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RTX 4090 Ti specs rumors : everything we know so far

If the 4090 was not powerful enough, check out the RTX 4090 Ti rumors

Updated: Feb 23, 2024 10:27 am
RTX 4090 Ti specs rumors : everything we know so far

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It is looking likely that the 4090 Ti may have been postponed and not released. We last heard of it in November 2023 so it may be better to look to the RTX 50 series instead.

The Ada lineup of cards started launching in October 2022. The initial choice of the best graphics card becoming the RTX 4090. However, even before some cheaper options are available, rumors about the RTX 4090 Ti specifications have emerged. This is an interesting choice, although we’re not sure if it will come out first or not. These rumors do show Nvidia’s focus on the higher end more expensive choices.

It also poses interesting questions about the size of the card. As the 4090 size was already gigantic, and with the increasing specifications, the Ti is likely increasing in size. So we’re gonna be looking at even chunkier cards and bigger cases needed. Or water cooling is more common so even with the 4090 Ti release date we see what it might contain.

RTX 4090 Ti specs rumors

So when it comes to rumors in the tech world there are a few reliable sources we turn to. One of which is @kopite7kimi on Twitter.

RTX 4090 Ti rumored specs

They have given us a potential look at what to expect from the RTX 4090 Ti. The tweet came in on the 30th of January. Along with a potential image of the card coming a couple of days earlier from @Zed__Wang. The card is possibly built on the PG136/139 board, with an SKU 310. And it will give it 18,176 CUDA cores. Which is 11% more than the 16,384 found in the 4090.

It then is expected to get a 96 MB L2 cache, up from 72 MB. Up 33%, but then the memory type stays the same. 24GB of GDDR6X VRAM is also expected on the Ti model. Where that spec differs is the memory clock. Which is expected to rise to 24 Gbps from 21. Giving the card a higher memory bandwidth.

But with all the increases, the power requirement is also increasing. The card jumps to a 600W total board power. Up from the already large 450W on the 4090. About 150W more cooling capacity is needed, which may explain the leaked FE card below. Which with a vertical PCB allows for a four-slot cooler to try to tame that temperature.

RTX 4090 Ti or Titan IO
4090 Ti/ Titan photo leak, source: @Zed__Wang

RTX 4090 Ti performance increase

Many of you will be wondering how the specs are looking right now compared to the current flagship, the RTX 4090. In other words, what kind of performance increase can we expect to see as we jump from the the 4090 to the 4090 Ti? There are always gains to be made when releasing a new graphics card, and this will be no different.

The specs so far show that the 4090 Ti cache is 33% bigger, with a higher memory clock speed. These represent a significant performance increase, which will be also reflected in the power consumption.

If we look back to the previous generation, we saw around a 10% increase in gaming performance between the 3090 and 3090 Ti. This kind of improvement is to be expected for the 40-series cards too.

RTX 4090 Ti specs FAQs

What are the RTX 4090 Ti specs?

The RTX 4090 Ti is built on the PG136 SKU310 board supposedly. And contains 18,176 CUDA cores with 96MB of L2 cache. With 24GB of GDDR6X running at 24 Gbps. All of which run at 600 W. But those may not be the final specs just yet.

Are the RTX 4090 Ti specs confirmed?

At the time of writing, the RTX 4090 Ti specs aren’t official just yet. Leaks and rumors do work their way around the internet though, and these can often to be close to the truth. Everything has to be taken with a grain of salt for the time being though.

With a background in engineering and PC gaming, Seb is a staff writer with a focus on GPU, storage, and power supplies. Also one of tech supports in the office he likes helping and solving problems.

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