New Titan RTX Ada real-world images show up online alongside revised GeForce RTX 4090 Ti specs ↺
Even though the Nvidia GeForce RTX 4090 can chew through any game launched in the next few years, it isn't enough for Nvidia. An even more powerful Titan RTX Ada graphics card using the same AD102 silicon was in the works but eventually shelved due to its insane power draw. We might, however, still get a GeForce RTX 4090 Ti. Prolific leaker Kopite7kimi has now revised some of its specs.
The graphics card, codenamed PG136/139-SKU310, will pack 18,176 CUDA cores, 96 Mb of L2 cache, 24 GB of 24 Gbps GDDR6X VRAM (the first graphics card to do so,) and a TBP of 600 Watts. These specs should ideally offer a 15-20% performance uplift over the RTX 4090. Previous rumours stated it would use an AD102-450-A1 GPU, a cut-down version of the GPU found on the workstation-grade RTX 6000. However, Kopite7kimi clarifies the RTX 4090 Ti could instead use an AD102-400-A1.
While the GeForce Titan RTX Ada may not see the light of day anytime soon, some new renders of the graphics card have been leaked by Twitter leaker MEGAsizeGPU. They showcase a monstrous four-slot card with three DisplayPorts and one HDMI port stacked vertically (instead of horizontally), suggesting it is an early engineering sample. It also fits the aesthetic of the alleged Titan RTX Ada cooler that showed up on Chiphell not too long ago.
That said, it looks remarkably different from the alleged Titan RTX Ada renders shared by YouTuber Moore's Law is Dead. Kopite insists Tom's renders are fake, while Steve from Hardware Unboxed says otherwise. It is hard to determine who's correct, given the hardware here never left the prototype stage. Tom's renders showed two 12WHPWR connectors on the side, which seem to make sense, given the graphics card's massive power draw.