Nvidia's new RTX 4080 TDP is 420W

The RTX 4090 will not be the only 400W+ graphics card in NVIDIA's next-generation graphics card, and the power consumption of the RTX 4080-level graphics card will reach 420W. For comparison, the current RTX 3080 consumes 320W.

According to reports, the RTX 4080 is expected to be equipped with an AD103 GPU, sharing a development board with the RTX 4090 . This may indicate that the AD102 and AD103 are pin compatible, and the graphics card manufacturer may use the same thermal design for both models.

Previously, there was also news that the RTX 4060 TDP would be higher than the current RTX 3070 model, reaching more than 220W . The power consumption of Nvidia's RTX 4090 is expected to be between 450-600W.

From the release of the RTX 30 series, we can see that Nvidia is trading more power for more performance, and the RTX 40 is expected to further increase power consumption. Recently, a DigiTimes report pointed out that Taiwan's cooling component supplier expects its products to have a bright future in the second half of 2022 . Next-generation graphics cards will spur demand for high-performance heatsinks, and high-performance cooling accessories with premium materials will provide suppliers with greater profits.

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