Nvidia’s impending Ada Lovelace GPU has sparked a lot of conjecture. According to fresh claims, the entire new graphics card is already being tested. According to a tweet from kopite7kimi, the nomenclature of this graphic card is based on the AD102 GPU, however, we can anticipate seeing it with the RTX 40 series graphic card.
Nvidia’s next generation of graphics cards is expected to be released later this year. The AD102 GPU is now being tested, according to Kopite7kimi, a well-known leaker. He claims that AD102 is the code name for Nvidia’s upcoming flagship graphics card, implying that the “Ada” line would be released soon. It’s a better and more powerful version of the top-end RTX 3090 and RTX 3080.
Nvidia has not confirmed any facts about this GPU series. If the business has already begun testing GPUs, we should expect to see some benchmark specs shortly.
Kopite7kimi further mentioned that the AD102 GPU has a memory bandwidth of 24 Gbps. The RTX 4090 will place a greater emphasis on memory rates exceeding 1TB/s. When compared to existing technology, it will increase bandwidth by 15%, according to Wccftech. All of these speculations suggest that the RTX 4090 will be a powerful GPU with power requirements to match. If the user must meet these requirements, the graphic card must have PCIe Gen 5 connections and a 4 x 8-pin to 1 x 16-pin adaptor will be included.
With all of these parameters, there will be a lot of power, which is where thermals become complicated. According to reports, Nvidia is working with board partners on quad-slot cooling, AIO, and a hybrid cooling system.