According to the latest report, information about the RTX 40 GPU specifications appeared in Nvidia’s internal documents exposed by hackers.
Nvidia’s next-generation graphics cards will reportedly include five GPUs: AD102, AD103, AD104, AD106, and AD107. The highest-spec AD102 will have 18,432 CUDA cores, the AD103 will have 10,752, the AD104 will have 7,680, the AD106 will have 4,608, and the AD107 will have 3,072.
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The NVIDIA RTX 40 series graphics cards based on the Ada Lovelace graphics architecture are expected to be launched at the end of the third quarter, which is September, in line with NVIDIA’s normal 2-year release cycle.
It is reported that the RTX 40 graphics card will use the new PCIe Gen5 power connector, and the power consumption of flagship models such as the RTX 4080/4080Ti/4090 GPU may be between 450W and 850W.
The flagship model of the RTX 40 graphics card will be equipped with an AD102 GPU, which is expected to use the TSMC N5 process, with a chip size of 600 square millimeters.