Gigabyte GeForce RTX 4090 graphics cards have surfaced from the Eurasian Economic Commission. The manufacturer has registered several models with this organization. Presumably, Nvidia will officially announce its RTX 4090 next week.
In total, Gigabyte has eleven different RTX 4090 video cards registered with the EEC, notes Twitter user Harukazu5719. The applications include models in the Aorus, Gaming OC, Eagle and Windforce x3 series. Some of those video cards have already appeared at online stores, but now the full line-up of Gigabyte seems to have been confirmed.
The registrations at the EEC confirm, among other things, that the GeForce RTX 4090 has 24GB of memory, which was already expected. The submissions do not mention any other RTX 40 models, such as an RTX 4080 or lower. VideoCardz expected that Nvidia will announce the RTX 4080 this month, but that it will only appear on the market at a later time. That matches previous rumors that Nvidia will initially only release an RTX 4090.
Nvidia will hold a GeForce Beyond presentation at GTC next week, September 20. The company is expected to announce its first RTX 40 video cards, including at least the RTX 4090. The video cards are expected to be based on the Lovelace architecture, which will succeed Ampere. For production, Nvidia is switching to TSMC, where the current RTX 30 generation is produced at Samsung.
Gigabyte RTX 4090 Listings at the EEC