The launch of the Geforce RTX 4000 series is getting closer. The date that Nvidia has nailed on the calendar is September 20th at 17:00 Swedish time, when CEO Jensen Huang will climb on stage during GTC 2022 and talk about the news. To get rolling hype-train, the company has taken to Twitter, where a week ago they released a cryptic video on their Geforce account. Now find more posts from the companies’ accounts.
On Twitter, Nvidia’s Geforce account for Australia and New Zealand shared a video showing a paper document. The document in question is “Diagram for the computation by the Engine of the Numbers of Bernoulli”, which is considered to be the earliest complex computer program. It was written in 1843 by the British mathematician Ada Lovelace, whose name is used as the code name for Nvidia’s upcoming Geforce RTX 4000 series.
The day before, the company shared another video on Twitter. Here, the sharp-eyed can glimpse a slip of paper with the cryptic message “(208) 629 – 7538”. It is speculated to be a reference to the fact that the top model Geforce RTX 4090 with the graphics circuit AD102 gets a performance jump of 2.08 times compared to its predecessor, a graphics circuit of 629 mm² and a whopping 75.38 billion transistors.
The top model Geforce RTX 3090 Ti with the GA102 graphics chip is 628 mm² and houses 28.3 billion transistors. The graphics card has a theoretical computing power of 40 TFLOPS, and a performance jump of 2.08 times would in that case give the sequel a whopping 83.2 TFLOPS. This is consistent with previous information, which states that the graphics circuit in the RTX 4090 is equipped with 16,384 CUDA cores with a turbo frequency of 2,520 MHz, which gives 82.6 TFLOPS. Computational power is a blunt measuring instrument, but the data agree well in this case.
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