Next-generation graphics cards will eventually no longer use PCI Express 5.0. The logical choice given the limited support for this technology.
Months go by, the next generation Graphics cards Nvidia is approaching. Finished ampere, GeForce RTX 4000 will use the new Ada Loveless framework Dedicated to the general public and especially to video games. This new generation promises to break new energy records and quickly forget the GeForce RTX 3000s that were hard to find for months.
Optimal time for rumors and leaks. The latest in a series of transmission and power protocols used by Nvidia.
PCI Express 4.0 is very important
According to the Kopite7kimi account, the GeForce RTX 4000 PCI Express 4.0 will continue to be very popular when it comes to the next Nvidia products. Since the introduction of the Alter Lake processors (12th generation Intel Core), Intel has been managing the brand new PCI Express 5.0 on its platform. This new interface offers 128 GB / s bandwidth for PCI Express 4.0 as opposed to 64 GB / s. That’s it Preceded by the release of Nvidia HopperIts first PCI Express 5.0 compatible GPU for professionals.
Unfortunately, PCI Express 5.0 is not yet supported by AMD’s operating system. It should be by the end of this year with the arrival of the Ryzen 7000 and AM5 operating system, but we can assume that the adoption level will be much lower.
We can more reasonably imagine that the next GeForce RTX 4000 will support the ATX 3.0 / PCI Express 5.0 Power interface. It is a new 16-pin connector that allows the graphics card to receive up to 600 W from the PC power supply. If we believe there are leaks in the RTX 4090, it will be needed.
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