NVIDIA RTX 4080 Super video cards: Are these the most likely technical details?

According to reports, NVIDIA is testing a minimum of three new GeForce RTX 40 Super graphics cards. But as of right now, the RTX 4080 Super appears to be the only one that is for sure, with the RTX 4070 Ti Super remaining improbable.

The famous leaker kopite7kimi, who is renowned for being trustworthy when it comes to NVIDIA, has revealed what may be Ada Lovelace Refresh’s specs. There would specifically be other “Super” edition SKUs of the GPU family targeted at gamers under consideration, but as of right now, the GeForce RTX 4080 Super is the only one that looks almost definite. With all 10,240 CUDA Cores engaged, the latter should retain the same chip as the top of the range, the AD103-300. Kopite refrained from commenting on the memory configuration; however, given the reports, an upgrade to 20 GB is improbable.

The RTX 4070 Ti Super, which is said to be the first video card to use both suffixes, is less certain. Rumour has it that it may feature an AD103-275 chip or possibly an AD102-175 with 48MB L2 cache and 8448 active CUDA Cores.

Lastly, the GeForce RTX 4070 Super would be able to utilise either the AD103-175, which is an AD104-350 variation that has 7168 active CUDA Cores, or the AD104-350 chip, which is an AD104-350 variant that also has 48 MB of second level cache.

We remind you that these are rumours and there is no guarantee that the products listed will make it to market, as is customary in these situations. Above all, the leaker has serious concerns regarding the GeForce RTX 4070 Ti Super. On the other hand, kopite claims that the official announcement is still a few weeks away, so some information may already be available in the next days.