According to Kopite7kimi, the next generation titan will feature a cooling shroud with three fans.
Twitter user Kopite7kimi claims that Nvidia is preparing an Ada Lovelace-based GeForce RTX Titan graphics card. However, this normally dependable leaker had harsh words for the alleged product renders from earlier this week, calling them “completely fake.”
Moore’s Law is Dead (MLID) published on Wednesday what he claimed were “real pictures” of an alleged Nvidia RTX Titan GPU based on the Ada Lovelace architecture AD102. We wrote about the purported new product, highlighting the dual 16-pin power inputs and quad-slot design, but cautioned readers to take the information with a grain of salt. Now it appears that the already dubious graphics card renderings were a complete fabrication.
Something is terribly wrong with the absurdly large RTX 40 Titan renders that MLID has shared. However, Kopite7kimi is not simply dismissive; he also provides some information about the forthcoming Titan. According to the graphics card leaker on Twitter, Nvidia’s RTX 40 Titan will debut with a triple-fan design. In other words, it is not a simple extension of the reference design for the RTX 4090 or 4080.
Now that the battle of the leakers has concluded, we can continue to speculate about the specifications of the upcoming Ada Lovelace architecture Titan. With a fully enabled AD102 die, the new Titan would be equipped with 18,432 CUDA cores, 576 Tensor cores, and 144 RT cores. Other probable specifications include GPU clock speeds between 2.5 and 2.7 GHz. In addition, this powerful graphics card, which would sit between the existing RTX 4090 and RTX 6000 Ada, would feature 48GB of GDDR6X VRAM. When overclocked, the Halo RTX 40 product could easily consume 650 watts or more.
As we discussed earlier this week, the existence of an RTX 40 Titan does not preclude Nvidia from releasing a second card based on the AD102 GPU. It would still have space for an RTX 4090 Ti, which is rumored to have the same core configuration as the RTX 6000 Ada (a professional GPU priced between $7,500 and $10,000).
In addition to looking for coverage of the new RTX 4070/Ti graphics cards and RTX 40 laptop GPUs, we will now be keeping an eye out for official hints and indications of an RTX 4090 Ti and/or RTX 40 Titan at CES 2023.