The upcoming RTX workstation graphics processors, also known as the “Ada Generation,” have been found in the drivers, and they are now identified by the Device ID of “26B2.”
So far, NVIDIA has introduced two RTX ADA GPUs: the 6000 ADA and the 4000 ADA SFF. The 4000 ADA SFF is a mid-range GPU that’s designed for small form factor PCs. It comes with 20 GB of GDDR6 EEC memory and is paired with an AD104 GPU that has 6144 CUDA cores. On the other hand, the RTX 6000 ADA is a much more powerful GPU, with an AD102 GPU and a whopping 18176 cores. The memory subsystem on this GPU includes 48GB of GDDR6 EEC memory.
Regarding the rumors surrounding the RTX 5000 Ada, it’s been suggested that it will come equipped with an AD102 GPU containing 15320 CUDA cores. It’s also rumored to have 32GB GDDR6 memory, which is a moderate amount that falls somewhere in between what’s offered in the 4000 and 6000 series.
Although NVIDIA hasn’t officially announced the release of the RTX 5000 GPU, its appearance in the driver suggests that it could be launched soon. This leak comes just 10 days after AMD unveiled its Navi 31-based Radeon Pro W7900 and W7800 GPUs, which already come with 32GB of VRAM. This means there’s certainly an opportunity for NVIDIA to release a competing product.
I forgot to tell you about RTX 4000 SFF. 😁Maybe RTX 5000 Ada Generation has 15360FP32 and 32GB GDDR6.
— kopite7kimi (@kopite7kimi) March 22, 2023