Please note that this post is tagged as a rumor.
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3090 SUPER with 10752 CUDA cores and 400W+ of power
Greymon55 is a leaker better known for AMD content. This time around, it seems that he has the first information on the upcoming flagship GPU from the SUPER series.
While many gamers still struggle to find GeForce RTX 30 based on Ampere architecture at a reasonable price, NVIDIA is allegedly already working on updated models called SUPER.
NVIDIA is now expected to release its RTX 30 SUPER series by the end of this year, Greymon55 hints on Twitter. While it is unclear whether we will see a full lineup refresh, the RTX 3090 SUPER is allegedly coming. The part would feature full GA102 silicon with 10752 CUDA cores and even faster memory. At this point, one would wonder why NVIDIA won’t just release a next-gen TITAN, but NVIDIA might be struggling to put more memory on the GA102 models. This is why RTX Workstation models are based on GDDR6 memory instead.
Furthermore, Greymon55 hints that RTX 3090 SUPER might have a TDP above 400W, which is at least 50W more than the existing model.
It was previously rumored that NVIDIA might launch a new GA103 GPU for its RTX 3080 SUPER refresh as well as new high-end mobile parts. This GPU alongside the updated RTX 3090 SUPER might provide some performance uplift, but it shouldn’t be much faster than the existing RTX 3090 model which features only 256 CUDA cores fewer.
The rumors about SUPER series arrival collide with the recent Intel ARC series announcement, now officially confirmed to launch in the first quarter of 2022. Assuming that this rumor is true, then GeForce RTX 3090 SUPER definitely will no be cheaper than the existing RTX 3090 model.
|High-end GeForce RTX 30 Graphics Cards|
|VideoCardz.||RTX 3090 SUPER||RTX 3090||RTX 3080 Ti|
|Picture||[ to be leaked ]|
|Launch Date||Q4 2021/Q1 2022 (?)||September 2020||June 2021|
|CUDA Cores||10752 (?)||10496||10240|
|Memory Configuration||24GB GDDR6X (?)||24GB GDDR6X||12GB GDDR6X|
|Memory Speed||19.5 Gbps+ (?)||19.5 Gbps||19 Gbps|
— Greymon55 (@greymon55) August 25, 2021