NVIDIA Announces Arrival of Next-Generation Gaming GPUs: Ada Lovelace-Next Set for 2025 Release

Ada Lovelace-Next

A recently unveiled roadmap showcased during the ML Commons Training result announcement and published by HardwareLuxx has shed light on the highly anticipated launch timeline for NVIDIA’s upcoming GPU and CPU lineup. The tech giant has already confirmed that its Hopper-Next GPUs, also known as Blackwell, are slated to hit the market in 2024.

However, it appears that Blackwell will largely serve the high-performance computing (HPC) and artificial intelligence (AI) markets, leaving gamers anxious for information about their next gaming GPU. Fortunately, Ada Lovelace-Next, the successor to NVIDIA’s gaming GPUs, is expected to arrive one year after Hopper-Next, indicating a release in 2025.


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NVIDIA has traditionally followed a consistent two-year cycle for releasing consumer graphics cards. Pascal debuted in 2016, followed by Turing in 2018 and Ampere in 2020. More recently, Ada Lovelace hit the market in 2022. However, if NVIDIA introduces Ada Lovelace’s successor in 2025, it would deviate from its usual rhythm, extending the cycle to nearly three years or approximately 30 months, especially if the company aims for an early 2025 launch.

The potential deviation in NVIDIA’s release schedule could be attributed to the flourishing growth of their AI business. The current surge in AI applications has led to a substantial demand for NVIDIA’s GPUs, including the latest H100 and the previous-generation A100. Notably, ByteDance alone has reportedly placed a remarkable order of $1 billion worth of NVIDIA GPUs this year. Despite export restrictions, NVIDIA has successfully expanded its AI business in China, a prominent global market. To comply with export requirements, NVIDIA has made necessary adjustments to some of its premier AI products and introduced specific SKUs like the H800 or A800.

In addition to the highly anticipated GPU lineup, NVIDIA is also working on its Grace Next CPU architecture, utilizing Arm cores. This groundbreaking technology is expected to be announced in 2025, further solidifying NVIDIA’s position in the market. The announcement also hints at NVIDIA’s strategy to position its current and refreshed Ada Lovelace GPUs as strong competitors against AMD’s RDNA 4 graphics cards under the Radeon RX 8000 series, scheduled for launch next year. Excitement is building as Intel’s Battlemage GPUs are also slated to make their debut in the coming year, promising an intense battle for dominance among these industry giants.

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