Will the Titan model return with NVIDIA's RTX 40 series?

Will the Titan model return with NVIDIA's RTX 40 series?

A few days ago, we reported that the well-known leaker @ kopite7kimi, through a message posted on Twitter, had released some technical data relating to the upcoming GeForce RTX 4080 graphics card of the "Ada Lovelace" line which highlighted a slight downgrade compared to the specifications leaked in the past.

In fact, the number of CUDA cores has gone from the range 10,240-10,752 to 9,728, a decrease of 10%, although the performance has practically remained the same, with a final result of approximately 15,000 points in the 3DMark Time Spy Extreme test. As for the rest of the specs, the board, which will use the PG136 / 139-SKU360 PCB, will also be equipped with 16GB of GDDR6X at a speed of 21Gb / s on a 256-bit bus, for a maximum total bandwidth of 672GB / s.

1. The TITAN have a chance to use a full-fat chip. I will update that when I confirm it.

2. A full-fat AD103 will have 64M L2, and AD104 will have 48M. Only RTX 4090 should have a L2 cut. (99%)

- kopite7kimi (@ kopite7kimi) August 5, 2022 | “, Which could use the“ full ”(or nearly so) AD102 CPU. With the arrival, in the last generation, of cards such as the RTX 3090 and RTX 3090 Ti, the boundary between the models dedicated to the gaming and professional fields has faded a bit, even if the marketing of a variant cannot be ruled out. with double the VRAM (presumably 48GB) for more "workstation" tasks. @ kopite7kimi finally provided a cache update, which on the full AD103 chip should be 64MB L2, while on the AD104 it will reach 48MB.| ); }
Recently, Intel showed its Arc desktop card in action A750, calling it superior to the GeForce RTX 3060 and testing it with various modern video games. In case you are interesting, find all the details about it in our previous dedicated article.