Suspected Nvidia RTX 40 Titan cooling module exposure

After the news that the NVIDIA RTX 40 series "Titan" model was cut off came out, a netizen of chip hell exposed the suspected 900W four-slot thick NVIDIA graphics card cooling module.

Before the release of the RTX 40 series graphics cards, there were many rumors that the RTX 40 series will have a TITAN model on the Internet. The memory capacity is doubled to 48GB compared to the RTX 4090, and the power consumption is also higher. Now, reliable whistleblower Kopite says that the RTX 40 series has no Titan model.

As shown in the picture above, this huge cooling module basically adopts the design language of the RTX 40 series, with an X-shaped frame, but it is thicker and reaches four slots. In addition, it is puzzling that the vapor chamber of this cooling module is on one side of the fins, and the cooling fins will be parallel to the PCB.

According to the latest intelligence, Nvidia will also launch  an RTX 4090 Ti model , 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. In terms of performance, the RTX 4090 Ti will perform 10% to 20% higher than the RTX 4090.

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