPort 2.1 Expected to Launch Late 2024 or Early 2025

Latest reports indicate that NVIDIA is set to launch its new GeForce RTX 50 GPUs based on the 'Blackwell' architecture in late 2024 or early 2025. These upcoming GPUs will utilize TSMC's 3nm technology and for the first time in NVIDIA's lineup, support DisplayPort 2.1, positioning them to compete with AMD's Radeon RX 7000 series.


NVIDIA's 'Blackwell' GPUs, targeting high-performance computing and AI, will also use TSMC's 3nm process and the latest HBM3e memory solutions. Meanwhile, gaming-focused GPUs will be equipped with GDDR7 memory. This marks the first time in several years that both HPC and gaming architectures under NVIDIA will share the same naming convention.

Comparing the 3nm technology with the current 5nm process (N5, optimized for NVIDIA), the new technology is expected to provide a 25-30% reduction in power consumption, a 10-15% increase in performance per transistor, a 42% reduction in area, and a 1.7x increase in density. These improvements significantly surpass the current efficiency level of the GeForce RTX 40 "Ada Lovelace" series.