Nvidia’s RTX 4000 graphics cards may come later than previously rumored, at least according to recent speculation by a prominent hardware liqueur on YouTube, who also discussed the alleged size of the RTX 4090 Ti GPU (based on an old leak).
All of this has been promoted in recent videos Moore’s Law is dead (Opens in new tab)Who believes that despite some rumors surrounding the flagship Nvidia Loveless GPU as a four-slot monster, it could still be a three-slot affair.
You may recall that we have seen previously leaked images (spread through the Chiffel forum) that presumably showed parts of the RTX 4090 Ti, pointing to it as a monster GPU.
Now, those images looked fairly believable in its face, although we need to be clear about whether any leaks are real and whether in fact Moore’s Law of the Dead (MLID) indicates that there are a few suspicious elements attached to the images. , And we certainly cannot eliminate the net.
At any rate, in the case of those recent images, the other possibility that MLID has raised is that they could show a preliminary engineering sample cooler of the ampere generation, possibly designed as a solution for the prototype of the next generation of loveless boards. And the supposedly rendered mock-ups based on the leaked images in the MLID actually make it look like an RTX 3090 cooler.
Will Nvidia keep the same ampere cooler for Loveless? Well, it’s certainly possible, because it worked well and was well thought out, and it makes sense (and has happened in the past) to have a reliable design for the second generation of graphics cards.
MLID uses these newly ridiculed renders arguing that while widespread rumors indicate a four-slot RTX 4090 Ti, a three-slot solution – or perhaps a touch larger, 3.25-slot – might work for a 600W graphics card ( Currently rumored wattage for 4090 Ti). MLID shows that renders show that the latter could be a possible solution, rather than a four-slot, and theoretically that 3.25-slots would give the heatsink enough space to grow from 10% to 20%, and with design tweaking, it could work for a 600W GPU. Please.
Although it is still possible that the leaked images show a 4090 Ti engineering specimen with a temporary cooler (drafted from amperes, as we have already mentioned), and the final design could actually be a four-slot matter (with more differences).
This leads to MLID’s new assumption in the Loveless release schedule: Liqueur observed that the Ampere cooler was leaked a few months before the RTX 3090 appeared, and so according to the timing of this Loveless Cooler leak, we expect the finished version to arrive in August. Indeed, that date has been rumored in recent times, but MLID sources have heard that Nvidia’s partners (graphics card makers) aren’t expecting the actual amount of loveless cards to float until October.
And if that happens, it suggests that the leaked images of the so-called 4090 Ti we saw in May are actually more likely to be a sample board, which probably won’t be close to the final Loveless flagship design we’ll actually get (in October, if current rumors are correct) Is). All of this speculation, naturally, but in general, makes Licker seem confident enough in the sources quoted here.
Analysis: Lots of noise from rumor mills (and probably those fans too)
This does not mean that we cannot get it Something Before October, of course; That month MLID believes (and it’s just a belief) that Nvidia’s next-generation GPUs will be available at the appropriate volume.
We’re seeing a revelation, or indeed several teases, coming before it – that would be to be expected in reality. But the other key part of the puzzle here is that MLID notes that sources say Nvidia is a Lots The extra RTX 3000 kicks about the stock, and as we’ve noticed before, any Loveless announcement could make gamers wait for the RTX 4000, interfering with Ampere GPU sales. And with so much stock, Nvidia doesn’t want that to happen.
So we’ll assume that we won’t get any revelations until around the time of the Ish launch, or there could be another situation where the price of the Nvidia RTX 3000 model has really started to drop, as retailers raise a gear to try to change that extra stock, and sales result. Is fast – and in that case, we’ll probably see a previous unveiling. All of this points to a faster decline in the price of the RTX 3000 GPU, and in fact we are already beginning to see more evidence of this; All great news for the average consumer.
Whether the RTX 4090 Ti will be four-slot or three-slot (or some kind of three-and-one-bit-slot-compromise), we think it’s too early to say. Anyway, expect a Biffy card, although MVID theorizes that Nvidia is still unsure whether to push for 60W for the 4090 Ti (it may depend on where the RDNA 3 performance is going to land and what it looks like). May depend on it) competing teams must compare green).
We’ll just say that if the 4090 Ti is a three-slot or so, and has a 600W component, keeping that GPU cool might be possible as described above – but we’re wondering how much noise fans can result.
So an RTX 4090 Ti like this can’t just turn your PC into a small room heater, while at full load it can also sound like an airplane taxi from a hangar and with that huge size of card – whether it’s really big, or really, really big – When all this is added up, you’ll be amazed at how unrealistic an offer can turn out to be.