This week, NVIDIA began providing its partners with in-depth details about the upcoming RTX 40 SUPER refresh. These companies now have information on core GPU specifications and the requirements for the models labeled as SUPER variants.
The RTX 4080 SUPER is designated with the board number PG139 and bears the SKU number 355. It is confirmed to feature the AD103-400 GPU with a full implementation, boasting 10240 CUDA cores. The card also includes 16GB of GDDR6X memory through a 256-bit memory bus. Partners were notified that the Total Graphics Power (TGP) is established at 320W. Notably, specific details about final clock speeds and memory specifications are yet to be disclosed.
The RTX 4070 Ti SUPER is said to be identified by the board and SKU number PGA141 SKU 323. This card is now rumored to showcase the AD103-275 GPU and is equipped with 16GB of GDDR6X memory. As a result, two models within the SUPER series are set to utilize this GPU. The Total Graphics Power (TGP) is reported to be 285W, aligning with previous leaks.
The upcoming RTX 4070 SUPER, identified by the PG141 board and a distinct 335 SKU, is anticipated to feature the AD104-350 GPU and will debut with a Total Graphics Power (TGP) of 225W. Despite the power increase, this model will maintain its 12GB memory capacity. Board partners indicate that, owing to the power adjustment, this model will now utilize a 12VPHWR connector.
The release date for all RTX 40 SUPER models is scheduled for January, with the specific launch date yet to be officially confirmed by NVIDIA. It is anticipated that the company will make a formal announcement during CES 2024.