NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 D would use AD102-250 Chip

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NVIDIA is set to reintroduce the GeForce RTX 4090 series graphics cards in the Chinese market by the end of January. The new product, known as GeForce RTX 4090 D, is expected to feature a Total Processing Performance (TPP) rating of 4800. The "D" in the name may stand for "With Dragon" or "Downgrade," a detail that remains open to interpretation.

Recent revelations by X platform user MEGAsizeGPU have confirmed that the GeForce RTX 4090 D will be powered by the AD102-250 chip. This chip differs from the one utilized in the current GeForce RTX 4090, which employs the AD102-300 chip.


The primary distinction between the GeForce RTX 4090 D and its predecessor lies in the CUDA CORES configuration. Additionally, there are speculations that the Total Graphics Power (TGP) rating may see a reduction, possibly dropping from the existing 450W to 425W or lower. However, the memory configuration is expected to remain unchanged at 24GB GDDR6x.

It's worth noting that the GeForce RTX 4090 D is slated for the Chinese market exclusively, with NVIDIA implementing measures to prevent its availability outside of China. Despite this regional limitation, NVIDIA's AIC (Add-In Card) partners have received notices about the GeForce RTX 4090 D project. Given that it shares the same PCB and cooling module as the current GeForce RTX 4090, the launch in the Chinese market is expected at the end of January, albeit not without its challenges.


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