#Nvidia #Allegedly #Shifts #RTX #Production #H100 #Hopper #GPUs

Nvidia has reportedly shifted some orders to Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. from GeForce RTX 4090 over to H100 compute processors based on the Hopper architecture. While the information comes from Mydrivers and we could not verify it at press time, there are factors that support the report. It could be a result of the U.S. sanctions of China’s supercomputer sector. 

Nvidia’s latest gaming and high performance computing (HPC) chips are made using TSMC’s customized process technology called 4N, as opposed to generally used N4 (a 4nm-class node that belongs to TSMC’s N5 family of fabrication processes). It should be noted that orders to TSMC will not bring an immediate effect on anything given how long it takes to make a modern processor and how ordered are placed. Meanwhile, the information has not been confirmed either directly or indirectly, so take it with a grain of salt. 

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