Nvidia is rumored to launch GeForce RTX 40 Series SUPER at CES 2024
NVIDIA is poised to unveil a trio of new GeForce RTX 40 Series SUPER graphics cards, crafted upon the Ada Lovelace architecture: the RTX 4080 SUPER, the RTX 4070 Ti SUPER, and the RTX 4070 SUPER. It has been rumored that these cards are expected to debut next year.
Recently, sources have disclosed that NVIDIA has confirmed the launch timing for the GeForce RTX 40 Series SUPER to be at the outset of CES 2024.
It remains uncertain whether NVIDIA’s presentation at CES 2024 will merely serve as an announcement or will also encompass the actual product release. Although NVIDIA has reserved three conference rooms, there are no evident signs of a large-scale event as yet. Speculation suggests that NVIDIA may not release all three new graphics cards at once, but at least two models are anticipated to be introduced. NVIDIA aspires to enrich and fortify its product line in the mid to high-end market through this update.
According to aggregated information, the RTX 4080 SUPER will be equipped with an AD103-400, boasting a 64MB L2 cache and 10,240 CUDA cores, which is an increase of 512 cores or about 5.3% over the current RTX 4080’s 9,728 cores, while the memory capacity will remain at 16GB and the total card power consumption will be sustained at 320W. The RTX 4070 Ti SUPER will feature either an AD103-275 or an AD102-175, with a 48MB L2 cache and 8,448 CUDA cores, marking a 10% rise from the current RTX 4070 Ti’s 7,680 cores, with a 16GB GDDR6X memory, signifying an increase in memory bandwidth from 192 bits to 256 bits, and the power consumption will remain at 285W. Lastly, the RTX 4070 SUPER will come with either an AD104-350 or an AD103-175, upgrading the L2 cache from the current RTX 4070’s 36MB to 48MB and increasing the CUDA core count from 5,888 to 7,168, an increase of approximately 21.7%, with the memory capacity maintained at 12GB, and a slight increase in total card power consumption to 220W.