NVIDIA Plans Alternative GPU for RTX 4090D to Navigate New US Export Rules


The US government has implemented earlier-than-expected export restrictions on AI and HPC GPUs, impacting manufacturers like NVIDIA.

Faced with the challenge of complying with these regulations, NVIDIA is reportedly considering using an alternative graphics processor, specifically the AD102-250 GPU, for its RTX 4090D.

The stringent export controls aim to prevent the shipment of advanced AI components, especially GPUs, to countries like China, Russia, and Iran.

However, the specifics of how NVIDIA plans to maintain compliance while potentially reducing AI performance in the RTX 4090D remain unclear.

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