Another leak that concerns graphics cards Nvidia with Ada Lovelace architecture (GeForce RTX 4000), published by the well-known leaker Greymon55. It should be a graphics card GeForce RTX 4090 Ti, i.e. the flagship of the entire series. It should have an AD102 chip with a full number of 144 SM and 18432 CUDA cores. It counts with 96 MB of L2 cache and a total of 384 ROP units. Production is to be handled by TSMC using the 4N process. Nevertheless, enormous consumption of the card is expected, which according to some could attack the 600 W limit.
The illustrated cooler thus has 3 fans and occupies 3 positions, however, the question remains whether it can reasonably cool such consumption. It is estimated that 600W should be able to power a single 16-pin Gen5 connector, but overclocked editions of some manufacturers’ cards will probably reach for two to be safe. In addition, the fact that this will not be the final appearance of the coolers of the production cards spoils our joy. The cooler looks very ordinary for that, and it can be assumed that Nvidia pays a lot of attention to their appearance, so that the new GeForce impresses not only with their performance, but also with how they look. Let us recall that 24 GB of GDDR6X 24Gbps memory on a 384-bit bus is expected, which should ensure a total throughput of 1.152 TB/s.
Source: Svět hardware by www.svethardware.cz.
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