News of NVIDIA’s new RTX 40 series are still continuing to trickle in with more news suggesting launch models as well as potential release time tables. Latest leaks suggest that the potential launch flagship, the RTX 4090, will be built with the AD102-300 silicon featuring the new Ada Lovelace GPU architecture. The new GPU will see a total of 16128 CUDA cores which is a significant jump from the RTX 3090 which had 10496 CUDA cores and the RTX 3090 Ti which had 10752. Still, the full die has a total of 144 SMs which may suggest a potential RTX 4090 Ti or an Ada Lovelace Titan RTX somewhere down the line although.
NVIDIA’s new GPU will be built on TSMC’s N4 4nm node. Complimenting the large CUDA count is a 24GB array of 21Gbps GDDR6X memory. Finally, the card is expected to draw up to 450W of power which is where the new Intel ATX 3.0 power supply standard will come in. Performance is expected to reach up to twice that of the RTX 3090.
As we near NVIDIA’s potential target launch date, more news should surface on their launch slate with NVIDIA’s launch currently expected to be around July.
OK, let's do a new summary.
RTX 4090, AD102-300, 16128FP32, 21Gbps 24G GDDR6X, 450W, ~2×3090.
I am disappointed with RDNA3.
— kopite7kimi (@kopite7kimi) May 16, 2022
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