Nvidia GeForce RTX 4090 D Graphics Card has Reduced Power Consumption, Overclocking Restrictions

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Recent reports from Benchlife reveal updates about Nvidia's RTX 4090 D graphics card, expected to launch by the end of January next year for the Asia. The card will see a reduction in Total Graphics Power (TGP) consumption from 450W to 425W, and it will not support overclocking. Nvidia partners are set to receive the GPU this week for testing purposes.  For context, Nvidia's RTX 4090 flagship graphics card, released in September 2022, features 76 billion transistors and 16,384 CUDA cores, along with 24 GB of Micron GDDR6X memory.  Nvidia highlighted the RTX 4090's capability to deliver up to four times the performance in ray tracing games using DLSS 3 compared to the RTX 3090 Ti with DLSS 2. Additionally, in modern gaming applications, the RTX 4090 has shown up to a 2x performance improvement.

  • The RTX 4090 D is anticipated to feature the AD102-250 GPU, differing from the original RTX 4090's AD102-300/301 GPU.
  • A decrease in the number of CUDA cores is expected from the original RTX 4090's 16,384, alongside a slightly increased base frequency and an unchanged Boost frequency.
  • The graphics card is likely to maintain 24GB GDDR6X video memory, and its computational power is projected to not exceed 4800 TOPS.
  • Pricing for the RTX 4090 D is reported to be consistent with the original RTX 4090, at approximately $1699


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