Nvidia graphics cards with multi-chip GPUs will be out in a year. Generation Hopper won’t get gamers
Next-gen Nvidia graphics cards with multi-GPU GPUs may come out sooner than one might think. Fresh rumors speak of the appearance of the Hopper cards as early as mid-2022.
No other recent data is available. Previously, solutions of the Hopper generation were credited with a 5 nm process technology, and the flagship GPU GH100 (the name is presumptive) will allegedly be able to provide almost three times more performance than the already incredibly powerful GA100.
True, it is now believed that Hopper will be an architecture for specialized accelerators, and not for gaming video cards. Gamers should get Lovelace adapters instead of Hopper cards, and so far no one has attributed multi-chip GPUs to them.
As for the reliability of the source, according to the well-known resource Videocardz, an insider previously shared many leaks regarding AMD products.