NVIDIA teased GeForce RTX 40 Series SUPER graphics cards

With less than a week remaining until the grand unveiling of the GeForce RTX 40 Series SUPER graphics cards, NVIDIA has tantalizingly teased the imminent arrival of these new GeForce models on their social media accounts. While specific details remain veiled, the Founder Edition design subtly hints at the upcoming products.

Per previous announcements, NVIDIA plans to launch the GeForce RTX 40 Series SUPER graphics cards on January 8, 2024, at 9 AM Pacific Time.

The GeForce RTX 4080 SUPER, equipped with an AD103-400 chip and a 64MB L2 cache, boasts an impressive 10,240 CUDA cores. This marks a substantial increase of 512 cores, approximately 5.3%, over the existing RTX 4080’s 9,728 cores. The base and boost clock speeds are set at 2295MHz and 2550MHz, respectively, representing an increase of 90/50MHz over the original model. Additionally, the memory capacity remains at 16GB, but the memory speed is elevated from 22.4Gbps to 23Gbps, enhancing the memory bandwidth from 717GB/s to 736GB/s. The card, bearing the PCB number PG139-SKU355, maintains a total power consumption of 320W.

The GeForce RTX 4070 Ti SUPER features either an AD103-275 or AD102-175 chip, with a 48MB L2 cache and 8,448 CUDA cores – a 10% increase over the current RTX 4070 Ti’s 7,680 cores. The base frequency is boosted by 30MHz to 2340MHz, while the boost frequency remains unchanged at 2620MHz. With a PCB number of PG141-SKU323, its total power consumption stays at 285W. This model’s most significant upgrade is in its memory: it will be equipped with 16GB of GDDR6X memory, expanding the memory bus width from 192 bits to 256 bits and skyrocketing the memory bandwidth from 504GB/s to 672GB/s.

Lastly, the GeForce RTX 4070 SUPER, powered by either an AD104-350 or AD103-175 chip, sees its L2 cache increased from the current RTX 4070’s 36MB to 48MB. The CUDA core count also rises from 5,888 to 7,168, a notable increase of approximately 21.7%. The base frequency is elevated by 60MHz to 1980MHz, while the boost frequency remains steady at 2475MHz. This card, too, maintains a 12GB memory capacity, with a memory speed of 21Gbps and a bandwidth of 504GB/s. The PCB number is PG141-SKU335, and the total power consumption sees a slight increase of 20W to 220W.