NVIDIA RTX 4090 Ti Pictured, Features A Triple Fan Design With A Dull Black Finish

Jump Abroad the Lovelace Hype Train

The Lovelace hype train is real! A picture showing an early engineering design for what seems to be an RTX 4090 Ti FE has just surfaced.

RTX 4090 Ti

Greymon on Twitter shared a picture which was termed as ‘Full Fat AD102’. NVIDIA’s beast aka the RTX 4090 Ti is set to make use of this chip (AD102). The GPU in its current state is hardly even a reference model due to the bland and simplistic design. Although, if this is the FE (Founders Edition), then we know for sure that the 4090 Ti ships with a tiple fan design.

Of course, when the TDP surpasses the 500W+ territory, you would expect these GPUs to feature some exotic cooling solutions. 

The Design

The GPU has a rectangular design with sharp edges coated by a matte black finish. The 3 fans are aligned at equivalent distances from one another having an identical size. The bracket is quite small as compared to the GPU itself. Ampere’s 3090 shipped with just 2 fans (1 on the front, 1 on the back). The 4090 Ti has 3 fans due to the excess heat dissipation requirements.

Specifications

While this picture merely showcases what to expect from the 4090 Ti physically, we still have some ‘leaked’ configurations. NVIDIA’s Lovelace lineup is built on TSMC’s 4nm process node. Do note that there is a small discrepancy in the configurations for NVIDIA’s AD102 lineup. 

SKUChipFP32/CUDAMax ClockCacheMemory BusVRAMMemory SpecSpeed (Gbps)TDP
RTX 4000 Titan?AD102-450181763.0GHz+?96MB?384/382-bit48GBGDDR6X24~800W
RTX 4090 TiAD102-350184323.0 GHz?96MB382-bit24GBGDDR6X24600W?

 

The RTX Titan

Harukaze mentioned that this ‘leaked GPU’ is the ‘Full-Fat AD102‘, however, that turns out to be the RTX 4000 Titan (Possibly) as the 4090 Ti is a cut down variant of the same chip (AD102). Back in 2018, when the Titan RTX was launched, it had a design similar to the RTX 2080 Ti. Therefore, it is hard to tell whether this GPU is the 4090 Ti or the RTX 4000 Titan.

All in all, there may quite possibly be a mix up in the configurations for these GPU. It is still possible that NVIDIA never even planned to produce the ‘RTX 4000 Titan’. Maybe, it was all just a speculation. Our questions will be answered on the 20th of September where Jensen Huang will conduct a GTC Keynote showcasing Lovelace.

SKUChip FP32/CUDA  Max ClockCacheMemory BusVRAMMemory SpecSpeed (Gbps)TDP
RTX 4000 Titan?AD102-450181763.0GHz+?96MB?384/382-bit48GBGDDR6X24~800W
RTX 4090 TiAD102-350184323.0 GHz?96MB382-bit24GBGDDR6X24600W?
RTX 4090AD102-300163842.8 GHz96MB382-bit24GBGDDR6X23450W
RTX 4080 TiAD10214848?2.7 GHz?80MB?320-bit20GBGDDR6X23420W
RTX 4080AD103-300102403.2 GHz?64MB256-bit16GBGDDR6X23320W
RTX 4080 (New)AD103-30097283.1GHz?48MB?    256-bit/192-bit12GBGDDR6X23
RTX 4070 TiAD104-400?76803.0GHz??192-bit12GBGDDR6X21300W?
RTX 4070 (Speculated)AD104-275?76802.3GHz/2.6GHz/2.8GHz?192-bit12GBGDDR6X21285W
RTX 4060 TiAD10466563.2 GHz?40MB?160-bit10GBGDDR6X 18275W
RTX 4060AD10643523.0 GHz?32MB128-bit8GBGDDR6X 18240W
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