NVIDIA has allegedly canceled the Ada Lovelace-based GeForce RTX Titan graphics cards, originally planned as the fastest 40 series SKU. The shelved GPU was supposed to leverage the fully enabled variant of the AD102 graphics die (codenamed AD102-450-A1) with 18,432 FP32 cores and 48GB of GDDR6X VRAM. The former would achieve a peak boost of around 2.5GHz while the memory operated at 24Gbps.
The Ada Lovelace-based RTX Titan was said to feature a 384-bit bus backed by 96MB of L2 cache. It would have a TBP of 800W, mandating two 16-pin 12VHPWR power connectors and a top-of-the-line PCIe Gen 5 power supply.
NVIDIA is prepping the GeForce RTX 4090 Ti for a mid-to-late 2023 release. It’ll feature the AD102-400-A1 die, slightly trimmed to pack 18,176 FP32 cores, 256 less than the canceled Titan. The GPU core will likely run at around 2.6-2.7GHz with a TBP of 600W. The memory buffer will be the same as the RTX 4090 at 24GB GDDR6X, running at 24Gbps. The entire 96MB L2 cache block will be enabled for ample on-die bandwidth.