The GeForce RTX® 40 Series of graphics processing units (GPUs) from NVIDIA are designed to give gamers and creators a new level of performance. The RTX 4090 GPU is the new flagship of the series.
The RTX 40 Series is the first family of graphics processing units (GPUs) to be built on the new NVIDIA Ada Lovelace architecture. It ushers in a new era of real-time ray
tracing and neural rendering, which use AI to generate pixels with enormous generational leaps in performance and efficiency. "The age of RTX ray tracing and neural rendering is in full steam,
and our new Ada Lovelace architecture takes it to the next level," said Jensen Huang, NVIDIA's founder and CEO, during the GeForce® Beyond: Special Broadcast at GTC.
Ada makes a huge leap forward for gamers and opens the door for developers of immersive virtual environments. The performance of Ada is up to four times that of its predecessor,
so it is redefining the state of the art in this field. Improved Performance Thanks to DLSS 3's Generated Full Frames
Additionally, Huang declared NVIDIA DLSS 3, the third generation of the firm's Deep Learning Super Sampling neural-graphics technology, for use in video games and artistic applications.
Using artificial intelligence, the system can create whole game frames, drastically enhancing the speed of the gameplay. By offloading frame creation to the GPU, it helps games get around
CPU performance restrictions. More than 35 games and apps are in development with the technology, and it will soon be available on the most prominent gaming engines in the world,
like Unity and Unreal Engine. The RTX 40 Series Graphics Processing Units (GPUs) also have a wide variety of cutting-edge improvements.