As promised, the US gov has whacked another GPU mole headed for China with new limits cooked up to kill the RTX 4090D

The US government has revised its sanctions (via Videocardz) on the level of GPU power it will allow to be exported to China. And it seems aimed specifically at stopping Nvidia selling its China-exclusive version of the RTX 4090 graphics card. With its “weighted TFLOPS” limit now being dropped down to 70 TFLOPS, that means both Nvidia’s RTX 4090D and its H20 data centre GPUs will be unable to be exported to China without a specific license.

Which I expect is probably pretty hard to come by.

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