RTX 4000 Ada Titan Pictured Once Again

MLID has shared a few renders of NVIDIA’s RTX 4000 Titan and this is possibly the largest GPU we have ever seen. It is important to mention that a few leakers claim that this GPU has been canceled. However, seeing RDNA3‘s potential, at least for the upcoming refresh, NVIDIA is planning on unleashing this monstrosity.

RTX 4000 Titan

The RTX 4000 Titan may leverage the full-fat AD102 GPU with all 144 SMs enabled. The CUDA core count comes out to be an insane 18432 cores. This along with a frequency of 2.8GHz breaks the 100TFLOPs barrier. Now let us move on to today’s leaks.

MLID or Moore’s Law Is Dead provided a few renders of the RTX 4000 Ada Titan. Similarly, HXL also leaked the RTX Ada Titan a while back, more on that here. After comparing both images, it is clear that the RTX Ada Titan does exist and features a really beefy design. 

A side view shows that the Ada Titan will feature not one, but two PCIe Gen 5 12VHPWR power connectors. The RTX 4090 HOF is the only GPU in the world that currently has such a power delivery system. 

RTX Ada Titan Side View | MLID

We are more than sure that you will need a new case if you plan on buying this GPU. It easily outmatches every other GPU in its league, at least in terms of size. Of course, when you have power consumption over 500W, you are going to need a proper cooling solution. The AIB variants, if any are produced, will surely be worth looking out for.

RTX Ada Titan Size Comparison | MLID

The image you see below is a photograph of the RTX Titan in real life. The above models are just references based on this image. The RTX Ada Titan will adopt a similar design as all reference Ada Lovelace GPUs with a special ‘TITAN‘ logo to distinguish it from the other models. 

RTX Ada Titan Actual Picture | MLID


While not confirming that the Ada Titan is releasing anytime soon, NVIDIA is thinking about a launch. MLID claims that NVIDIA has finished prototypes for this GPU in the lab. In any case, this GPU will absolutely demolish everything put in its way as it is simply too fast. It is slightly weird because AMD’s RX 7950 XT (Speculated) should be dealt with by the RTX 4090 Ti, but that has seen little to no mention thus far. Is the Titan Ada the new RTX 4090 Ti? Only time will tell. Stay tuned at Appuals for more information.

SKUChipFP32/CUDASMsMax ClockCacheMemory BusVRAMMemory SpecSpeed (Gbps)TDP
RTX 4000 TitanAD102-450184321443.0GHz+?96MB?384/382-bit48GBGDDR6X24~800W
RTX 4090 TiAD102-350181761423.0 GHz?96MB382-bit24GBGDDR6X24600W?
RTX 4090AD102-300-A1163841282.52GHz96MB384-bit24GBGDDR6X21
450W+ (TGP) / 660W (Max TGP)
RTX 4080 TiAD102148481162.7 GHz?80MB?320-bit20GBGDDR6X23420W
RTX 4080 (Variant 1)AD103-300-A19728762.505GHz64MB256-bit16GBGDDR6X22.5
320W(TGP)/ 516W (Max TGP)
RTX 4070 Ti (4080 12GB Revamped)AD104-400-A17680602.61GHz48MB192-bit12GBGDDR6X21
285W (TGP) /366W (Max TGP)?
RTX 4070AD104-300?7168562.61GHz?48MB?192-bit/160-bit12GB?GDDR6X21?250W
RTX 4070 (New)AD104-250-A15888462.7GHz?36MB192-bit12GBGDDR6X21250W

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