Nvidia's RTX 4090 specifications leak ahead of rumoured July launch?

Is Nvidia's RTX 40 series launching this summer?

Nvidia's RTX 4090 specifications leak ahead of rumoured July launch?

Rumour has it that Nvidia's planning to launch its Ada/RTX 40 Series flagship in mid-July

New specifications for Nvidia's RTX 4090 graphics card have leaked via @kopite7kimi on Twitter, who has stated that they expect Nvidia's RTX 4090 graphics card to launch in mid-July, pre-empting AMD's Radeon RX 7000 series (RDNA 3) release.

Nvidia's RTX 4090 reportedly features 16,128 FP32 cores, a 1.5x increase in FP32 core count over Nvidia's RTX 3090 Ti, and 24GB of GDDR6X memory, which reportedly runs at 2.1 Gbps. The graphics card reportedly delivers a 2x performance boost over Nvidia's RTX 3090 graphics card with a TDP of 450 watts, representing significant performance gains and performance-per-watt gains over today's RTX 30 series products. 

This graphics card appears to not utilise Nvidia's full AD102 GPU core design, which reportedly features an additional 2304 FP32 cores. This leaves Nvidia space to launch an RTX 4090 Ti graphics card at a later date. 

With an alleged TD of 450 watts, it looks like Nvidia are no longer planning to release a 600W RTX 4090 graphics card. Previous rumours had alleged that Nvidia were testing 600W Ada/RTX 40 series GPU products, and it is possible that cooling concerns and PSU concerns have prevented Nvidia from pushing for higher TDPs, at least for their reference/Founders Edition models.

Nvidia's RTX 4090 specifications leak ahead of rumoured July launch?

 (Will the RTX 4090 destroy the RTX 3090 Ti, or will it be a smaller upgrade?)

With 21 Gbps memory over an alleged 384-bit memory bus, Nvidia's RTX 4090 appears to feature the same memory bandwidth levels as an RTX 3090 Ti. That said, changes to Nvidia's RTX 40 series core design could reduce the GPU's bandwidth requirements. AMD has its Infinity Cache technology, and Nvidia could have an equally innovative solution to boost their gaming performance without needing a larger memory bus, or faster memory.

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16-05-2022, 20:03:01

AlienALX
Hey man someone farted on that 3090ti.Quote

16-05-2022, 20:13:23

Dicehunter
Talk about spitting in the face of 3090 Ti buyers - "Hey here's our fastest card to date with a fairly massive price tag... oh and now you've bought it, It's going to be superseded in 3 months".Quote

16-05-2022, 20:22:50

KingNosser
Maybe they are sealing in a fresh one in that anti static bag, at them prices it's not a surprise LUL suddenly that new smell of fresh electronics isn't so fresh and over paid :PQuote

16-05-2022, 20:31:36

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by KingNosser View Post
Maybe they are sealing in a fresh one in that anti static bag, at them prices it's not a surprise LUL suddenly that new smell of fresh electronics isn't so fresh and over paid :P
Hahaha reminded me of something.

Years ago I was listening to a radio station and someone phoned in and said "big shout out to the guy who farts in the peanut bag before they seal it"

Jen farts. Yours for only 199.99.99.9999999Quote

17-05-2022, 19:15:03

AngryGoldfish
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
Talk about spitting in the face of 3090 Ti buyers - "Hey here's our fastest card to date with a fairly massive price tag... oh and now you've bought it, It's going to be superseded in 3 months".
I dunno, I could be wrong, but if you're willing to shell out £2k on a 3090Ti over two years into the lifecycle of an architecture, either you don't care one bit about what comes next and you want something now, anything, or you don't care if you've just wasted £2k and will have to spend the same amount again three months later.Quote
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