Almost two years ago, Nvidia unveiled the RTX 3000 series graphics cards. As we all know, the 3000 series became the most controversial GPU release of all time. Even to this day it is difficult to buy 3000 series cards at the suggested retail price.
Despite supply chain issues and completely screwed up prices of 3000 series graphics cards, Nvidia is now gearing up to unveil RTX 4000 series graphics cards soon.
Yes, you read that right! If all goes well, we can even expect the 4000 series to launch in three to four months.
The upcoming 4000 series cards will be based on the soon to be unveiled Ada Lovelave GPU architecture. Well, the rumors were confirmed after the popular benchmarking and stress testing software AIDA64 released its AIDA64 Extreme 6.70.6033 beta version.
The new software version of AIDA64 adds support for the flagship RTX 4090 (AD102) graphics card. The software release note stated that,
GPU information for nVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 (AD102)
Some reliable sources suggest that Nvidia is increasing the number of CUDA cores on the upcoming RTX 4090 GPU. That said, the GPU is still expected to have 24GB of VRAM. However, we can expect a slight increase in VRAM speeds.
Other Ada Lovelace SKUs will also have noticeable improvements over the RTX 3000 series graphics cards.
In addition, the new beta version AIDA64 Extreme also adds support for the Radeon PRO W6600. Finally, as for Intel, there is improved support for Alder Lake-P and -M CPUs, as well as some bug fixes related to older Coffee Lake-H SKUs.
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