Jon Peddie Research (JPR) has released the latest GPU market share report for Q2 2021. There is overall good news for the market with the exception of AMD which has struggled against rival Nvidia.
According to a new report, Nvidia might be working on a new flagship graphics card dubbed the RTX 3090 SUPER. The 3090 SUPER is rumored to feature the full GA102 GPU with 10,752 CUDA cores.
Nvidia's SUPER lineup which was previously reported to be only arriving in laptops, will also be heading to desktops early next year, offering increased performance and more CUDA cores.
Nvidia is reportedly developing a couple of new GPUs called "GA103S" and "GA107S", where the 'S' presumably stands for SUPER. These are said to feature more cores than their non-SUPER counterparts.
Acer has announced that it will be increasing the Total Graphics Power (TGP) of RTX 3000 Ampere GPUs inside several of its gaming laptop models. Consequently, performance should improve.
AMD's colloquially called FineWine technology could already be in action in its Big Navi GPUs. According to an analysis, the RX 6000 GPUs have really gained ground on the Nvidia RTX 3000 Ampere cards.
The new P4d instances will house eight Nvidia A100 GPUs and 96 Cascade Lake Xeon vCPUs and offer 2.5x times the deep learning performance compared to the last generation, lowering costs up to 60%.