Last Updated: 2023-03-24

3 players: Nvidia Geforce, AMD Radeon, Intel ARC Alchemist.




  • GEFORCE RTX 40 SERIES (2022H2?): Lovelace architecture.
  • GEFORCE RTX 30 SERIES (2020): Ampere architecture.
  • GEFORCE RTX 20 SERIES (2018): Turing architecture.
  • GEFORCE GTX 16 SERIES (2019):
    • 16 series is based on the same Turing architecture used in thes 20 series, but omitting the Tensor (AI) and RT (ray tracing).
    • SUPER version: with GDDR6.

(R for Ray tracing)


  • (no suffix): standard version.
  • SUPER: super version.
  • Ti: Titanium version.

Data Center

NVIDIA A100 TENSOR CORE GPU: Powered by the NVIDIA Ampere Architecture, A100 is the engine of the NVIDIA data center platform. Used in data centers for AI, data analytics, and HPC.

This GPU has no display drivers.


Name Since Process
Ampere 2020 TSMC 7 nm N7
Turing 2018 TSMC 12 nm FinFET
Volta TSMC 12 nm FFN
Pascal TSMC 16 nm FinFET+


AMD - Radeon

  • Radeon RX 6000 series, RDNA 2 architecture, since 2020
  • Radeon RX 5000 series, RDNA architecturep, since 2019

RDNA = Radeon DNA, the microarchitecture.


  • XT: the most powerful

Intel ARC

Graphic solutions: hardware + software + services. (Similar to Geforce Now?)


  • Alchemist (2022)
  • Battlemage
  • Celestial
  • Druid

Based on the Xe-HPG (high-performance graphics) microarchitecture. Built with Xe-cores featuring 16 vector engines, and 16 matrix engines, with 256 and 1024 bits respectively per engine.

Features: Xe Super Sampling, Deep Link, and Ray Tracing.