Zephyr, a newcomer in the GPU sector, gained significant attention a few weeks back with the introduction of their inaugural RTX 3060 graphics card sporting a distinctive pink PCB. Yet, Zephyr’s progress doesn’t stop there. The company has subsequently launched various iterations of RTX 3070 and 3080 GPUs, and they are currently preparing to reveal their forthcoming RTX 40 series graphics cards.
Zephyr has recently taken to social media to unveil their latest offering: the RTX 3080 12GB model, a prominent addition to their Spindrift series. Noteworthy enhancements include a reinforced power delivery system incorporating two extra phases and the adoption of novel thermal pads, a feature that will also find its way into the upcoming RTX 40 series models.
Moreover, Zephyr has officially announced their upcoming launch of the RTX 4070 (Ti) and 4080 iterations, complete with initial glimpses of the PCB design that have been shared with the public. An intriguing feature to anticipate within the RTX 40 series is the introduction of a compact screen, details of which have not yet been unveiled. Zephyr has outlined their release plan, confirming that the RTX 4070 and 4070 Ti will debut initially, followed by the subsequent release of the RTX 4080. The testing phase for the cooling solution is currently underway.
When addressing inquiries about potential shifts in pricing, Zephyr has conveyed that significant alterations to the prices of AMD’s recent offerings are not anticipated, and there’s limited likelihood of a notable increase in the availability of the RTX 4070 (Ti) series. This implies that any potential future price modifications, if they do materialize, might occur gradually. Nonetheless, it remains uncertain whether Zephyr’s response pertains to AMD’s RX 7900 series or the impending RX 7800 XT, considering Zephyr’s non-involvement in the production of Radeon GPU series.
Zephyr has announced that the release of their RTX 3080 12GB graphics card is scheduled for the upcoming week on JD, followed by the unveiling of the RTX 40 GPU series, which is expected to occur at a slightly later time.