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US Adds Even More NVIDIA GPUs To China Ban List: RTX 6000 Ada, RTX A6000 & L4

The US Government continues to widen the ban list for GPU exports to China and has now added more NVIDIA chips to the list.
NVIDIA RTX 6000 Ada, RTX A6000 & L4 Are The Latest GPUs In The US Government Ban List For China
NVIDIA recently imposed export restrictions on various AI companies including NVIDIA from selling AI chips including GPUs to China. This list included a wide range of HPC and Professional GPUs such as the H100, A100, L40, L40S & even the more consumer-oriented GeForce RTX 4090. Even AI chips that were designed to comply with the previous US restrictions such as the Hopper H800 & Ampere A100 were banned. But it looks like The US Government isn’t stopping there and is reportedly going to include more GPUs to the export ban list.
According to Benchlife, the latest regulations and import rules have now included the A30, A40, L4, L40, RTX 6000 Ada, and RTX A6000 GPUs which further limits China’s access to these GPUs. The first phase of these bans was already implemented and effective as of 23rd October 2023 while the bans on the more prosumer-oriented cards such as the GeForce RTX 4090 and RTX A6000 are expected to take effect tomorrow the 17th of November. There are also reports that the restriction will also be imposed on the GeForce RTX 3090 and RTX 3090 Ti GPUs.
A100, A800, H100, H800, L40S, A800 Active, and RTX 6000 Ada: effective October 23, 2023 A30, A40, L4, L40, RTX A6000 (Ampere), and GeForce RTX 4090: effective November 17, 2023. (Some of these products are eligible for the new Notified Advanced Computing (“NAC”) License Exception.) US Goverment Notification
So far, the list of GPUs included in the export ban to China include:
NVIDIA H800
NVIDIA H100
NVIDIA A800
NVIDIA A100
NVIDIA L40S
NVIDIA L40
NVIDIA L30
NVIDIA L4
RTX 6000 Ada
RTX A6000
RTX 4090
The difference however is that the 2nd phase products such as the GeForce RTX 4090 and the RTX prosumer cards will fall under the

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