NVIDIA’s RTX 40 SUPER series reportedly making its debut at CES 2024

Published: Nov 6th 2023, 09:09 GMT   Comments

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Kopite: GeForce RTX 40 SUPER at CES 2024

NVIDIA might have an interesting start of 2024. 

We have already said in previous reports that board partners didn’t expect any big graphics card releases this year. This means that the RTX 40 SUPER series, which has been talked about, will come out next year. It appears that we now have a possible launch date for these cards.

Kopite7kimi, a hardware leaker with a solid track record when it comes to NVIDIA leaks, claims that the company intends to provide an official update on these SKUs at the CES. This annual consumer electronics expo is held in Las Vegas, U.S., and has seen better times before COVID-19. The next CES will be a major return to the physical event, and all major PC hardware manufacturers are expected to participate.

NVIDIA is not a ‘featured’ exhibitor, but the company will be present and already has three conference rooms booked. However, there is no sign of any major media event yet. The RTX 40 SUPER may not need a major public event, the company can just as well focus partner designs, new technologies or the main topic for next year’s CES, which is artificial intelligence.

According to rumors, NVIDIA is expected to launch at least two new cards, possibly three. Each model is to feature more CUDA cores and in some cases more memory compared to existing models. With this release, NVIDIA will solidify its portfolio in the upper high-end segment.

The rumored RTX 4080 SUPER is expected to incorporate the full AD103 GPU, boasting 10,240 CUDA cores and 16GB of GDDR6X memory. The supposed RTX 4070 Ti SUPER is also set to utilize a similar memory setup, accompanied by 8448 CUDA cores. Recent leaks indicate that the RTX 4070 SUPER will have around 7168 cores, but it will continue to use the 12GB memory configuration from the current model.

Whether the CES reveal is also a product launch or just an announcement is unclear.

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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