Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang has been holding geeks spellbound with the mysterious matter of his speech for May 14, when he’ll ship the GTC event keynote address. Now we all know from this sneak peek video that it’s the “world’s largest graphics card.”

Huang initially deliberate to make the speech on March 23 on the GTC occasion in San Jose, California. But the coronavirus pandemic put that speech on maintain, and Nvidia moved the convention on-line as GTC Digital. And now Huang will catch up and provides the keynote.

In this preview video, Huang says he’s been cooking one thing for some time in his kitchen. Then he pulls out a large board with a number of graphics processing items (GPUs) on it.

Nvidia CEO cooks up ‘world’s largest graphics card’ for GTC 2020

Above: Jensen Huang of Nvidia holds the world’s largest graphics card.

Image Credit: Nvidia

Nvidia isn’t commenting on the announcement that goes with this video. But as you’ll be able to inform from the grunt that Huang makes as he pulls it out of his oven, it’s a reasonably hefty factor.

VB Transform 2020 Online – July 15-17: Join main AI executives on the AI occasion of the 12 months. Register today and save 30% off digital entry passes.

Enthusiast websites have speculated that the brand new graphics playing cards will function a brand new GPU structure, dubbed Ampere. These GPUs are anticipated to be a part of the GeForce RTX 3080 and GeForce RTX 3070 playing cards coming later within the 12 months, they usually’re anticipated to be 75% quicker than current-generation GPUs primarily based on the Turing structure. One of the benefits is that they are going to be constructed on a 7-nanometer manufacturing course of at Nvidia’s manufacturing unit accomplice TSMC. These Ampere-based GPUs can have hundreds of cores devoted to non-graphics duties (CUDA cores), AI work (Tensor Cores), and real-time ray tracing (RT cores).

The speech will air on YouTube on May 14 at 6 a.m. Pacific time. Nvidia has stated that Huang will spotlight the corporate’s newest improvements in AI, high-performance computing, knowledge science, autonomous machines, healthcare, and graphics through the recorded keynote.