NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 4080 SUPER GPU situs slot seems to be receiving early support within the popular diagnostic utility, HWiNFO.
HWiNFO Is Bringing NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4080 SUPER GPU Support As Rumors/Leaks Mount Up
Now news about NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 40 “SUPER” family of GPUs has been revolving around the past days, which hints towards the fact that NVIDIA might launch a “refresh” lineup of the original Ada Lovelace GPUs. Speculations of a refresh date back months ago, where initially it was thought that NVIDIA would introduce it with the “Ti” or “SUPER” branding, but it looks like NVIDIA might be opting for the latter option.
While there are certain SKUs rumored to launch under the new lineup, this coverage will focus on the rumored NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4080 SUPER. There were talks about an “upgraded” RTX 4080 variant, which pointed towards the fact that NVIDIA might take a “refresh” approach with Ada GPUs. However, this rumor gained more traction with our previous coverage, & now with HWiNFO putting out support for the RTX 4080 SUPER, it seems like there must be some sort of accuracy to these reports.
Speaking of the rumored specifications, there have been rumors that the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4080 SUPER can utilize a mix of AD102/AD103 GPU based on the inventory levels. It is rumored that the GPU might feature 20 GB GDDRX memory along with a 320-bit interface but if the RTX 4080 SUPER houses the AD103, the GPU will be confined to 256-bit which would lead to a lower VRAM capacity.
It is necessary to highlight that regardless of the industry rumors, the existence of “SUPER” GPUs is still not official hence we can’t ensure what products will launch, what the final specs will be & what the prices are going to look like. All of these are mere speculation and rumors at this point and the green team is known to finalize things only very close to launch.
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 Desktop GPU Family:
|Graphics Card||GPU SKU||GPU Cores||TMUs / ROPs||Clock Speed (Boost)||VRAM / Bus||Bandwidth||TGP||Price (MSRP)||Launch|
|GeForce RTX 4090||AD102-300||16384||512 / 176||2520 MHz||24 GB GDDR6X / 384-bit||1008 GB/s||450W||$1599 US||12th October 2022|
|GeForce RTX 4080 SUPER (Rumor)||AD103-400||10240||320 / 112||TBD||16 GB GDDR6X / 256-bit||TBD||TBD||$1199 US?||2024|
|GeForce RTX 4080||AD103-300||9728||320 / 112||2510 MHz||16 GB GDDR6X / 256-bit||736 GB/s||320W||$1199 US||16th November 2022|
|GeForce RTX 4070 Ti SUPER (Rumor)||AD103-275/AD102-175||8448||TBD||TBD||16 GB GDDR6X / 256-bit||TBD||TBD||$799 US?||2024|
|GeForce RTX 4070 Ti||AD104-400||7680||240 / 80||2610 MHz||12 GB GDDR6X /192-bit||504 GB/s||285W||$799 US||5th January 2023|
|GeForce RTX 4070 SUPER (Rumor)||AD104-350/AD103-175||7168||TBD||TBD||12 GB GDDR6X / 192-bit||TBD||TBD||$599 US?||2024|
|GeForce RTX 4070||AD104-250||5888||184 / 64||2475 MHz||12 GB GDDR6X / 192-bit||504 GB/s||200W||$549 US||13th April 2023|
|GeForce RTX 4070||AD104-250||5888||184 / 64||2475 MHz||12 GB GDDR6 / 192-bit||504 GB/s||200W||$499 US?||2024|
|GeForce RTX 4060 Ti 16 GB||AD106-350||4352||136 / 48||2535 MHz||16 GB GDDR6 /128-bit||288 GB/s||165W||$449 US||18th July 2023|
|GeForce RTX 4060 Ti 8 GB||AD106-350||4352||136 / 48||2535 MHz||8 GB GDDR6 / 128-bit||288 GB/s||160W||$399 US||24th May 2023|
|GeForce RTX 4060||AD107-400||3072||96 / 48||2460 MHz||8 GB GDDR6 / 128-bit||272 GB/s||115W||$299 US||29th June 2023|