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Nvidia’s Stealthy Dance: Unraveling the Mystery of GeForce RTX 4090D

Secret info about Nvidia's new graphics card, the GeForce RTX 4090D, has leaked out. This...

Nvidia’s Stealthy Dance: Unraveling the Mystery of GeForce RTX 4090D

Secret info about Nvidia’s new graphics card, the GeForce RTX 4090D, has leaked out. This secret move shows Nvidia’s plan to make a special GPU that follows the latest U.S. rules. The leaked details hint at the use of the AD102-250 graphics processor.

@Zed_Wang, a well-known hardware leaker, orchestrated the leak, causing a lot of talk in the tech community. Even though we don’t know all the details about the RTX 4090D, rumors suggest it’s a special version made to fit the rules about hardware used in artificial intelligence.

Nvidia is dealing with tricky export rules, especially for new tech like AI. The U.S. government is keeping a close eye on exporting tech that could be used for AI, making companies change their products to meet these strict rules.

The leaked info suggests that the graphics cards will use the mysterious AD102-250 graphics processor, different from the one in the regular RTX 4090. This change seems like a planned move to meet U.S. export rules, where companies often adjust their products to follow specific rules in different regions.

As we hear these leak details, a warning comes with it—be cautious. The effects of this secret GPU could be big. If the GeForce RTX 4090D goes beyond China’s borders, it might become one of the best graphics cards. But without specific details, people are left guessing about how it compares to the RTX 4080 and RTX 4090.

Experts think Nvidia might need to make smart changes to follow U.S. export rules. The leak hints at reduced AI performance, aiming to lower the Total Platform Power score. Figuring out how Nvidia will balance compliance and good performance is the challenge.

Possible strategies might include cutting down on certain components of the GeForce RTX 4090D. This could save money and improve production but might affect its performance and overclocking abilities. Striking the right balance is crucial to avoid problems with other products Nvidia offers.

Apart from the tech details, the leak doesn’t give us a date for the RTX 4090D release. But insiders say Nvidia might speed things up, aiming to show off the new device well before February 10, during the Chinese New Year celebrations.

Nvidia’s move into a special GPU with the GeForce RTX 4090D is a response to changing rules. As Nvidia works to follow the rules and still perform well, the reveal of the AD102-250 die will be a big moment in the company’s quest for top-notch graphics tech.

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