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.
NVIDIA A100 TENSOR CORE GPU: Powered by the NVIDIA Ampere Architecture, A100 is the engine of the NVIDIA data center platform.
|Ampere||2020||TSMC 7 nm N7|
|Turing||2018||TSMC 12 nm FinFET|
|Volta||TSMC 12 nm FFN|
|Pascal||TSMC 16 nm FinFET+|
- 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
Graphic solutions: hardware + software + services. (Similar to Geforce Now?)
- Alchemist (2022)
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.