The GeForce RTX 4090 Ti graphics card from NVIDIA is expected to be a monster, according to online specs leaks. The 4090 Ti and also the Titan ‘Ada’ GPU have been the subject of various contradicting reports over the past few weeks.
More recent leaks showed that perhaps the card might still be in development, contradicting earlier reports that claimed the 4090 Ti had been discontinued. They have also provided some technical details regarding the future card, but the most recent leak provides a lot more information.
Rather than the PG137 as previously anticipated, the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 Ti graphics card would reportedly be built on the PG136/139-SKU310.
If this information proves to be true, it would mean that now the card would be designed with gamers in mind and will belong to the GeForce RTX line. If NVIDIA is still developing a Titan Ada, it’s not immediately evident, but the chance of such a beast card built on the PG137 SKU is undoubtedly raised by this information.
Specs for the alleged NVIDIA RTX 4090 Ti
According to rumours, the RTX 4090 Ti will include a scaled-down AD102 GPU using 18,176 cores rather than the full-fat AD102 having 18,432 cores. Even so, it is still substantially more powerful than the RTX 4090, which has a GPU with 16,384 CUDA cores called the AD102-300.
The RTX 4090 Ti is indeed anticipated to come having 96MB of L2 cache, a significant upgrade from the RTX 4090’s 72MB.
The RTX 4090 and 4090 Ti are also claimed to have 24 GB of GDDR6X RAM. The bandwidth of the future card, however, may be substantially higher, according to earlier rumours. In place of the RTX 4090’s 21Gbps dies, it could fit 24Gbps dies, resulting in a higher bandwidth of up by 1.15TB/s just like opposed to the 4090’s 1Gbps. The TBP, which will also be around 600W, is the last bit of information. This is significantly less than the 800W that has been rumoured for said Titan Ada.
The RTX 4090 Ti will, if the rumours are true, be far quicker than the regular 4090 in every way. Although there is no definite information regarding its potential cost, online rumour claims that it would cost somewhere around $2,000, making it out of the budget range of certain mainstream gamers. When the GeForce RTX 4090 Ti might be released is likewise unknown, although there’s a possibility to learn more during the March Game Developers Conference (GDC) and NVIDIA’s GPU Technology Conference (GTC).
The leaker claims that the updated flagship GPU’s current design calls for 18,176 CUDA Cores, 24GB or GDDR6X VRAM (operating as 24Gbps), and just a board power consumption of roughly 600W. It should come as no surprise that the 4090 Ti will also use the same motherboard as the RTX 4090.
Analysis: A powerful improvement first from RTX 4090, but at what price?
The 800W mentioned for the alleged RTX Titan seems to be the maximum board power, not really the rated TGP, so take note of that. It’s important to keep in mind that the RTX 4090 has a TGP of 450W but can be overclocked to 600W, at least only with Founders Edition from Nvidia.
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