Following the pictures, the NVIDIA Titan RTX Ada Lovelace graphics card has been spotted on the shipping manifest. It has 48 GB of GDDR6 memory and a PG137 card. The manifesto currently presents it as a test model.
The RTX Titan hypothesis from Ada Lovelace recently came back to the table with the release of shots of a monstrous quad-slot graphics card. A new clue has emerged in the shipping manifest. NVIDIA appears to be shipping the PG137 engineering cards to development centers – in this case India. According to the declaration below, the company delivered at least two cards.
PG137 is the alleged code for RTX Titan Ada Lovelace. In addition, the document mentions 48GB of VRAM; On the other hand no GDDR6X, but GDDR6. The product code is slightly different from the graphics card mentioned at the beginning of the article, but nothing incompatible. While it’s code is 699-1G31-0000-TS1, the manifest indicates 699-1G31-0000-EB2: EB probably for engineering boardfor ts sample test,
The GeForce RTX 4090 can now only occupy one slot
Apart from its grand size, one of the distinguishing features of a four-slot graphics card is the positioning of its PCB, vertically, in other words parallel to the motherboard. If the existence of the RTX Titan Ada Lovelace and/or the GeForce RTX 4090 Ti is at least in doubt, the launch of such cards is far more uncertain. Actually, the next one expected is the GeForce RTX 4070.
|graphic card||titan ada,||rtx 4090 ti,||RTX-4090|
|Architecture||Ada (TSMC N4)||Ada (TSMC N4)||Ada (TSMC N4)|
|L2 cache||96 MB||96 MB||72 MB|
|VRAM||48GB G6?||24gb g6x||24gb g6x|
|memory speed||24 Gbps||24 Gbps||21 gbps|
|powerful||, / 800W (Max)||, / 600W (Max)||450W(Default) / 600W(Max)|
|power connectors||2x 16-pin||1x 16-pin||1x 16-pin|
|release date||,||,||October 2022|