Rumor: Nvidia RTX 4090 Ti gets 600W-tbp and 11% more CUDA cores – PC – News

If the RTX 4090 Ti really does come out, it will be The total strength of the board 600 watts and has 11 percent more CUDA cores than the RTX 4090. At least that’s evident from information from leaker kopite7kimi, who often shares correct details about unannounced Nvidia GPUs.

Like the RTX 4090, the potential new flagship of the RTX 40 will have an AD102 as a GPU, but the Ti card will have 18,176 CUDA cores, kopite7kimi claims. On top of that, the video card will have 96MB of L2 cache, 24GB of GDDR6X memory, and a tbp of around 600W. It is still not known if this will be the case, when the new video card from Nvidia will be released and at what price.

Furthermore, the RTX 4090 Ti will have faster memory chips so that a maximum bandwidth of 1152GB/s is possible; That’s 144GB/s faster than the RTX 4090. The RTX 4090 should run with 16,384 cores, the same amount of memory and have a total board power of 450W.

in the summer of last year claimed kopite7kimi has already said that a new flagship RTX 40 is on the way, noting the following specs, among others: tbp 800W, 48GB of GDDR6X memory and 18176 CUDA. Perhaps this will be an upcoming Titan video card and the RTX 4090 Ti will be a separate model.

appeared a few days ago picture For what could be an RTX 4090 Ti or Titan, including a four-slot design. The picture showed the plate number PG137. This differs from the kopite7kimi model numbers mentioned for the RTX 4090 Ti, which indicates that this image may be an early version of the Titan graphics card.

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Possible specifications Nvidia GeForce RTX 4090 Ti
video card RTX 4090 Ti (?) RTX 4090 RTX 4080 RTX 4070
building Ada (TSMC N4) Ada (TSMC N4) Ada (TSMC N4) Ada (TSMC N4)
Plate Number PG136 / 139 SKU 310 PG139 SKU 330 PG139 SKU 360 PG141 SKU 341
GPU m 102 m 102 m 103 m 104
CUDA cores 18176 16384 10,240 7168
memory 24 GB GDDR6X (24 Gb/s) 24 GB GDDR6X (21 Gb/s) 16 GB GDDR6 (18 Gb/s) 10 GB GDDR6 (18 Gb/s)
memory bus 384 bits 384 bits 256 bits 160 bits
bandwidth 1152 GB / s 1008 GB / s 576 GB / s 360 GB / sec
tbb 600 watts 450 watts 420 watts 300 watts
release date Nnb October 2022 (?) November 2022 / early 2023 (?) December 2022 / early 2023 (?)

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