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The Ada generation of NVIDIA RTX mobile workstation processors has been spotted

Four new PCI device IDs were found, which do not belong to any of the currently known NVIDIA graphics cards. The designations are in no way official, but have been suggested by the operators of the PCI ID database, who often receive initial information earlier.

Allegedly, four new mobile GPUs will be launched soon, each with a different GPU model:

  • NVIDIA_DEV.2730 = “NVIDIA RTX 5000 Ada Generation Laptop GPU”
  • NVIDIA_DEV.27BB = “NVIDIA RTX 3500 Ada Generation Laptop GPU”
  • NVIDIA_DEV.2838 = “NVIDIA RTX 3000 Ada Generation Laptop GPU”
  • NVIDIA_DEV.28B8 = “NVIDIA RTX 2000 Ada Generation Laptop GPU”

The notebook RTX 5000 Ada GPU is most likely equipped with an AD103 GPU and should also use 16 GB of GDDR6 memory. In that sense, this would be an RTX 4090 laptop GPU equivalent for workstation systems.

Also, NVIDIA is planning an AD104-based RTX 3500 Ada model, but with RTX 4000-series models clearly missing, one might assume that this card won’t have the full GPU specs. However, it is likely that 192b memory bus and 12GB memory will be available with this upcoming SKU. In the mid-range, the RTX 3000 and RTX 2000 Ada models are reportedly equipped with AD106 and AD107 GPUs, respectively. This means that both have up to 128b bus and a memory capacity of 4 to 8GB. It definitely won’t be less, as that would be a downgrade from the Ampere series.NVIDIA has a GTC (Graphics Technology Conference) scheduled for March 20, it’s possible that RTX Ada laptop GPUs could be part of the show.

Source: LaptopVideo2Go