MEGAsizeGPU has shared the first image of the AD104-250 GPU from NVIDIA, which is anticipated to power the upcoming GeForce RTX 4070 desktop graphics card set to release in two months.
The RTX 4070 will reportedly have 5888 CUDA cores, with 1792 cores disabled compared to the RTX 4070 Ti. Nevertheless, rumors suggest that the memory configuration will remain the same as the Ti model, featuring 12GB GDDR6X across a 192-bit bus.
The AD104-250 is one of two variants intended for use in this NVIDIA SKU, with the other being the ‘251’ model that will include the voltage comparator. However, this should not impact end-users.
There were initial speculations that the RTX 4070 would enter mass production in February, but the launch is expected in April based on available information. Additionally, NVIDIA has plans for the RTX 4060 Ti, which will use the AD106-350 GPU but is expected to launch later.