NVIDIA RTX 40 series does not have a 48GB memory Titan model

Before the release of the RTX 40 series graphics cards, there were rumors that the RTX 40 series will have a TITAN model on the Internet, and the memory capacity has doubled to 48GB compared to the RTX 4090. Now, Kopite, who has a good record of breaking news, says that there is no Titan model for the RTX 40 series.

 Nvidia had launched a TITAN RTX model in the RTX 20 era with 24GB of video memory, while the contemporary RTX 2080 Ti had only 11GB of video memory. In the RTX 30 era, the RTX 3090 had 24GB of video memory, and Nvidia did not launch a TITAN model. Therefore, in the RTX 40 era or even after, Nvidia is unlikely to launch TITAN, and if you want more memory, you can only choose professional cards.

According to reports, Nvidia's best AD102 chip has been reserved for the RTX 4090 Ti, which will have 18176 CUDA cores, which is 11% more than the 16384 CUDA of the RTX 4090. At the same time, the RTX 4090 will be equipped with faster 24 Gbps 24GB of GDDR6X memory, and the bandwidth will increase from 1 TB/s to 1.1 TB/s. Taken together, the RTX 4090 Ti will perform 10% to 20% higher than the RTX 4090.

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