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New Rumors: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 5090 with a base frequency of 3 GHz

Recent rumors indicate that the upcoming NVIDIA GeForce RTX 5090 graphics card could have a base clock close to the 3GHz mark, which would be a significant improvement over the RTX 4090. This data appeared on the Chiphell forum from user Panzerlied, who previously shared information about graphics cards. Blackwell "GeForce RTX 50" series processors.

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 5090

There are currently no official announcements from NVIDIA about the RTX 50 "Blackwell" series, other than a mention from company CEO Jensen Huang during a Q&A session at Computex, where he noted that the new series is "something incredible" and he doesn't can wait to talk about it later.

According to the latest rumors, the flagship NVIDIA GeForce RTX 5090 graphics card will be equipped with a base frequency of around 2.9 GHz, which almost reaches the 3 GHz mark. For comparison, the current flagship RTX 4090 has a base frequency of 2235 MHz, which is 30% lower.

The rumors don't mention a maximum frequency, but based on previous generations of GPUs, we can assume that it will easily exceed 3 GHz if the base frequency actually turns out to be correct. The RTX 4090, despite its stated maximum frequency of 2520 MHz, often clocks around 2.8-2.9 GHz, and some models even reach 3 GHz under the right cooling and power conditions.

Feature Comparison:

CharacterizationGeForce RTX 5090 (rumors)GeForce RTX 4090 (official)
Bus interface 448-bit (512-bit full chip) 384-bit
base frequency ~2900 MHz 2235 MHz
Memory 28 GB GDDR7 24 GB GDDR6X
Number of memory modules 14 (16 full) 12 (12 full)

The NVIDIA GeForce RTX 5090 is expected to use the Blackwell GB202 GPU. While the full chip contains 192 SM and a 512-bit interface, the RTX 5090 will likely be trimmed down a bit and feature a 448-bit interface and 28GB of GDDR7 memory. It's worth noting that these configurations may be test samples and may differ from those that will appear in retail versions.

The GeForce RTX 5090 is expected to launch later this year along with the RTX 5080, although there are reports of a possible release delay to early 2025. This could be a missed opportunity for GPU makers as Intel and AMD plan to launch their new platforms in the second half of this year, bringing more performance to the high-end desktop market.