NVIDIA RTX 3090 Super graphics card physical exposure

A player in the NGA community recently found an interesting graphics card. He said that he bought an unpackaged RTX 3090 Ti public version graphics card, but the metal frame of the graphics card radiator reads RTX 3090 super.

In addition, the metal frame of the graphics card is pure black, and the fan is not exactly the same as the original. But in the GPU-Z test, this card shows up as an RTX 3090 Ti, with the same specs, a full GA102 GPU with 10,752 CUDA cores, and even the same device ID.

If this graphics card is not changed by itself, then it is an early version of the RTX 3090 Ti, maybe Nvidia chose the name Ti instead of Super at the last minute. In addition, MEGASizeGPU has revealed one of the few RTX 3080 graphics cards with 20GB of VRAM that has appeared in many leaked roadmaps but has never been released. NVIDIA RTX 3080 includes RTX 3080 10GB, RTX 3080 12GB, and has 8960 CUDA cores.

NVIDIA RTX 40 series graphics cards are expected to be released in September or October. The following is the latest news on RTX 40 series graphics cards for your reference.

  • RTX 4090: 16384 CUDA core, video memory is 24GB 384bit GDDR6X, power consumption is 450W.
  • RTX 4080: 9728 CUDA core, video memory is 16GB 23Gbps 256Bit GDDR6X, power consumption is 340W.
  • RTX 4070: 7680 CUDA core, video memory is 12GB 192bit GDDR6X, Boost frequency 2610MHz, power consumption 285W.

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