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NVIDIA RTX 4090, RTX 4080, RTX 4070 PCI Device IDs Leak Out

The GPU IDs of NVIDIA’s upcoming RTX 40 series parts have surfaced over at the PCI ID Repository (via: laptopvideo2go). These 5nm (TSMC N5) chips codenamed Ada Lovelace will be launched later this year, possibly towards the end of the third quarter. A total of twelve IDs were included in the list based on the AD102 (RTX 4090), AD103 (RTX 4080), and AD104 (RTX 4070).

; Hopper
NVIDIA_DEV.2302 = “NVIDIA GH100”
NVIDIA_DEV.2321 = “NVIDIA GH100”
NVIDIA_DEV.2336 = “NVIDIA H100 96GB”
; AD102
NVIDIA_DEV.2684 = “NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090”
;
NVIDIA_DEV.2717 = “NVIDIA GN21-X11”
NVIDIA_DEV.2757 = “NVIDIA GN21-X11”
; AD104
NVIDIA_DEV.2785 = “NVIDIA AD104”
NVIDIA_DEV.27A0 = “NVIDIA GN21-X9”
NVIDIA_DEV.27E0 = “NVIDIA GN21-X9”
;
NVIDIA_DEV.2820 = “NVIDIA GN21-X6”
NVIDIA_DEV.2860 = “NVIDIA GN21-X6”
;
NVIDIA_DEV.28A0 = “NVIDIA GN21-X4”
NVIDIA_DEV.28A1 = “NVIDIA GN21-X2”
NVIDIA_DEV.28E0 = “NVIDIA GN21-X4”
NVIDIA_DEV.28E1 = “NVIDIA GN21-X2”

Naturally, only a few of these will make it to the retail market with the rest being test devices or engineering boards. The AD102 powering the RTX 4090 has been assigned the device ID “NVIDIA_DEV.2684” and the AD103 powering the RTX 4080 getting two namely, “NVIDIA_DEV.2717 = NVIDIA GN21-X11”, and “NVIDIA_DEV.2757 = NVIDIA GN21-X11”.

The AD104 which will be the primary mainstream die is being tested with three devices (“NVIDIA_DEV.2785 = NVIDIA AD104”, “NVIDIA_DEV.27A0 = NVIDIA GN21-X9”, “NVIDIA_DEV.27E0 = NVIDIA GN21-X9”). One of these will become the RTX 4070 while another might be repurposed into the RTX 4060 Ti.

The AD106 will likely be the core behind the “NVIDIA_DEV.2820 = NVIDIA GN21-X6” and the “NVIDIA_DEV.2860 = NVIDIA GN21-X6” resulting in the RTX 4060. The remaining devices, if they mature, will form the lower-end and entry-level such as the RTX 4050 and the 4050 Ti, if not a variant of the 4060.

Further reading on the RTX 4080, and 4090:

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