Graphics cards: More leaked data on the RX 7900 XT and RTX 4090

The next generation of graphics cards from AMD will be the Radeon RX 7000 series, while Nvidia will again be the GeForce RTX 4000 series. A top model can also be expected for the release, probably the AMD Radeon RX 7900 XT or Nvidia GeForce RTX 4090. As now wccftech reports, there are other rumors, among other things, about the equipment with CUDA cores or shader units. The information comes from Greymoon55, who is considered a fairly reliable leaker for such hardware data. As far as the AMD Radeon RX 7900 XT and the new RDNA3 architecture for their GPU Navi31 are concerned, Greymoon55 speaks of 15360 shader units. This coincides with a leak that we already know from him and about which we recently reported. RDNA3 will of course also be used for other new AMD graphics cards. As a manufacturing process, AMD will use 5nm, which is a very filigree process and enables efficient chips, but is also more difficult to handle in production than a larger process.

At Nvidia, we also had news a few days ago with information from Greymoon55, the new GPU family will be called Ada Lovelace. The new Nvidia AD102 GPU is said to offer 18,432 shader units, more than AMD’s top chip. Of course, this alone is not a measure of performance, especially when comparing different architectures. But it would be a whopping 75 percent more shader units than the GeForce RTX 3090. Nvidia is also talking about 5nm manufacturing processes, the boost clock should be 2500 MHz, and the RAM, like the GeForce RTX 3090, seems to be 24GB GDDRX-RAM. At Nvidia, there are strong indications that the power requirement will be significantly higher than before, but that the performance will also make a leap. With AMD, it can also be noticeably more in terms of power consumption, but a moderate increase would also be possible. Further presumed technical data summarizes wccftech also in tables together.

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