An image of the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4080 new AD103-301 GPU has been released. The 301 is a revised version of the AD103 GPU used in RTX 4080 graphics cards. The update to the AD103-301 GPU is minor, according to a Chiphell member who shared an image. According to the original poster, this variation was accessible for “a long time”; however, this is probably referring to the Chinese market.
Since NVIDIA has released a new graphics processing unit (GPU), board partners will need to update their bespoke and semi-custom designs with a new Bill of Materials (BOM). It is reported that this modification has no effect on performance and will only increase stability. This assertion is likely connected to the fact that the voltage comparator, which is now incorporated into the GPU, is no longer necessary on the PCB.
For the time being, we only know that the RTX 4080 and the soon-to-be-released RTX 4070 will get these revised GPU variants. The modification is expected to also apply to RTX 4070 Ti, but this has not yet been confirmed. Additionally, As far as we know, there are no modifications planned for RTX 4090.