This is not a 4090 but, rather, an old promo image for the 3090. | Image: Nvidia
Did you finally find a gaming GPU within your budget now that sanity is returning to the market? Here’s a reason to keep on waiting: the Nvidia RTX 4090 might arrive as soon as mid-July (via VideoCardz).
— kopite7kimi (@kopite7kimi) May 16, 2022
Kopite7kimi’s latest predictions suggest the RTX 4090 will require up to 450W of power all by itself, just like the $1,999 RTX 3090 Ti that Nvidia put on sale in March but offer quite a few more cores than the last-gen chip: 16,128 of them paired with 24GB of GDDR6X memory at 21Gbps.
And while that’s only around 50 percent more cores than the…