GPU: Here is a list of Upcoming GPUs in 2024

Upcoming GPUs in 2024: GPUs increase the speed and processing capabilities of any system and perform technical and data-related computing applications when integrated with the CPU, increasing the efficiency of the computer as well. However, as they are improving year after year, it is likely that we will see many more models by the end of this year. Which is like this?

List of Upcoming GPUs in 2024

1. Nvidia’s RTX 40

There has been a lot of news about Nvidia’s RTX 40 series, and now it was officially unveiled during CES 2024 earlier this month, one of which is the RTX 4070 SUPER.

The RTX 4070 Super is available for $600 and will be released into production with two graphics cards. This unlocks access to 1440p to 4K gaming at a reasonable price compared to other GPU models. It has hit the market with a lot of improvements compared to the base model, and from this, we can expect to get more performance at a lower price.

However, after the RTX 4070 Super, Nvidia will also launch the RTX 4070 Ti Super in a few days on January 24, and after that, it can also launch the RTX 4080 Super on January 31. There is still limited information available about its features. It includes significant upgrades compared to other GPUs. It will be available with a significant increase in memory size and CUDA core count. The new model will replace the phased out RTX 4070 Ti.

Finally, there is another rumor that it may be readying its next-generation GPUs for release in late 2024.

2. Nvidia’s RTX 4060 Ti

AMD’s CES 2024 presentation may have been a bit weak when it comes to graphics cards,but the company has tried to make a lot of progress on its processors and AI. This is a budget GPU at $330 that will rival the RTX 4060 and is expected to outperform the RX 7600. Its performance compared to other GPUs is yet to be determined.

In this, we are getting the same number of stream processors, the same bandwidth, and a 128-bit bus. On the other hand, the RX 7600 XT offers slightly higher clock speeds and a higher TBP with 16 GB of memory instead of 8 GB.

The RX 7600 XT will be launching on January 24, and we will get more information about its performance only after the launch.

3. AMD RDNA 4:

It is believed that AMD’s RDNA 4 lineup is going to launch this year, but we don’t know much about the RDNA 4 lineup, and according to rumors, it could eliminate the AMD Navi 41 and Navi 42 GPUs. It is similar to RDNA 1, where AMD hasn’t made any high-end GPUs. Plus,this puts AMD’s future flagship at the same performance level as the RTX 4070 Ti Super.

If we look at it, then it can surpass many GPUs, its features will be superior to others, and in performance, it can almost defeat AMD and RTX’s last model.

4. Nvidia RTX 50 Series:

Nvidia’s next-generation RTX 50 series is currently in the same line as the RX 8000 series. It is believed that Nvidia is building the RTX 50 series based on the TSMC 3nm process, which is expected to come with chips GB202, GB203, GB205, GB206, and GB207, but there is no mention of GB204. This is likely to be an inheritance to the card and may feature support for DisplayPort 2.1.

Upon closer inspection, we understand that the top chip in the lineup could come with GDDR7 memory and a 384-bit bus, as well as a 192- to 204-stream multiprocessor, or hopefully something better.

5. Intel Arc Battlemage

Apart from Nvidia and AMD, Intel makes more impact with its processors, it gives gamers the option of 1080p, and its graphics cards are much cheaper than those of other companies. Intel will have to close its Arc in the market before its competitors can offer similarly priced but better entry-level GPUs. This is why 2024 is an important year for Intel, and it is also far behind other companies.

Intel Arc Battlemage cards are a work in progress. However, rumors state that Intel may also stick to the entry-level and midrange segments and not try to release high-end BattleMage cards. Specifications may include 56 cores,clock speeds up to 3GHz, a 192-bit memory bus, and a 512 MB “adamantine” cache with an 8MB L2 cache. There is stiff competition in the market, and it is also rumored that Intel may use a GPU with 40 Xe cores, a 192-bit bus, and an 18 MB L2 cache.

It may enter the market in 2024 or 2025. Also, there is a possibility of the launch of some other GPUs about which no information has been given yet, which may include Nvidia’s AD102 GPU and the RTX 4090 Super, RTX 4050, or RTX 4060 Super. It will be interesting to see which GPU will dominate the market in 2024 by the end of the year.

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