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NVIDIA RTX 5090 Rumored to Feature 28GB GDDR7, 448-bit Bus

Rumors suggest the upcoming NVIDIA RTX 5090 will boast 28GB GDDR7 memory and a 448-bit bus.

Excitement is growing among tech enthusiasts as news swirls, around NVIDIAs line of graphics cards the highly anticipated NVIDIA RTX 5090. Recent rumors suggest that this powerhouse GPU will boast a 28GB of GDDR7 memory along with a 448 bit memory bus promising a significant performance boost compared to the current RTX 4090 model.

The buzz surrounding the NVIDIA RTX 5090 indicates that it will be powered by the architecture, rumored to bring notable enhancements in performance and energy efficiency. With its 28GB GDDR7 memory and 448 bit bus configuration it is speculated to offer a memory of 1568 GB/s. A substantial jump, from the RTX 4090s 1008 GB/s.

Potential for Future Upgrades

NVIDIA RTX 5090 Rumored to Feature 28GB GDDR7, 448-bit Bus

The 28GB memory capacity may not sound as impressive, as the rumored 32GB. It leaves room for potential “Ti” or “SUPER” versions in the future. It’s possible that NVIDIA might reserve the 512 bit memory bus for their professional grade RTX series (previously known as Quadro) which often requires memory capacities.

The NVIDIA RTX 5090 is shaping up to be a graphics card with rumors suggesting it could boast up to 24,576 CUDA cores. A jump from the RTX 4090s 16,384 cores. While the exact TGP (Total Graphics Power) is still a mystery, its expected to surpass the RTX 4090s 450W due to improved performance and memory specs.

As we approach the launch of NVIDIAs RTX 50 series, enthusiasts and industry experts eagerly anticipate information about the RTX 5090 and its counterparts. With speculated specs and architectural enhancements the NVIDIA RTX 5090 seems poised to establish a benchmark, for high end graphics performance meeting the needs of gamers, content creators and professionals.

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