NVIDIA RTX 4090 may be the first graphics card whose theoretical performance exceeds 100 TFLOPS
This means that NVIDIA's next top graphics card will be twice as fast as the RTX 3090 Ti
Latest rumors from a well-known insider attribute the flagship RDNA 3 generation graphics card to an impressive clock speed of 3 GHz and a theoretical performance of 92 TFLOPS. With these characteristics, the alleged Radeon RX 7900 XT will be a very serious competitor for the top-end GeForce RTX 4090.
But it seems that the brainchild of NVIDIA will also be able to adequately prove themselves in this battle of the titans. Several tipsters report that the flagship of the generation Ada Lovelace based on the AD102 chip will overcome the threshold of 100 TFLOPS of theoretical performance in FP32 operations. This means that NVIDIA’s next top graphics card will be twice as fast as the RTX 3090 Ti with its 40 TFLOPS of floating point processing power.
If past leaks are to be believed, the AD102 will have 18,432 stream processors onboard, and to exceed the 100 TFLOPS threshold, the graphics chip will need to be clocked at about 2.8 GHz. It looks even more believable in the light recent news about the GeForce RTX 4090’s record-breaking thermal package, which is about 600 watts.