NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 Series GPUs and SM Counts Allegedly Leaked, Up to 18,432 CUDA Cores

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The cyber attack on NVIDIA continues to be the gift that keeps on giving, as the initial lineup and select specifications of green team’s next-generation desktop GPUs for the GeForce RTX 40 Series have now seemingly leaked. As indicated in a table shared by @davideneco25320 (and corroborated by VideoCardz), there are at least five GPUs in the works, with the most powerful, the AD102, carrying 144 Streaming Multiprocessors (SM). Assuming that NVIDIA keeps the same CUDA count per SM, that figure would equate to 18,432 CUDA Cores, a significant increase over the GeForce RTX 3090, which features 10,496 CUDA cores.

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NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 “Ada” GPU architecture specs allegedly leaked, up to 144 Streaming Multiprocessors (VideoCardz)

  • According to @davideneco25320 who apparently has seen the full specs of the NVIDIA next-gen GPUs from said files, the company is set to launch as many as 5 desktop processors: AD102, AD103, AD104, AD10 and AD107.
  • We have in fact received a similar list which supposedly originated at the same source, which is why we do not have a reason to believe it is fake.
  • The company is also planning AD103 GPU with 84 SMs (10752 CUDA cores) and AD104 with 60 SMs (7680 cores). The mid and low-end AD106 and AD107 GPUs should offer 36 SMs (4608 cores) and 24 SMs (3072 cores) respectively.
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