Rumor mill: Nvidia seems set to lastly give the RTX 4000 collection its official unveiling in 11 days. Including to the hype practice is one more alleged leaked benchmark for what would be the flagship card of the anticipated three preliminary releases: the RTX 4090.
Screenshots of an unnamed card appeared on China’s Chiphell boards, so take them with the standard pinch of salt. They have been shared on Twitter by person HXL (by way of VideoCardz). The 3DMark Time Spy Excessive rating is an enormous 20,192, suggesting that is the RTX 4090, which scored 19,000 in one other leaked 3D Mark Time Spy Excessive graphics take a look at in July.
Assuming the screenshots are the true deal, the rating makes the RTX 4090 90% sooner than the Ampere equal, the RTX 3090. That strains up with earlier experiences of the Lovelace card being round twice as quick as its predecessor. It additionally makes the RTX 4090 78% sooner than the current-gen RTX 3090 Ti flagship. In fact, artificial benchmarks do not at all times completely mirror real-world efficiency, however the numbers are nonetheless promising.
VRAM: 21Gbpshttps://t.co/5KusSaerKJ pic.twitter.com/kPdkF4qzwW
— HXL (@9550pro) September 9, 2022
The leak additionally reveals the cardboard reaching a 3,015 MHz frequency. For comparability, the RTX 3090 Founders Version boosts to 1,695 MHz. In accordance with the leaker, it has a default TDP of 450W, although it’s designed for 600W to 800W. That strains up with a rumor in June claiming the RTX 4090 may have a energy restrict of 800W however a decrease default TDP.
The cardboard’s total Time Spy Excessive rating is decrease than anticipated, however that is down the PC the RTX 4090 is being examined in, which features a Core i5-12400F processor.
The leaker additionally mentions that the cardboard is air-cooled and really massive, too huge to suit right into a mid-sized tower. That is one thing we anticipated, given the RTX 4090’s reported efficiency and energy consumption.
Nvidia’s GeForce Twitter account yesterday introduced ProjectBeyond. We do not know any particulars but, although it appears nearly actually associated to an RTX 4000 announcement coming at GTC on September 20.