Ada Lovelace architecture TITAN graphics card pictured

There have been rumors that Nvidia intends to launch a TITAN graphics card based on the Ada Lovelace architecture, and has prepared related PCB design and heat dissipation solutions. It even exposed its huge cooling module, which needs to occupy four slots and has a cooling capacity of 900W. Due to various factors such as volume, weight, heat generation, and power consumption, it has been reported that Nvidia has canceled the project many times.

Recently, Twitter user @Zed__Wang once again released the physical picture of the Ada Lovelace architecture TITAN graphics card, and it may be named RTX 4090 Ti in the end. The name has not been determined yet, but it will be the strongest GeForce gaming graphics card anyway.

The thickness of this Founders Edition graphics card reaches four slots, the bezel is gold, and it has three DisplayPort ports and one HDMI port, which is different from the vertical stacking of ordinary graphics cards. This graphics card is likely to rotate the PCB by 90 degrees as rumored in the past so that the heat dissipation fins are parallel to the PCB so that the heat dissipation module can occupy the space to the maximum extent. In addition, it is still an X-shaped frame, the VC vapor chamber is on one side of the fins, and there will be three cooling fans. From the overall design point of view, this graphics card is an outstanding engineering work of Nvidia.

It is rumored that the Ada Lovelace architecture TITAN graphics card codenamed “the beast” is equipped with the GPU AD102-450-A1, which has 18176 CUDA cores like the RTX 6000 Ada Generation. The PCB design is PG137-SKU0, equipped with 48GB of GDDR6X video memory, with a rate of 24Gbps, equipped with two 16Pin 12VHPWR interfaces, and the power consumption of the whole card can reach 800W.

It’s unclear when Nvidia will release the graphics card, but multiple photos have leaked over the past few months that suggest the four-slot Ada Lovelace Founders Edition graphics card has been planned for a long time.