NVIDIA's New GeForce RTX 40 SUPER Series: Pricing, Performance, and Availability

NVIDIA is set to launch its new GeForce RTX 40 SUPER series, featuring the 4070 SUPER, 4070 Ti SUPER, and 4080 SUPER graphics cards. The 4070 SUPER is priced at $599, the 4070 Ti SUPER at $799, and the 4080 SUPER at $999, with Founders Edition models available at MSRP. However, custom designs will come with a premium, ranging from $50 to $100 US, as per listings by various US-based retailers. The 4070 SUPER is expected to hit the market first on January 17, followed by the 4070 Ti SUPER on January 24, and the 4080 SUPER on January 31.

NVIDIA claims significant performance increases for the new cards, with the 4070 SUPER outperforming the RTX 3090, the 4080 SUPER being roughly twice as fast as the RTX 3080, and the 4070 Ti SUPER expected to be roughly 2.5 times faster than a 3070 Ti. The 4070 Ti SUPER features 16GB of G6X memory and a 256-bit memory bus, while the 4080 SUPER ships with Nvidia’s full AD103 chip, more CUDA cores, and faster memory at 736GB/s of bandwidth.

The new GPUs will be available in Founders Editions from Nvidia, as well as from third-party manufacturers like Asus, MSI, Gigabyte, and PNY. While the prices of the SUPER series have drawn some criticism for being higher than past generations, the performance gains are substantial, making them an attractive option for gamers and creators alike.

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