NVIDIA Ada AD102-107, Hopper GH100/202, Blackwell GB100/102 GPU confirmed?

Published: 28th Feb 2022, 21:48 GMT   Comments

Please note that this post is tagged as a rumor.

NVIDIA Ada, Hopper, and Blackwell GPUs

Following the rumor that NVIDIA future data-center GPU architecture name is Blackwell, we received more pictures supposedly mentioning those and other unreleased NVIDIA GPUs.

The pictures that we received mention Ada, Hopper, and Blackwell GPU architecture. The purpose of each architecture is not directly explained, but GPU names appear to confirm that Ada is a gaming architecture, whereas Hopper and Blackwell are for accelerated computing.

NVIDIA Architectures, Image Credit: Cassini

GeForce RTX 40: “Ada” (Lovelace)

According to this picture, NVIDIA will be rolling out a successor to each of the Ampere GPU, including AD102, AD103, AD104, AD106, AD107 and AD10B (not 108). The configurations of those GPUs is not known at this moment.

NVIDIA Ada Architecture, Image Credit: Cassini

Data Center 2022+: Hopper and Blackwell

NVIDIA Hopper architecture should indeed feature two GPUs: GH100 and GH202. The latter SKU actually appeared in the rumors around May 2021. Leaker “Kopite7kimi” suggested it might actually be a gaming GPU, but nothing in the pictures that we have appears to confirm this fact. Furthermore, two Blackwell GPUs are listed: GB100 and GB102.

NVIDIA Hopper & Blackwell, Image Credit: Cassini

Please note, we have not independently confirmed the source of those pictures as we have not downloaded any files. This story is fully based on the materials provided by our reader.

Many thanks to Cassini for the pictures!




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