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Noted Leaker ‘Confirms’ RTX Titan, Slams “Totally Fake” Render

Kopite7kimi on Twitter claims that Nvidia is preparing a GeForce RTX Titan graphics card based on the Ada Lovelace architecture. But this usually trustworthy leaker has had strong words to share about questionable product renderings since earlier this week, accusing it of being “totally fake.”

On Wednesday, YouTuber Moore’s Law is Dead (MLID) released what he claims is a “real picture” of what is purported to be the Nvidia RTX Titan, which is based on the Ada Lovelace architecture AD102 GPU. . We wrote about this alleged new product, highlighting its dual 16-pin power inputs and quad-slot design, but advised our readers to add a few spoons of salt. It looks like the graphics card rendering was a complete hoax.

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So, as MLID has shared, there are serious issues with the comically large RTX 40 Titan rendering. But Kopite7kimi is more than just negative. He provides some details on the upcoming Titan. According to Twitter-based graphics card leaker, the RTX 40 Titan is set to debut with his Nvidia triple his fan design. So it’s not just an extruded reference design for the RTX 4090 or 4080.

(Image credit: Moore’s Law is dead)

Now that the leaker battle above is over, it’s fun to speculate on what specs the upcoming Ada Lovelace architecture Titan will have. Tensor cores, and 144 RT cores. Another possible specification is a GPU clock in the range of 2.5-2.7 GHz. Additionally, this powerful graphics card that sits between the existing RTX 4090 and RTX 6000 Ada will come with 48GB of GDDR6X VRAM. Halo RTX 40 products can easily consume over 650 watts when overclocked.

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