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The recently announced RTX 4000 series cards introduces AV1 encoding on Nvidia GPUs. Following that, the Chromium development team has added a merge which will now allow streaming in AV1.
Nvidia exclusive AIB Colorful has launched a full set of DIY Lego PC which will be powered by a Lego RTX 4090 graphics card. The unit starts at just $42 for pre-sale and under $60 retail.
In this Specs Appeal article, we look at the difference in specifications between the RTX 4000 Series (4090 and 4080) and their predecessors from the RTX 3000 and the RTX 2000 line-ups.
Nvidia has unveiled its RTX 4000 series GPUs. The company launched the RTX 4090 24GB which is claimed to be up to four times faster than 3090 Ti. The RTX 4080 16GB and 12GB SKUs were also launched.
Nvidia will host its GTC 2022 event later today where the company is expected to unveil the RTX 40-series GPUs. Ahead of that, an alleged photo of the flagship RTX 4090 BFGPU has already leaked.
The first AIB model for Nvidia's RTX 4000 series GPUs has leaked. The photos are apparently that of an upcoming Zotac Amp RTX 4090 Extreme Airo model, you'll immediately note that it is GIGANTIC.
At the upcoming in-house GPU Technology Conference which is hosted by Nvidia, the company might launch its RTX 40 series as hinted by its Twitter teasers. The hashtag used is ProjectBeyond.
A photo which allegedly belongs to that of Nvidia's upcoming GeForce RTX 4080 has leaked. The card appears wrapped in a plastic bag though it's clearly visible. The leaker insists it's real.
The latest leak regarding Nvidia's upcoming RTX 4000 series, that comes in the form of a leaked document, reveals that the flagship RTX 4090 is already in production and could soon be retail-ready.
Monstrous EVGA 1300W PSU models are currently up to 50% off. They can easily power the upcoming next-gen graphics cards from AMD and NVIDIA which are rumored to be very power hungry.
Micron's fastest GDDR6X memory yet, clocking in at 24Gbps, has entered production. The upcoming next-gen RX 7000 and RTX 4000 series GPUs from AMD and Nvidia, respectively, are likely to use it.
The latest performance rumor for Nvidia's upcoming Ada Lovelace RTX 40-series GPUs suggests that the RTX 4090 is able to score nearly double that of the 3090 in 3DMark Time Spy test.
AIDA64 has added support for Nvidia's next-gen flagship RTX 4090 Ada Lovelace GPU in its latest AIDA64 Extreme beta release. This likely indicates that RTX 4000 series launch is not too far away.
While purported details of the Ada Lovelace RTX 4090 have been doing rounds for a while, a new report has revealed the alleged specifications and power consumption of the RTX 4080, 4070 and 4060 too.
For some time, the next-gen Nvidia RTX 4090 and Ada Lovelace architecture have been rumored to be massive power hogs. However, the latest report suggests that things are actually much better.
Nvidia is rumored to be developing an RTX 4000 Ada Lovelace GPU with a whopping 900W TGP. This monstrous 900W card will reportedly be powered by not one, but two 16-pin PCIe Gen5 power connectors.
While Nvidia has already added PCIe 5.0 power support to its recently launched RTX 3090 Ti, the company is reportedly skipping the addition of PCIe 5.0 bus support on its RTX 4000 Ada Lovelace GPUs.
Nvidia's next-gen RTX 4090, based on the Ada Lovelace architecture, is rumored to feature an insane 600W TGP according to recent reports, a massive jump up from what Nvidia currently has.
In a press conference held today before Computex 2019 kicks off, Nvidia has announced its latest range of mobile workstation GPUs, featuring three new RTX-enabled solutions with up to 16GB GDDR6 RAM.