NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 4080 16GB graphics card has been listed on Newegg ahead of the November launch. Based on the AD103 die, the GPU features 9,728 FP32 cores alongside a 16GB GDDR6X memory buffer across a 256-bit bus. The GPU has a base clock of 2,205MHz with a boost of 2,505MHz, while the memory runs at 22.4Gbps. The GDDR6X memory is backed by 64MB of L2 cache with a TGP of 320W.
The SKU is a triple fan PNY Gaming Verto with one HDMI 2.1 and three DisplayPorts v1.4. It will launch sometime next month with a price tag of $1,199, the same as the RTX 3080 Ti. Unfortunately, the raw performance uplift is hardly worthy of the term, “next-gen”: