Nvidia GeForce RTX 40 graphics cards will break speed records

Deepak Gupta July 1, 2022
Updated 2022/07/01 at 8:59 AM

It won’t be long before we know for sure what Nvidia is preparing in terms of the next generation of its graphics cards. And as time passes, new information arrives, through various sources, which allow us to have a sense of what may be coming.

Therefore, the latest data revealed indicates that the new line of GeForce RTX 40 graphics cards will break speed records. The expectations about the new chips of the North American brand are therefore quite high at the moment.




Nvidia GeForce RTX 40 will break speed records

These graphics cards are not yet known, but a lot of ink has been written about them. Some of the information already revealed here indicates, for example, that the GeForce RTX 4060 model will consume more energy than the current generation RTX 3070. In addition, it was also mentioned that the high-end graphics card of the next line, which should be the GeForce RTX 4090, will consume more than 800W.

In turn, it is not news that Nvidia will further increase the speed of its next-range GPUs. And although there is still no official information on this matter, leakers are not slow to release information about this and other details about these upcoming graphics chips. As such, according to the latest details revealed, the upcoming GeForce RTX 40 will be clocked much higher than the previous ones. 2.80 GHz previously statedwhich will then enable them to break current records.

The information was revealed in concrete by the popular and reliable leaker @kopite7kimi, already known in these wanderings in the sector.

So, if expectations were already high with the information previously revealed, with this new data certainly many users are quite anxious to get their hands on Nvidia's next GPUs. We will therefore continue to follow the news about this segment.

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