GeForce RTX 4000: Latest rumors of high-end specs

The new one is expected to be released in the latter part of the year, possibly starting in September/October GeForce RTX 4000 It is for the thousandth time a frivolous topic. nvidia Forms must be submitted in the current year GeForce RTX 4090, 4080 and 4070 While at CES 2023 in January, we should see the announcement of the RTX 4060, given its debut in the following weeks.

Numerous leaks in recent months, also thanks to a hacker attack by $ Lapsus, have revealed the technical specifications of the GPUs that will make up the NVIDIA display. However, as always, it is difficult to activate the GPU in all its parts, especially at the beginning of the generation, so leakers have always searched for the latest missing information inActual configuration of the panels.

According to the latest rumors from Kopite7kimi, GeForce RTX 4090 It should appear with your AD102 GPU equipped with 16384 Basic Codaaround her 24 GB of GDDR6X memory 21 Gbps on a 384-bit bus. There is talk of TDP from 450 wattssimilar to the current GeForce RTX 3090 Ti.

According to the leaker, the card should appear with Base frequency of 2235MHz and boost clock of 2520MHzthe values ​​you will switch to while playing – based on operational parameters – Effective clock greater than 2750MHz. A significant increase in frequencies (+50/60%) is therefore expected, considering that the RTX 3090 has base and boost frequencies well below 2GHz, a value that is only reached while gaming in some cases. The RTX 4090 may be able to offer an FP32 compute power of 90 TFLOPs, nearly twice as much as 3090.

there GeForce RTX 4080 It should instead adopt a different GPU, the AD103, with 10240 active CUDA cores and 16GB of 21Gbps GDDR6X memory on a 256-bit bus. For this video card, we are talking about a TDP of 420 WThat’s 100W more than the 10GB RTX 3080 but with much higher specs, albeit with a lower bus. The frequencies are unknown, but should be higher than those indicated by 4090. Finally, RTX 4070 It must adopt AD104 GPU with 7168 Basic Coda Active, accompanied 10 GB of GDDR6 memory at 18 Gbps on a 160-bit bus. There is also talk of TDP from 300 watts.

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