Not even the RTX 4000 will have a TITAN card

Not even the RTX 4000 will have a TITAN card

Among the most anticipated models of the new generation of Nvidia's RTX 4000 video cards, now officially launched on the market with the first top-of-the-range model RTX 4090, there was also the TITAN variant. This was leaked in the pre-launch rumors through the AD102 GPU, which would include a total of 18176 CUDA cores, at least according to what emerged earlier on Videocardz. The hypothetical RTX 4000 TITAN would be equipped with well over 24GB of GDDR6X VRAM, thus representing the absolute top-of-the-range video card of the new series.

The insider kopite7kimi, usually reliable as far as information is concerned on future Nvidia products, however, he recently published a post stating that "we will not see any TITAN Ada Lovelace", thus extinguishing the hopes of those users who were waiting for an extremely powerful video card, such as this specific version. We can therefore expect the AD102 graphics processor equipped with these specifications to debut on the RTX 4090 Ti, expected over the next year.

We won't see Titan of Ada Lovelace.

- kopite7kimi (@ kopite7kimi) October 17, 2022

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Based on this indiscretion, one thinks that Nvidia has definitively abandoned the TITAN range: the company has not marketed a GPU in this segment for some years now, the he last model was in fact the TITAN RTX with Turing architecture. Staying on the subject of RTX 4000, CableMod has recently presented a practical 90 ° adapter designed to overcome the inconvenient power connector on the front of the RTX 4090, thus facilitating assembly in homes where space is limited. We told you about it in an article.