NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 Super GPUs are expected to be revealed during CES 2024

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 Super: The well-known leaker kopite7kimi has reappeared to discuss the rumored GeForce RTX 40 video card update from NVIDIA. There are rumors that the new Super versions will be unveiled at CES 2024, which takes place January 9–12 of next year, but there are still questions.

For the sole reason that it will be in person again after four years owing to the COVID-19 outbreak, next year’s event will be among the biggest in CES history. The majority of manufacturers, including well-known brands in the sector, will be present at the exhibition.

Naturally, NVIDIA, which has reportedly already reserved three panels, could not be overlooked among the major players. But the Santa Clara business hasn’t yet made any indication of new video cards or particularly relevant announcements.

To be clear, NVIDIA may be concentrating on consumer market technologies as well as artificial intelligence (AI), a field in which it surely leads the way at the moment. Of course, it’s not impossible that the business is holding off on releasing the new video cards until after one of the most important international occasions.

As always, nothing has been officially announced, therefore we advise you to treat all of the information with caution. Conventional rumours state that NVIDIA will likely unveil two or three new gaming GPUs. The GeForce RTX 4070 Super, GeForce 4080 Super, and GeForce 4070 Ti Super are the ones that have surfaced thus far; however, even insiders are still unsure about the latter.

It appears that the other two might employ the instantly more advanced chips, but the GeForce RTX 4070 Super would continue to use an AD104 chip. The specifications, which were leaked by kopite7kimi, indicate that the RTX 4080 Super will likely use an AD102 chip, which is the same as the RTX 4090, while the RTX 4070 Ti will use a smaller AD103 chip and sit just below the RTX 4080.

We stress once more that there is no guarantee that the cards will truly hit stores and that these are merely rumours. It is conceivable that the chipmaker is considering the Super versions because manufacturers are always assessing novel options. It’s not guaranteed, though, that they will be put into production and made available. All that’s left to do is wait until CES to find out if NVIDIA will make room in their lineup for the updated Ada Lovelace series.