Nvidia’s RTX is rumored to hit an insane 2.75GHz boost clock

The next gen GPU hype train is leaving the station. Rumors are coming almost daily, which is as good an indicator as any that the launch is drawing closer. It’ll be some time before we get actual benchmark results, but if these latest rumors turn out to be accurate, The RTX 4090 in particular is shaping up to be an absolute monster.

The latest update comes from serial Nvidia leaker Kopite7kimi (opens in new tab). The key piece of information are the expected clocks of the RTX 4090. A 2235MHz base and a 2520MHz boost clock would put it far ahead of the clocks of the RTX 3090 Ti Founders Edition at 1670 and 1860MHz respectively. Do bear in mind that a future fully enabled AD102 equipped RTX 4090 Ti will likely feature even higher clocks and come with a higher TDP. A future 4090 Ti is probably the source of the extreme TDP numbers (opens in new tab) that have been floating around over the last few months.

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