The GeForce RTX 4090 video card was priced at $1,599 by Nvidia, which, however, does not prevent it from being in relatively high demand among gamers and PC enthusiasts. To date, the greenbacks have delivered over 100,000 AD102 GPUs for the new flagship. This is reported by the web edition of WCCFTech, citing its own sources.
It is worth emphasizing that we are talking about graphics cores shipped to Nvidia’s AIB partners. The total number of GPUs that have rolled off the TSMC 4N assembly line and the number of GeForce RTX 4090 units sold differ from the figure above. Recall that the official release of the flagship Ada Lovelace took place less than a month ago – October 12. Our review can be found at the link.
The GeForce RTX 4090 is based on a stripped-down version of the Nvidia AD102 die. This GPU physically contains 18,432 CUDA cores, 576 tensor cores, and 144 RT cores, however, the current flagship uses a die with 16,384 CUDA cores, 512 tensor cores, and 128 RT cores. The release of the graphics chip is carried out according to the improved 5-nm technology TSMC 4N.