Prototype NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 Series Graphics Card Shown

NVIDIA’s AD102 prototype graphics card has apparently surfaced on the internet in a leaked post. The photo was posted by @greymon55 who says it’s NVIDIA’s graphics card based on the AD102. The design pictured appears to be a prototype of NVIDIA’s next-generation GPU. However, this is not the final design.

We’re not exactly sure which model this could be as no brand is mentioned and it doesn’t appear to be a distinctive design per se. We can only guess that this could be the GALAX Deluxe, but the fan design seems to be different. The shape of the prototype also matches Gigabyte’s Gaming series, but in that case the fan should have been pointed in the opposite direction.

There’s also a possibility that this is MSI’s SUPRIM series as that will also have a rectangular design similar to this one, but the fan on that should have fewer blades. We also bet on ASUS TUF, but all in all, it most resembles the MSI card.

The NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 GPU will feature a total of 16384 CUDA cores and will come with 24GB of GDDR6X memory. The board design is very similar to the RTX 3090 Ti series. Therefore, some board partners will make a few cosmetic changes to the current design. The cooler design with more power seems to be the only major change on the RTX 4090 series GPU, which will go up to 450W.

Via VideoCardz

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