A reliable tipster has leaked the upcoming Nvidia GeForce RTX 4080 & 4070 specs details. These specs suggest a massive performance bump from the previous RTX 30-series, so let’s delve into further details below.
As we all know, the next generation of Nvidia’s RTX graphic cards is on the launch list Nvidia for this year or early next year.
Nvidia 40-Series GPU Might Be 35% Powerful Than 30-Series
According to a reliable tipster named Kopite7kimi, the upcoming RTX 4080 would be around 30% faster than the last year’s 3090 Ti, and its specs make it the next performance beast.
I'm not a chatterbox, but I have to make some updates. I hope you don't mind.
a possible RTX 4080,
256bit 16G 21Gbps GDDR6X
total power ~420W
Now I have completed the latest update for 4090, 4080 and 4070.
— kopite7kimi (@kopite7kimi) August 5, 2022
This graphic card’s codename is Ada Lovelace AD103-300-A1, and it will have 9728 cores. And it will be packed with 64 MB of L2 cache or 48 MB of L2 cache because Nvidia cropped its design.
Now head to the main section, its memory specs, the GeForce RTX 4080 could have 16 GB GDDR6X memory, which can be run at 21 Gbps speeds with a 256-bit.
And rumors suggest it will provide up to 672 GB/s of bandwidth and its power consumption will be higher for this lineup, the TBP is expected to be around 420W.
Besides, the tipster earlier also reported RTX 4080 GPU’s specs, but now he made some changes to his claim because, according to his sources, this GPU will be more powerful than we expected earlier.
Nvidia GeForce RTX 4070 GPU Leaked Specs
The lower variant of RTX 4080 GPU’s spec is also reported by the same leaker, which suggests it will come with 7680 cores, and its power consumption could be 300W.
And its memory will be 12GB GDDR6X which can provide 21Gbps speed, but I don’t expect this much speed from it it will be minor than that.
These GPUs are expected to launch at the end of this year, or maybe Nvidia will launch them in Q1 of 2023. Separately, AMD is planning to launch its next-generation CPUs, which are expected to introduce a huge performance bump.