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NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 ??  Ada Lovelace??  May perform 81% better than RTX 3090

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 ?? Ada Lovelace?? May perform 81% better than RTX 3090

NVIDIA is already preparing to launch the series GeForce RTX 40. One of the next-generation graphics cards, whose architecture is referred to as “Ada Lovelace,” is the subject of new speculation on Monday (the third). According to the channel’s statement iVadimGeForce RTX 4090 will get almost twice the performance of its predecessor RTX 3090.

Enthusiasts estimate that the RTX 4090 will run DOOM Eternal at maximum 4K graphics settings with an impressive fluidity of 400 frames per second. 81.82% performance increase over RTX 3090, which reaches about 220 fps on the same parameters, and 106.19% compared to the AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT, at 194 fps.

The information disclosed is based on Leaks over the past few months. the iVadim You’d also expect the Cyberpunk 2077 to exhibit maximum fluidity running above the GeForce RTX 4090, while maintaining around 95fps in 4K. The RTX 3090 hits around 53 fps and the Radeon RX 6900 XT hits 48 fps.

Performances at DOOM Eternal and Cyberpunk 2077, respectively (Photo: iVadim)

It is noteworthy that this Data is just estimatesTherefore, the performance of NVIDIA’s next-generation graphics cards will only be revealed through official benchmark tests and real usage analysis. Also, a high frame rate like 400fps is useless in a scenario where a file Monitors still support up to 360Hz.

The “Ada Lovelace” family will be manufactured using TSMC’s 5nm process, providing improved efficiency and performance over the Ampere architecture. GPUs must be monolithic and provide more than 18,000 CUDA cores operating at clocks up to 2.5GHz. With high power, models should have a TDPS of up to 500 watts.

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Rumors say that the “Ada Lovelace” series will be announced in the second half of 2022, but NVIDIA has not confirmed details or graphics card release expectations.

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