Nvidia Secretly Working on its Next-Gen RTX 4090 Graphics Card
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Recent leaks suggest Nvidia is working on its Next-Gen RTX 4090 graphics card. The company is testing its upcoming next-gen AD102 GPU which will eventually pave way for the GeForce RTX 4090 Graphic Card.

The company has not officially mentioned much about the AD102 GPU being named the RTX 4090 or into the RTX 40-series. Though speculations are running high with rumors suggesting the company may skip the RTX 40-series and rebrand it as the 50-series.

Earlier Nvidia had launched its fastest ever GeForce RTX 3090 Ti graphic card only at $1,999, it features 24GB of GDDR6X with a speed of 21GB/s. Don’t be surprised to hear an announcement soon from Nvidia for its New Strongest Graphic Cards.

The speculation going around suggests Nvidia’s latest GPU will launch in the second half of 2022, while some other suggestions will possibly be in September. 

Kopite7kimi, a reliable leaker on the GPU scene claimed, that AD102 GPU’s testing phase has started. Rumor does not always come true, though if the code-named  AD102 GPU sees the daylight it wouldn’t be long, we can expect to hear an official announcement from Nvidia that might be officially in August.

According to the leaks, the latest Next-Gen RTX 4090 Graphics Card (AD102 GPU) will have  24 Gbps of GDDR6X memory and will drive memory speeds over 1TB/s.

The latest GPU will also add up to at least a 15% boost in bandwidth compared to the current tech, which makes it twice as powerful as the RTX 3090. With the AD102 GPU having TDP up to 600 watts, that makes it a heavy GPU with high power requirements. This means you will have to upgrade the PC power supply to a massive 1,200W or more.

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