A number of images have been spotted on Baidu indicating that the GeForce RTX 4090 graphics card has been in production since August 16. The full document has not been posted and therefore we do not know the clock speeds for the RTX 4090 model. It has faded for obvious reasons, otherwise it would become clear which factory was responsible for the leak.
According to the documents, there are four slots planned for the RTX 4090 production and two different models. Each row represents a specific production line further divided by hours and then the number of GPUs processed.
If we are to believe this leak, the RTX 4090 is next to the AD102 GPU with a VRAM of 24 GB. There would be four display connectors, including 1 HDMI and 3 Display Ports. A similar model was scheduled for production on August 16. The part of the document that could have shown when these cards would be ready has been censored. While we can’t tell the exact date, we can still tell it’s August.
NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 40 series is expected to launch in October this year. The first to be launched in this series is the RTX 4090 SKU and we know it is now in production. Once the SKUs leave the factory production lines, it will take a few weeks to reach the stores unless there are problems.