The “TI SUPER” emergence appears imminent as MEGAsizeGPU has unveiled packaging design images that strongly suggest NVIDIA’s plan to release this GPU. Notably, this leaker has a history of revealing such designs before official launches, and their predictions have often proven to be accurate.
The RTX 4070 Ti SUPER is said to be an enhanced version of the current Ti model, incorporating 8448 CUDA cores and employing either the AD102-175 or AD103-275 GPU. Its power consumption is expected to remain on par with the original ‘Ti’ model at 285 watts. Moreover, there are rumors of an expanded memory capacity, with some sources hinting at a launch featuring 16GB of GDDR6X memory.
As per the leaked information, the ‘SUPER’ logo is set to undergo a redesign, adopting a more streamlined appearance while keeping the ‘NVIDIA Sans’ font, in line with the GeForce branding and model SKU numbers. In the case of the RTX 4070 Ti, the “SUPER” emblem will be placed alongside the “Ti” designation.
The anticipated launch for the RTX 40 SUPER series is scheduled for January 2024, coinciding with CES. The exact release timing for all three models is currently uncertain, and it’s unclear if there will be price adjustments for existing cards. There are speculations from some sources that the SUPER series could potentially replace current models at certain price levels. Nevertheless, it’s worth noting that pricing rumors are often unreliable until NVIDIA officially announces the details.