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New rumors about the GeForce RTX 5090, a GPU that should arrive later this year, say that NVIDIA’s next high-end graphics chip will be equipped with 16 GDDR7 memory modules and, amazingly, 512-bit interfacea number we haven’t seen for a long time among gaming GPUs.

Furthermore, the graphics card will have a design with 3 different PCB parts. The information comes from the Chiphell forum and is corroborated by well-known insider kopite7imi.

Unlike the RTX 4090, which has a memory module layout divided into 3/4/1/4 (clockwise around the GPU), totaling 12 GDDR6X modules, the supposed GeForce RTX 5090 will have 4/5/2/5, totaling 16 modules, but with new GDDR7 memories.

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 5090 vram
Image: WCCFtech

Considering that the top-of-the-line GeForce Blackwell GPU uses all of these memory slots, with 2 GB modules just like the RTX 4090, the graphics card would deliver a total of 32 GB of VRAM.

Both kopite7kimi and Panzerlied on the Chiphell forum agree that the GeForce RTX 5090 will have its PCB divided into three parts. But the first leaker goes further and explains that one part will be the main one, which will contain the GPU and memories, for example.

The other two parts must be divided into PCB for input and output interface (video and power connections, for example), and the last one will be responsible for the PCIe connection, although the leaker is not sure if this third part can be considered a PCB.

GeForce RTX 5090 rumors have changed

At the end of last year, different leakers had already stated that the GeForce RTX 5090 would be equipped with GDDR7 memories. Despite claiming that these memories can operate at 32 Gbps, at the time, they believed that the interface would be 384-bit, information that has now changed.

Photo: Reproduction/Videocardz

There are also speculations that point to the use of the cooling project created by NVIDIA for the supposed RTX 4090 Ti or a Titan Ada, a case that should be even bigger than the one that arrived with the RTX 4090, which was already quite large.

The expectation is that the first NVIDIA Blackwell GPUs for games will arrive at the end of this year. Some say that this series should start with the RTX 5080, followed by the RTX 5090.

Via: WCCFtech

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