NVIDIA RTX 40 Series Titan Shots Leak: 2x 16-pin Power Connectors, 4-Slot Wide, and 600W TBP but Canceled [Report]

Moore’s Law is Dead has leaked the first pictures of the Ada Lovelace-based GeForce RTX Titan. The now-canceled behemoth was based on the fully enabled AD102 die along with 48GB of GDDR6X memory and a dual 16-pin power connector. The 40 series Titan was supposed to have a TBP of 600-700W in a massive 4-slot shroud that makes the RTX 4070 look like a midget.

The dual 16-pin power connector is plain impractical and likely the reason it was shelved. You’d need up to six 8-pin connectors plus two 16 to 8-pin adapters to power this monstrosity. The GeForce RTX Titan would have been 20-30% faster than the RTX 4090, with a price tag of over $2,000.



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