The non-public version of NVIDIA RTX 4090 consumes more than 700W, and 1000W+ power supply

Nvidia's upcoming RTX 40 graphics card will be equipped with the latest 16pin power supply interface, which will support a 600W power supply. Therefore, multiple sources claim that the Nvidia RTX 4090 graphics card has a TBP of 600 W.

According to the latest news from Moore's Law Is Dead, the non-public version of the RTX 4090 graphics card will not be satisfied with the 600W power supply, and there are multiple RTX 4090 non-public models that exceed 700W.

Moore's Law Is Dead cites sources as saying that Nvidia will likely launch the RTX 4090 before all other brands' flagship graphics cards are released. And AMD doesn't seem to be in a hurry, they may launch a mid-range graphics card based on Navi 33 first.

An anonymous OEM source claims that PC OEMs will introduce larger cases that can accommodate better power supplies, and that 1000 W+ power supplies will soon become the standard. Nvidia released the RTX 3090 graphics card in September 2020 and went on sale on September 24. If nothing else, Nvidia's next-generation 4090 graphics card will be released before the end of September this year.

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