The RTX 4090 whizzes by at 3 GHz in the leaked benchmark and is 2x faster than the RTX 3090

According to the leaks and pieces of information so far, we will probably see a rather brutal performance jump. And this leak confirms it again.

Yesterday we had the i9-13900K at 8 GHz and today for a change the RTX 4090 at 3 GHz. It’s as if the green, blue and red teams finally want to really step into it. The official launch of the RTX 4000 cards will be in 11 days, and until then we will still be sucking from spy feeds. A screenshot of an unknown card has appeared on the Chinese forum Chiphell, which scored 20,192 points in 3DMark Time Spy Extreme. It looks like it’s the RTX 4090, as kopite7kimi mentioned that this card should score around 19,000 points in Time Spy Extreme. And as expected, the RTX 4090 is supposed to be almost twice as powerful as the RTX 3090. We’ll add that the RTX 3090 is in second place with 14,702 points and is overclocked to 2850 MHz.

According to the picture, the RTX 4090 whizzes by at 3015 MHz and the basic TDP is supposed to be 450 W. But the resulting score will probably be greatly distorted by the processor, since the GPU was fed by a weak i5-12400F. The scout who reported the leak further opined that the card was air-cooled and is too giant to fit in mid-range cabinets. Due to the performance and power consumption, an increase in size can also be expected. Either way, we’ll take this gossip with a grain of salt again.


Source: Pctuning – Všechen obsah by pctuning.cz.

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