The upcoming RTX 4090 from Nvidia has been added to the AIDA64 test software. But when will the card appear?
The upcoming RTX 4090 can now be tested with AIDA64.
With the RTX 4000 generation, Nvidia plans to launch its new graphics card generation this year. The GPU generation, also known as “Ada Lovelace”, should leave its predecessor behind in all areas. The unveiling of the top-of-the-line RTX 4090 could be imminent. At least that’s what the recently added support for this GPU in the popular AIDA64 benchmark software suggests.
Twice the performance of an RTX 3090?
In the current beta version of AIDA64, the RTX 4090 from Nvidia is now supported. This would allow owners of the card to start a test run in AIDA64 immediately after purchase and put the GPU under stress. Significantly more CUDA cores are expected for the RTX 4090, and Nvidia also wants to install 24 GB of video memory in the flagship again. Accordingly, insiders expect twice the performance of the RTX 3090. The other models, on the other hand, should have more VRAM compared to the previous generation. At the same time, AIDA64 was also expanded to include the inexpensive entry-level GTX 1630 card. The Nvidia Hopper H100 can also be found in the benchmark suite. This is the world’s first GPU with PCI Express 5.0. There is also support for the Radeon Pro W6600.
Only the flagship this year?
However, when exactly the RTX 4090 will go on sale remains to be seen. According to new rumors, Nvidia could split the launch. This year, only the flagship RTX 4090 would be available for sale in that case. The remaining models would not appear until the beginning of 2023.
Nvidia Geforce RTX 4080 will probably not come until 2023