NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 Desktop and Mobile GPU PCI IDs Leaked

The PCI ID device list is an extremely helpful tool in hand when it comes to getting more information on hardware. This is especially true in the cases of AMD and NVIDIA since they don’t reveal SKU names prior to official releases so soon. So in order to keep track of devices, the ID can prove to be very beneficial. Recently, @harukaze5719 has shared an updated list which was posted by LaptopVideo2Go. The IDs are ultimately added to the public PCI ID list from where websites pick up the information. The list is not the final verdict though; there will be many IDs which are not going to make their way into final SKUs.


The list shows the GeForce RTX 4090 GPU IDed as 2684. This also happens to be the first partially confirmed ID since the RTX 40 GPU is very close to launch. The GPU features a cut-down variant of the AD102 GPU and will come with a total of 16384 CUDA Cores and a GDDR6X memory of 24 GB. Till the ‘Ti’ variant makes its way into the market, the GeForce RTX 4090 is going to remain the flagship model of the next RTX 40 series.

Some of you might not have known before now, but there is an entire list of the RTX 40 mobile SKUs which are currently known as the GN21-X series. With the mention of ‘GN’ in the ID, it becomes clear that these are all mobile SKUs. This is quite interesting as mobile graphics architecture is still far from launch.

That’s not the only interesting part, however. These IDs have been published by “Faintsnow” who is the same user to have shared the IDs for GeForce RTX 3080 Ti and RTX 3070 TI weeks before they had launched. Considering that this user has had reliable information in the past, these could very well be the new RTX 40 mobile line-up. The famous hardware leaker @kopite7kimi has also added some information on the GN21-X series line-up, pointing out that the GN21-X11 is based on the AD103 GPU but it might not be referred to as the RTX 4080 Mobile.

We will be seeing the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 desktop in about 3 months from now and for the mobile series, we will be waiting till at least this year’s final quarter or Q1 2023.

Via VideoCardz