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NVIDIA RTX 5090 is rumored to be 70% faster than 4090 and is expected to go on sale as soon as the end of the year | Unwire.hk

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NVIDIA RTX 5090 is rumored to be 70% faster than 4090 and is expected to go on sale as soon as the end of the year | Unwire.hk

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 5090: New Blackwell Architecture Promises 70% Faster Speed

Since last year, there has been a lot of buzz surrounding the highly anticipated NVIDIA GeForce RTX 5090 graphics card. Recent reports from foreign media have suggested that the RTX 5090 will be powered by the new NVIDIA Blackwell architecture, boasting speeds that are more than 70% faster than its predecessor, the RTX 4090.

According to Tech Radar, citing the YouTube channel “Moore’s Law Is Dead,” the RTX 5090 is rumored to feature the upcoming NVIDIA Blackwell architecture, which could potentially make it 70% faster than the current RTX 4090 graphics card. This significant leap in performance has the gaming community buzzing with excitement.

Tech Radar also reported that the RTX 5090 is expected to include 192 streaming multiprocessors, a 50% increase from the RTX 4090, resulting in a total of 24,576 CUDA cores, 192 ray tracing cores, and 768 Tensor cores. If these rumors hold true, the RTX 5090 will offer unprecedented levels of performance and graphical capabilities.

However, such cutting-edge technology comes at a price. Sources mentioned by Tech Radar suggest that the RTX 5090 could be priced between US$2,000-2,500 (approximately HK$15,652-19,566). Additionally, other models such as the RTX 5080, 5070, 5060, and 5050 Ti are expected to be priced at US$1,000, US$700, US$400, and US$300 respectively.

For gaming enthusiasts and those looking to stay ahead of the curve with the latest technology, the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 5090 promises to deliver unparalleled performance and visual experiences. Stay tuned for more updates on this exciting new graphics card.

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Source: Tech Radar

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