Leaked Launch Details for RTX 4080 & 4070 Super; Mistaken Listing of 4090

Nvidia’s RTX 40 Super series graphics cards are on the verge of release! Anticipated to unveil during CES 2024, details of the RTX 4070 Super, RTX 4070 Ti Super, and RTX 4080 Super models have surfaced, providing insights into their respective launch dates and embargo lift for product reviews and unboxing.

This recent leak, reported by Videocardz, hasn’t disclosed the source but appears to contain official communication slated for distribution to various media outlets ahead of the Nvidia RTX 40 Super graphics cards launch.

RTX 4070 Super, RTX 4080 Super, and RTX 4070 Ti Super Launch Details Leaked | Source: Videocardz

According to the leaked information, the product announcement for all RTX 40 Super GPUs is scheduled for January 8th, 2023, at 9 AM (PST). However, Nvidia has set slightly varying release dates for the new graphics cards after their unveiling. Here are the exact launch dates for the RTX 4070 Super, RTX 4070 Ti Super, and RTX 4080 Super as mentioned in the leak:

VideoCardz also suggests the existence of other planned models not included in this leak. It’s rumored that Nvidia might introduce an RTX 4090D (China-exclusive) and an RTX 3060 (6GB VRAM) GPU as well. Overall, January 2024 is shaping up to be an exciting period for Nvidia with the imminent launch of numerous RTX 40 Super graphics cards!

Anticipated as slightly more performant, these ‘Super‘ GPUs are awaited with curiosity regarding Nvidia’s enhancements in performance compared to their non-Super counterparts. Alongside potential performance upgrades, there’s an expectation of increased VRAM capacity for the RTX Super GPUs set to debut at CES 2024. The extent of these improvements, both in performance and VRAM, remains to be seen until their official release.

RTX 4090 Super Accidentally Leaked; Not an Upcoming Release

In an unexpected turn, a leak involving a European retailer showcased multiple listings for RTX 4090 Super graphics cards, although these listings have since been removed. When available, Videocardz reported the existence of 24 distinct RTX 4090 Super graphics card listings on the retailer’s website.

This likely appears to have been an error on the part of the retailer. According to previous leaks, the RTX 4090 Super isn’t an upcoming Nvidia GPU. It’s anticipated that the RTX 4080 Super, while following the RTX 4090 in the product lineup, might not match its colossal 24GB GDDR6 VRAM capacity in terms of performance.

As more details surface about Nvidia’s RTX 40 Super graphics cards, we’ll keep you updated. Are you considering upgrading your GPU with this refresh from Nvidia? Share your plans and opinions in the comments section below!

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