Popular diagnostic tool AIDA64 has now added support for NVIDIA’s fastest and next-generation graphics card of 2022. the upcoming GeForce RTX 4090.
AIDA64 Adds Support for NVIDIA’s 2022 Flagship GeForce RTX 4090 Graphics Card
The NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 will be the green team’s flagship offering this year, replacing the RTX 3090 that was launched almost two years ago. Because there is a lot of graphics card device ID and information is already leakedAIDA64 has decided to support it in its latest framework Its current BETA version (6.70.6033).e.
The utility says it adds “GPU information for NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 (AD102)” but doesn’t say what the specific information is. It is likely that the default device settings have been added. The software is the first to add support even before GPU-z. The GeForce RTX 4090 specifically has a PCI ID of ‘NVIDIA_DEV.2684’. Below are the release notes for the latest version of AIDA64:
- Support for SMTP / TLS v1.2
- GPU information for AMD Radeon Pro W6600 (Navi 23).
- GPU information for nVIDIA GeForce GTX 1630 (TU117).
- GPU information for nVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 (AD102).
- GPU information for nVIDIA H100 96GB (GH100).
- Improved support for Intel Alder Lake-M/P CPU
- Motherboard specific sensor information for Asus Pro B550M-C Series
- Motherboard specific sensor information for MSI B650, X670, X670E Series
- Motherboard specific sensor information for MSI MS-7D66
- stable: System Stability Test / average adjustment calculation
- fixed: AMD GPU listings with multiple GPUs
- fixed: Intel Core i5-9300HF (aka Coffee Lake-H) identification
- stable: Intel Core i7-9750HF (aka Coffee Lake-H) identification
- removed: Intel PCH Diode temperature measurement on Jginyue X99M-Plus V2
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 ‘Rumoured’ Specifications
The NVIDIA GeForce RTX RTX 4090 graphics card is expected to feature the top-of-the-line AD102-300 GPU, but it’s only the “Ti” variant that will feature the full chip. The Geforce RTX 4090 will use a slightly reduced configuration.
The NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 will use 128 SMs from 144 SMs for a total of 16,384 CUDA cores. The GPU will be packed with 96MB of L2 cache and a total of 384 ROPs, which is simply insane. Clock speeds have yet to be confirmed, but given that the TSMC 4N process is used, we expect clocks in the 2.0-3.0 GHz range.
As for memory specs, the GeForce RTX 4090 is expected to rock 24GB GDDR6X capacities, which will reach speeds of 21Gbps over a 384-bit bus interface. This will provide bandwidth up to 1 TB/s. That’s the same bandwidth as the current RTX 3090 Ti graphics card, and when it comes to power consumption, the TBP is said to be rated at 450W, which suggests the TGP could be lower than that. The card will be equipped with a single 16-pin connector that provides up to 600W of power. We’ll likely get 500W+ custom designs like we saw with the RTX 3090 Ti.
The graphics card is expected to launch in October 2022 and will be followed by the rest of the Ada Lovelace GPU powered graphics cards.
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 Ti & RTX 4090 “Initial” Specifications:
|The name of the graphics card||NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 Ti||NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090||NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3090 Ti||NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3090|
|GPU name||Ada Lovelace AD102-350?||Ada Lovelace AD102-300?||Ampere GA102-350||Ampere GA102-300|
|Process node||TSMC 4N||TSMC 4N||Samsung 8nm||Samsung 8nm|
|Die size||~600mm2||~600mm2||628.4 mm2||628.4 mm2|
|Transistors||TBD||TBD||28 billion||28 billion|
|TMU / ROP||TBD / 384||TBD / 384||336 / 112||328 / 112|
|Tensor / RT kernels||TBD / TBD||TBD / TBD||336 / 84||328 / 82|
|Main clock||TBD||TBD||1560 MHz||1400 MHz|
|Power up the clock||~2800 MHz||~2600 MHz||1860 MHz||1700 MHz|
|FP32 Calculation||~103 TFLOPS||~90 TFLOPS||40 TFLOP||36 TFLOP|
|RT TFLOPs||TBD||TBD||74 TFLOP||69 TFLOP|
|Tensor-TOPS||TBD||TBD||320 TOP||285 TOP|
|Memory Capacity||24 GB GDDR6X||24 GB GDDR6X||24 GB GDDR6X||24 GB GDDR6X|
|Memory speed||24.0 Gbps||21.0 Gbps||21.0 Gbps||19.5 Gbps|
|Tape||1152 GB/s||1008 GB/s||1008 GB/s||936 Gbps|
|Price (MSRP/FE)||1999 USD?||1499 USD?||1999 USD||1499 USD|
|Start (Availability)||2023?||October 2022?||March 29, 2022||September 24, 2020|
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