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· Vandelay Industries
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NVIDIA has reportedly prepared a test board for a flagship RTX 40 “Ada” graphics card, powered by not one but two 16-pin power connectors. This model is reportedly designed for 900W TDP, which is even more than previously mentioned 850W.It should be noted that multiple sources now claim that the top GeForce RTX 40 SKU that is supposed to launch later this year will be designed for 600W TDP, which could be the next-gen GeForce RTX 4090 SKU. Therefore, the rumored 900W variant is either an RTX 4090 Ti that is supposed to launch later or a side-project that might at some point end up as a real product. One also cannot rule out that NVIDIA will be bringing back its TITAN series, because the leaker also claims that it will feature 48 GB of 24Gbps memory.
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 gaming series codenamed “Ada Lovelace” should be announced in September or October, if the rumors are to be believed. NVIDIA is expected to launch multiple cards, including the high-end RTX 4090, 4080 and 4070 SKUs, with more cards to follow later.
VideoCardz.comRTX 4090 Ti/TITANRTX 4090RTX 4080RTX 4070
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 Series (Rumors)
BoardTBCPG137/139 SKU330TBCPG141-310
Streaming Multiprocessors144> 144> 84> 60
CUDA Cores18432> 18432> 10752> 7680
Memory Speed24 Gbps21 Gbps21 Gbps21 Gbps
Power Connectors2x 16-pin1x 16-pin1x 16-pin1x 16-pin
Source: @Kopite7Kimi
by WhyCry
Source: NVIDIA reportedly testing 900W graphics card with full next-gen Ada AD102 GPU - VideoCardz.com

Anyone know how to fix the table so it's readable?

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The suspense is driving me mad

And PSU needed. How many ordinary people would actually run out for a new PSU for low FPS gaming ?

Maybe AMD/NV are figuring lot's of people won't, and retailers will keep selling last gen cards, while keeping the new cards price way up again.

I'm working on a AX1200W PSU, got it years ago as "not working", and without cables. I think I've had it running before, but never hooked to a load.

So 1st thing I'm doing is mapping out the circuit as much as I can without de-soldering the control boards.

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