Nvidia RTX 4090 Ti Reportedly Canceled

Nvidia RTX 4090 Ti

The next top-of-the-line graphics card from Nvidia doesn’t appear to be coming soon. According to well-known hardware leaker Kopite7kimi, the Nvidia RTX 4090 Ti has been canceled.

“I’m afraid there won’t be RTX 4090 Ti anymore,” they said. “Some low-grade AD103 and AD106 chips will be [in other] versions of RTX 4070 and 4060.”

The RTX 4090 launched nearly a year ago and remains the most powerful graphics card on the market for consumer gamers. With no heavy competition from either AMD or Intel on the ultra high-end market, Nvidia canceling the RTX 4090 Ti to instead focus more on the next generation of cards makes sense.

Speaking of the next generation, Kopite7kimi also says that the next flagship GPU from the company — likely the RTX 5090 — will feature a 512-bit memory interface. The RTX 4090, in comparison, has a 384-bit memory bus.

“Combined with multiple sources, I confirm the gaming flagship of Ada-next will have a 512-bit memory interface,” they said.

As far as when the next-generation 50 series cards could be coming, those aren’t expected to be seen until 2025 at the earliest.

When asked for comment on the report, an Nvidia spokesperson told Insider Gaming, “We do not comment on rumors.”

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