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Nvidia’s Shrinking Their GPUs



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Title: Nvidia's Shrinkage Strategy: Aiming for Smaller, More Efficient GPUs

In the rapidly evolving world of technology, Nvidia, a leading name in the graphics processing unit (GPU) market, is making significant strides by shrinking the size of its GPUs. This strategic move, announced recently, is aimed at enhancing the efficiency of its products while maintaining their high-performance standards.

The reduction in size is made possible through a process known as 'nanosheet technology'. This innovative approach allows Nvidia to pack more transistors into a smaller space, thereby reducing the overall size of the GPU. This shrinkage is expected to result in more energy-efficient GPUs, which could potentially lead to lower power consumption and heat dissipation, making them ideal for devices with limited space and power resources.

This development comes at a time when the demand for compact, high-performance GPUs is on the rise, particularly in the areas of artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, and data centers. As these sectors continue to grow, the need for efficient and powerful GPUs becomes increasingly important.

Nvidia's strategic shift towards smaller GPUs is not just a response to market demands but also a testament to its commitment to innovation. By focusing on miniaturization, Nvidia is positioning itself to stay ahead in the competitive GPU market, offering solutions that cater to the evolving needs of its customers.

In conclusion, Nvidia's decision to shrink its GPUs is a significant step towards creating more efficient, compact, and powerful solutions for the AI, machine learning, and data center sectors. This move not only reflects Nvidia's adaptability to market trends but also its dedication to pushing the boundaries of technological innovation.


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  • 5090=4090ti. Cut down version of the 512. the full 512 will be the big boy ie: 5090ti/super or whatever in 2025

  • Very interesting to see this many handhelds, but we have like 3 consoles for forever now…

  • They had better have made the AIO part of that video card replicable, because in five years after getting it you will need to replace it. Also removing the main point of having AIO…

  • Thank you for creating these and all the great information you give all of us . I really enjoy your show while actually having my coffee . Keep up the great work 🙂

  • I'm not sure the point of the Suprim Fusion. To me the whole idea of using the water cooled suprim which I have is that the AIO allows for the card in the slot to only be a 2 slot card saving precious Motherboard footprint, not covering other PCIe slots.

  • Now gigabyte should make their gpu's pcb out of something sturdier than cardboard

  • When will valve release their new headset 😔

  • Get ready for 5090's burning out and dying early because the cooling solution is bare minimum.

  • I just hope I can get a 5070 for at least a decent price.

  • The fact that board partners are still releasing new 4090 variants makes me think that the 5090 release is not as close as anticipated

  • imagine Nvedia pulling a small gpu size of the old 1080ti gpu…and the next day AMD puls a micro chip gpu size of a dslr sd card…what a nightmare year it would be for nvidia

  • Vr goggle is still a lost cause.

  • The only way I see the 5090 being 2 slot involves adding an AIO.

  • LOL. No PCB used on a graphics card can handle 58kg – 58kg isn't much for a shock loading, ie, a drop -.
    Go to northwestrepair and see how many cracked PCBs he has fixed.

  • The 5090 has to be smaller because there were a lot of returns when people bought 4080 and 4090's and it couldn't fit in their cases

  • Great, Sony releases another item for PC that they will put behind the PSN login wall and block it from over 200 countries. But like with everything else, they will only announce it won't work in other areas and block sales and use after a large group of people in those areas have purchased it. /s I haven't used the PS VR2 so I have no clue as to whether it is a decent headset or not. But we already have a Vive Cosmos and it's nice enough. And I don't particularly want to support Sony or Microsoft right now.

  • Finally a Vr head set with out a battery and stand alone tracking compatible for pc

  • The dedication you guys have is insane. Best wishes to you and your son.

  • That dual slot sized GPU might be a new Titan RTX? Just an immediate thought…

  • lol no psvr2 pc in state of play. Pony moment

  • In regards to the 5090 cooler potentially being smaller, could be in response to reports that AMD doesn’t plan to compete at the high end next gen

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