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NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090-Class GPU with 600W TGP Has Reportedly Been Confirmed

GeForce RTX 40 Series: Great performance comes with a great power bill

There is yet another report that the next-gen NVIDIA series will require lots of power.



Granted, we are only talking about the flagship models for now, but 600W graphics cards are still something that many of us simply cannot comprehend. The latest tweet from a reliable NVIDIA leaker kopite7kimi appears to confirm that the next-gen XX90 class GPU is to feature a TGP (total graphics power) of 600W.

One should note that cooling solutions for next-gen GPUs are designed months in advance, possibly even before the graphics chips are ready for mass production. Physical characteristics, such as the GPU size and its position on the board, can be planned in advance.

Furthermore, just because the cooler is capable of dissipating 600W of power, it does not mean that such a configuration will be used by the GPU by default. The cooling capacity is often described as the maximum heat that can be generated by the graphics cards, for instance when power limits are modified by the user during overclocking.

A 600W power limit will surely be a challenge for board partners, however, it won’t be as complicated as some users might think. There are many air-cooled models with max TGP already reaching as high as 480W, such as ROG STRIX 3090 from ASUS. The graphics card is still 3-slot think and requires three fans, but this is not really that extraordinary these days.

AMD-based cards such as RX 6900XT TOXIC Liquid from Sapphire have a maximum TGP of 400W and already ship with external water cooling. So maybe this is the path NVIDIA might take with their next-gen GPU, by introducing liquid-cooling for its flagship models. AMD has been doing this for many years now.

Previous reports indicated that NVIDIA “Ada” GA102 GPU is targeting a TGP of 450W, 650W, and even 850W. The last number specifically might be overestimated or simply refers to some type of special edition graphics card that we know nothing about yet.

The RTX 40 series should all use PCIe Gen5 power connector, so with a TGP of 600W, these cards should still be within the specs of a singular cable. The 16-pin power cable along with the PCIe slot can deliver up to 675W of power.


Source: @kopite7kimi & Videocardz  wccftech

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 'Ada Lovelace' GPUs Rocks Up To 600W TGP, Ti Variant Over 800W, Rumor Alleges
The most recent NVIDIA Ada Lovelace fueled GeForce RTX 40 series GPU subtleties have come straight out of the talking plant from respectable leakers, Kopite7kimi and Greymon55. The new subtleties give us an understanding of what the TGPs could be for the devotee setup and it appears as though we are taking a gander at very hot chips.

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 'Ada Lovelace' GPU Up To 600W TGP, Ti Over 800W, Could Feature 4-Slot Coolers, Rumor Alleges
We have effectively seen the principal details of the NVIDIA Ada Lovelace GPU arrangement that will drive the GeForce RTX 40 series design cards to spill out prior. Presently the most recent gossip for the chips expresses that the AD102 and AD103 GPUs will be eager for power beasts and not at all like anything, we have seen previously. This isn't whenever we first have discussed Ada Lovelace being unbelievably power-parched yet Kopite7kimi, who has been really exact with his holes previously, has an affirmation that the RTX 4090 class GPU will wind up with a TGP of 600W.

In light of the news reports, the NVIDIA Ada Lovelace AD102 GPU will have something like three design cards, the GeForce RTX 4090 Ti, RTX 4090, and the RTX 4080. This matches the SKU data detailed by Moore's Law is Dead a couple of days prior. The RTX 4080 as would be considered normal to be the most chopped down card including the AD102 GPU will highlight a TGP of 450W, the RTX 4090 is going with a 600W TGP and the RTX 4090 Ti will highlight a TGP past 800W.

A few PSU creators have effectively begun delivering their shiny new Gen 5 power supplies which would incorporate the important connectors to help the cutting edge GPUs yet they just component one essential Gen 5 connector which actually intends that if NVIDIA somehow managed to utilize a subsequent 16-pin port, clients should utilize a 2x 8-pin to 1x 16-pin connector which will transport with the vast majority of these PSUs.

Also, therefore NVIDIA is so vigorously putting resources into the new PCIe Gen 5 16-pin connector arrangement. A solitary 16-pin connector will drive up to 600 Watts into the design's card (and an extra 75W from the PCIe connector) and that implies that anything up to an RTX 4090 would effectively be fueled by a solitary connector. However, the RTX 4090 Ti is only something else altogether and would wind up with double 16-pin connectors assuming that this talk is valid. An Ada Lovelace AD102 GPU is likewise going to be a gigantic assignment, for NVIDIA's as well as their AIBs engineers, to cool.

As of now, there are a couple of cooling arrangements that can propose north of 400 Watts of cooling execution. All AIB accomplices delivered triple-space illustration cards this age and with the RTX 3090 Ti before long emerging with its 450W TGP, this would give designs a pleasant expectation to learn and adapt preceding the send-off of Ada Lovelace GeForce RTX 40 series illustrations cards. There are reports that while GA102 made triple-opening cooling arrangements the standard, AD102 would make 4-space cooling arrangements the following typical thing on top the line designs cards. One thing is without a doubt that we will get a few truly outlandish cooling arrangements and all things considered, most AIBs will simply go the AIO half and half/fluid cooled course on the top variations.

As of now, AORUS is the main product that is delivering a quad-space cooling arrangement on their GeForce RTX 3090/3080 Xtreme variation.


Source: @kopite7kimi & Videocardz  wccftech


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