Rumors have started about the full AD102 GPU, which should not be confused with the RTX 4090 non-Ti. We are now aware that the full GPU is equipped with a total of 18432 CUDA cores, making the number 12% higher than the RTX 4090 specifications. We think this could be the flagship RTX 4090 Ti model we saw a few months ago during one of the very early leaks of the cooler design. Since we know that NVIDIA also has plans to release a new TITAN this time around, it remains unclear exactly which model this could be.
@XpeaGPU, which is known as “a hunter of nostalgia”, has said that the full AD102 GPU has more than 160 frames in Game Control. This may be achievable with the 4K resolution after enabling ray tracing and DLSS. There is one thing that perfectly synchronizes with what we have come to know during the previous rumours: the monster comes with a high power, showing that the entire GPU consumes up to 800 W.
Many parts are still missing. We have no idea of the exact game settings and it remains unclear whether the Ada uses a new generation of Tensor cores, giving the DLSS a boost. The TDP and clocks of the graphics cards are also a mystery until now. Anyway, we know the performance of the flagship RTX 30 series and we have to say that the results were quite impressive. Depending on which DLSS profile is chosen, the results show at least 2 times better performance.