The forthcoming GeForce RTX 4090, NVIDIA’s fastest and most advanced graphics card for 2022, is now supported by the well-known diagnostic programme AIDA64.
NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 4090 graphics card, the company’s 2022 flagship, is now supported by AIDA64.
The green team’s flagship product this year will be the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090, taking the place of the RTX 3090, which debuted almost two years ago. The majority of the graphics card’s device id and information has already been disclosed, therefore AIDA64 opted to support it in its most recent BETA version (6.70.6033), which is accessible here.
The tool claims to have included “GPU information for NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 (AD102),” although it is unclear exactly what information has been added. Initial device settings have almost certainly been added. Even before GPU-z, the programme is the first to have such capability. The ‘NVIDIA DEV.2684’ PCI ID belongs particularly to the GeForce RTX 4090. The release notes for the most recent version of AIDA64 are as follows:
Support for TLS v1.2 and SMTP
Details about the AMD Radeon Pro W6600 GPU (Navi 23)
GPU details for the GeForce GTX 1630 from nVIDIA (TU117)
GPU details for the GeForce RTX 4090 from nVIDIA (AD102)
GPU details for the nVIDIA H100 96GB (GH100)
Asus Pro B550M-C Series motherboard particular sensor information MSI B650, X670, X670E Series motherboard specific sensor information MSI MS-7D66 motherboard increased support for Intel Alder Lake-M/P CPU
fixed: Average throttling calculation and System Stability Test have been addressed. Multiple GPU enumeration for AMD GPUs
Removed: Intel PCH Diode temperature measurement on Jginyue X99M-Plus V2. Fixed: Identification of Intel Core i5-9300HF (also known as Coffee Lake-H). Fixed: Identification of Intel Core i7-9750HF (also known as Coffee Lake-H).
Specifications for the ‘Rumored’ NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090
The top-tier AD102-300 GPU is anticipated to power the NVIDIA GeForce RTX RTX 4090 graphics card, however only the ‘Ti’ edition will include the whole chip. The setup of the Geforce RTX 4090 will be somewhat reduced.
A total of 16,384 CUDA cores and 128 of the 144 SMs will be used by the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090. The GPU will have 384 ROPs in total and 96 MB of L2 cache, which is just ridiculous. Although the clock rates have not yet been confirmed, given that the TSMC 4N process is being used, we anticipate clocking in the 2.0-3.0 GHz region.
The GeForce RTX 4090 is anticipated to include 24 GB of GDDR6X memory that will be clocked at 21 Gbps via a 384-bit bus interface. This will offer bandwidth of up to 1 TB/s. When it comes to power consumption, the TBP is supposed to be rated at 450W, indicating that TGP may wind up being less than that. This is the same bandwidth as the current RTX 3090 Ti graphics card. A single 16-pin connection will provide the card with up to 600W of power. As with the RTX 3090 Ti, it’s probable that we’ll see bespoke designs with 500W or more.
The remainder of the portfolio of graphics cards powered by Ada Lovelace GPUs will be released after the graphics card, which is anticipated to debut in October 2022.