NVIDIA RTX 4090 Ti Specs: 18,176 Cores, 96MB Cache, and 24GB Memory with 600W Board Power [Report]

NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 4090 Ti is being prepped for a mid-to-late 2023 launch. Based on the (nearly) fully enabled AD102 core, the top-end Ada GPU will feature 18,176 shaders paired with 24GB of 24Gbps memory. The buffer will be backed by 96MB of L2 cache, up from 72MB of L2 cache. The graphics card will be powered by a TBP (total board power) of 600W, a massive increase over the 450W RTX 4090.

RTX 4090 Ti
96M L2
24Gbps 24G GDDR6X
total board power ~600W

Originally tweeted by kopite7kimi (@kopite7kimi) on January 30, 2023.

The GeForce RTX 4090 Ti will be based on a better-binned AD102 die with a 10-20% performance lead over the RTX 4090. The SKU will utilize 142 SMs across 12 GPCs. For reference, the AD102 core comes with 144 SMs or 18,432 shaders. These dies will be cherry-picked bins, boosting up to 3GHz, a 200-300MHz bump over the RTX 4090.

It’s unclear whether the RTX 4090 Ti will look similar to the RTX 4090 or the gold-schemed RTX Titan, but it’ll almost certainly be a quad-slot design given the higher 600W envelope. We’re probably looking at a price tag of $1,999 and a launch window of Q3 2023.

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