In a series of new tweets, @kopite7kimi details the specs for these upcoming GPUs. As has been reported previously, the flagship die will be AD102. Interestingly, the top-shelf “Lovelace” GPU will be outfitted with 24GB of GDDR6X running at 21Gb/s. This is the exact same configuration as the current RTX 3090 Ti. It should be noted that the previous generation Turing-based Titan RTX also had 24GB of GDDR6 memory. It seems that for now, this is as far as Nvidia wants to take memory allocation on its high-end SKUs. There were previous rumors that AD102 might come equipped with GDDR7 memory running at 24Gb/s, but those might be incorrect. What is seemingly firmer at this stage is the GPU’s Total Board Power (TBP). It’s once again listed as 600W, which seems like a given since Nvidia wants to push this card to the absolute maximum level of performance. It might have to in order to fend off AMD for this round.