Pictured is NVIDIA’s quad-socket RTX 40 800W GPU
hardware leaker MEGAsizeGPU has revealed the design of the upcoming NVIDIA RTX 40 GPU.
The rumored RTX 4090Ti/TITAN will have a quad-socket design, and the I/O bracket will have stacked display connectors. This unusual design confirms that NVIDIA plans or plans to place the PCB vertically.
The leaker claims that the card is RTX 4090 Ti/TITAN, so the final name of this graphics card is not confirmed. However, we can see that the PCB board number is PG137. This was previously listed as a board number called a ‘Beast’ GPU with a maximum TDP of 800W.
48G 24Gbps GDDR6X
total board power ~ 800W
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In addition, the new photo clearly shows the gold cooler design that is usually used by the NVIDIA TITAN series. The card will use an extraordinary design with stacked display connectors (one HDMI and three DisplayPort), which is in line with previous rumors and leaked photography. NVIDIA’s flagship RTX 40 “Island” GPU has a vertical PCB design as shown below:
According to the latest rumors, the TITAN ADA graphics card could have 18176 CUDA cores and even 48 GB of memory. In fact, this could be NVIDIA’s first card to launch with 24 Gbps GDDR6X modules.
The mentioned 800W TDP is the maximum board power, which is not comparable to the RTX 4090’s 450W TDP, which instead has a maximum power limit of 600W.
So far, there is no indication that this GPU will be released anytime soon. However, with so many leaked photos now, there’s little doubt that the quad-slot RTX 40 design has been planned for a long time.
|Rumored NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 Series Specs|
|VideoCardz.com||RTX 4090 Ti/TITAN Ada||RTX 4090||RTX 4080|
|Architecture||Island (TSMC N4)||Island (TSMC N4)||Island (TSMC N4)|
|Memory||48 GB G6X||24GB G6X||16 GB G6X|
|memory speed||24 Gbit/s||21 Gbit/s||22.4 Gbps|
|power||~800W (max)||450W (standard) / 600W (maximum)||320W (standard) / 355W (maximum)|
|launch date||TB||October 2022||November 2022|
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