According to the latest reports, it seems that NVIDIA’s 800W graphics card is actually in the pipeline and could have an AD102 GPU with 18176 active CUDA cores along with 48GB of 24Gbps GDDR6X VRAM memory. Will it become an RTX 4090 Ti or will be called Titan, is only a matter of time for the reveal. Check out the complete details of this NVIDIA video card below.
NVIDIA Flagship Ada Lovelace AD102 GPU Could Feature 18176 cores, 48GB memory, and 800W TBP
In the last couple of weeks, there have been some rumors that NVIDIA is working on a new generation of the graphics card with a TBP up to 800 watts, an unconstrained solution that could become the future GeForce RTX 4090 Ti or bring back the Titan brand, set aside by the team green company with the Ampere series.
Now, as per a leak by the prominent leaker kopite7kimi, the NVIDIA graphics card in question would be based on an AD102 GPU with 142 SMs (Streaming Multiprocessors) for a total of 18176 CUDA cores, 11% more than the 16384 rumored for the RTX 4090.
Not only that, the same GPU would also have 48GB of GDDR6X VRAM memory, double the 24GB that the RTX 4090 should have, set at an even higher speed of 24 Gbps compared to 21 Gbps. Along with a 384-bit bus, the video card would be able to hit a bandwidth of 1.1 TB/s.
48G 24Gbps GDDR6X
total board power ~800W
— kopite7kimi (@kopite7kimi) July 25, 2022
It was also noted that the card will have a much higher TDP than the 450W assigned to the RTX 4090, and it will also be equipped with a completely new heatsink: rumors say that NVIDIA is experimenting with a solution with three fans. In terms of power, it was reported that the next generation will introduce a 16-pin PCIe connector capable of carrying 600W, so the proposal in the pipeline should have two.
Assuming that the rumors should always be taken with a grain of salt and may not find real confirmation, the leaker is quite reliable and talks about the time of this project: it, therefore, seems that NVIDIA is really working on it, but from here to see it on the market there is some time.
In any case, the rumors that talks about the arrival of the GeForce RTX 4090 in October are more concrete, followed by the 4080 and the 4070, with the 4060 arriving at the beginning of next year: according to kopite7kimi, the top of the range will be revealed “soon”.
Will NVIDIA reveal the RTX 4090 at Gamescom in late August or will we have to wait until September? All that now remains is to wait for further developments.