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NVIDIA RTX 4070 Super, 4070 Ti Super, 4080 Super Specs, Pricing and Release Date

The RTX 4070 Super and 4070 Ti Super increase the shader count and cache, while the latter expands the memory too.

NVIDIA has officially announced its RTX 40 Super lineup, consisting of the RTX 4070 Super, 4070 Ti Super, and the 4080 Super. The three GPUs deliver relatively comparable performance, with price tags of under $1,000. However, some key differences between them are worth noting. Most importantly, the RTX 4080 Super and 4070 Ti Super are based on the AD103, while the RTX 4070 Super leverages the AD104 die. This makes the former more suitable for 4K and the latter for 1440p and 1080p.

NVIDIA RTX 4070 Super, 4070 Ti Super, 4080 Super Specs

The GeForce RTX 4070 Super and the 4070 Ti Super are the highlights. They up the shader count and cache, while the latter expands the memory and bus width as well. The RTX 4080 Super, on the other hand, is more like a rebrand with marginally higher cores and adjusted clocks.

Jan 31, 2024RTX 4080RTX 4080 SuperRTX 4070 TiRTX 4070 Ti SuperRTX 4070RTX 4070 Super
GPUAD103AD103AD104AD103AD104AD104
SMs768060664656
Shaders9,72810,2407,6808,4485,8887,168
VRAM16GB16GB12GB16GB12GB12GB
L2 Cache64MB64MB48MB64MB36MB48MB
Memory bus256-bit256-bit192-bit256-bit192-bit192-bit
Memory Clock22.4Gbps22.4Gbps21Gbps22.4Gbps21Gbps21Gbps
GPU Boost Clock2,505MHz2,550MHz2,610MHz2,610MHz2,475MHz2,475MHz
TBP320W320W285W285W200W220W
MSRP$1,199$999$799$799$599$599

The GeForce RTX 4070 Super will be the first to launch on the 17th of January at an MSRP of $599. It’ll feature 7,168 shaders across 56 SMs, making it 22% denser than the 4070. The L2 cache buffer will increase to 48MB (+12MB) The TBP will be increased by 20W to 220W, while the rest remains the same. Considering how the 4070 performs, the Super should be a very affordable 1440p graphics card.

The RTX 4070 Ti Super will launch on the 24th of January at an MSRP of $799. It’ll pack 8,448 shaders across 66 SMs, 10% more than the vanilla 4070 Ti. It’ll also swap out the 12GB memory buffer for a faster 16GB variant paired with a 256-bit bus. This boosts its bandwidth from “just” 504.2GB/s to 716.8GB/s, making it a viable 4K option well below the $1,000 mark.

The RTX 4080 Super is essentially a discounted 4080 with minimal changes to the specifications. It increases the core count to 10,240, a 5% increase over the existing variant. It also raises the GPU boost clock by 45MHz, leaving everything else unchanged. At an MSRP of $999, it should be a decent 4K card, although we’d have liked the older $699 price tag for the 80-class SKU. It will launch on the 31st of the month.

The GeForce RTX 4070 will continue to exist alongside the newcomers at a discounted price of $549 as a 4060 Ti Super of sorts. Meanwhile, the 4070 Ti Super and 4080 Super will be discontinued in favor of their Super variants.

Areej Syed

Processors, PC gaming, and the past. I have been writing about computer hardware for over seven years with more than 5000 published articles. Started off during engineering college and haven't stopped since. Mass Effect, Dragon Age, Divinity, Torment, Baldur's Gate and so much more... Contact: areejs12@hardwaretimes.com.
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