NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 Series Flagship Rumored to Feature 18,176 Cores, 48 GB (24 Gbps) Memory, and 800-Watt TBP

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NVIDIA may be prepping an especially monstrous product for PC gamers.

Tweets shared by leaker kopite7kimi today have alluded to “the beast,” a flagship Ada Lovelace product that will not only feature a new board design in the form of the PG137, but a particularly extreme set of specifications.

These include 18,176 CUDA cores, 48 GB of GDDR6X memory running at 24 Gbps speeds, and an incredible TBP of 800 watts. This figure is nearly twice as high as the graphics card power that NVIDIA has listed for its current flagship, the GeForce RTX 3090 Ti, which sits at 450 watts.

The GeForce RTX 3090 Ti features 10,752 CUDA cores and 24 GB of GDDR6X memory in comparison.

Kopite7kimi didn’t have much more to share regarding NVIDIA’s “beast,” but the alleged power demands would suggest that the graphics card will require dual 16-pin power connectors. This product may also be one of the chief reasons as to why NVIDIA decided to develop a new triple-fan cooler design for its GeForce RTX 40 Series, which was teased by kopite7kimi back in June.

In a separate tweet, kopite7kimi has suggested that NVIDIA might be sharing official details relating to the GeForce RTX 4090 “soon.”

NVIDIA’s “beast” is speculated to be a Titan-class graphics card. The company’s most recent Titan product designed for gamers was the GeForce Titan RTX, which released in December 2018 for $2,500.

Source: kopite7kimi

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