Nvidia is waiting to send off an upgraded RTX 4080 in early 2024 at a similar cost as the customary 4080, as per another report from MEGAsizeGPU.
The report suggests that the upcoming RTX 4080 may potentially belong to either the 4080 Super or the 4080 Ti series. There is a higher opportunity for it to be a 4080 Ti since it would adjust better to Nvidia’s ongoing setup of Ada Lovelace contributions.
Whichever name it gets, the impending GeForce RTX 4080 Ti will include the AD102 GPU center, which guarantees a somewhat upgraded center setup contrasted with the vanilla RTX 4080. This new model is expected to have a TGP (Total Graphics Power) rating of 450W, with a useful power utilization probably falling inside the scope of 380-420W
Moreover, there’s the chance of an updated memory setup, possibly offering a 320-bit memory connection point and 20 GB of VRAM, instead of the current RTX 4080, which includes a 256-bit interface point and 16 GB of VRAM. This new card intends to connect the significant exhibition and detail hole that as of now exists between the RTX 4080 and RTX 4090 models.
The pricing, as referenced previously, is supposed to be around a similar ballpark as the current RTX 4080 at around $1199. This implies that we could likewise see an authority cost drop for the RTX 4080 down to $999.
It’s important to take note that the RTX 4080, evaluated at $1199 US, confronted a reaction in the buyer market, principally in view of its negative cost-to-execution ratio. While recent price decreases may possibly help deals somewhat, this card remains one of the less preferred decisions among the RTX 40 series.