NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4080/4070Ti/4070 SUPER GPUs rumored to require 320/285/220W power

Published: Nov 2nd 2023, 09:50 GMT   Comments

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NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4080 SUPER to feature 320W power, same as the original model

Hardware leaker Kopite7kimi shares data on the power consumption figures for NVIDIA’s upcoming SUPER refresh.

Recent reports regarding the RTX 40 SUPER cards suggest that the new models may not necessarily demand more power, at least for some of them. Kopite7kimi states that the power consumption values for the RTX 4080 SUPER and RTX 4070 Ti SUPER remain unchanged (it’s worth noting that there is still some debate about the latter SKU’s name). When referring to power not changing, this refers to the original non-SUPER variants. For the RTX 4080 SUPER, this implies a 320W TDP, while the RTX 4070 Ti SUPER is expected to feature a 285W TDP. The only exception is the RTX 4070 SUPER, which would see a 20W increase in power.

These figures are specifically relevant when discussing NVIDIA Founders Edition cards, as most custom cards from board partners often introduce modifications to these power settings. The RTX 4090 serves as a prime example, with many custom variants easily exceeding a 450W TDP.

Regarding previous rumors, the RTX 4080 SUPER is expected to include a full AD103 GPU with 10,240 CUDA cores and 16GB of GDDR6X memory. Memory speed details are currently unavailable, but they might be easy to guess. The RTX 4070 Ti SUPER may incorporate either AD102 or AD103 GPUs with 8,448 CUDA cores, and an expected 16GB GDDR6X memory configuration, an upgrade over RTX 4070 Ti 12GB config. Finally, there is RTX 4070 SUPER, possibly the most interesting card of them all, simply because it may actually be something within the reach for everyday gamers in terms of pricing. The card is said to feature 7168 CUDA cores, which is a considerable upgrade over the 5888 core specs of the original model.

As mentioned previously, the board partners we asked do not anticipate any significant announcements this year. Therefore, it’s reasonable to expect the RTX 40 SUPER series to debut no earlier than next year. Nonetheless, NVIDIA often tweaks specifications even after sharing them with board partners. But the truth is, board partners aren’t concerned about CUDA core specs or frequencies, all they need is power requirement and if the GPU is pin compatible with any of their existing designs.

VideoCardz.comGPUCUDA CoresMemory CapacityMemory BandwidthTDP
RTX 4090AD102-300
24GB G6X 384b
1008 GB/s
RTX 4080 SUPER 🆕AD103-400
16GB G6X 256b
RTX 4080AD103-300
16GB G6X 256b
717 GB/s
RTX 4070 Ti SUPER 🆕AD102-175
16GB G6X 256b
RTX 4070 TiAD104-400
12GB G6X 192b
504 GB/s
RTX 4070 SUPER 🆕AD103-175
12GB G6X 192b
RTX 4070AD104-250
12GB G6X 192b
504 GB/s
RTX 4060 Ti 16GBAD106-351
16GB G6 128b
288 GB/s
RTX 4060 Ti 8GBAD106-350
8GB G6 128b
288 GB/s
RTX 4060AD107-400
8GB G6 128b
288 GB/s

Source: @kopite7kimi

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