According to a recent claim from MEGAsizeGPU, Nvidia intends to release an improved RTX 4080 in early 2024 at the same price as the standard 4080.
According to the rumor, the 4080 Super or 4080 Ti might be the latest RTX 4080. Since it would fit better with Nvidia’s current lineup of Ada Lovelace chips, it is more likely to be a 4080 Ti.
The upcoming GeForce RTX 4080 Ti will use the AD102 GPU core, which offers a slightly improved core configuration compared to the vanilla RTX 4080, regardless of the label it receives. This new model’s TGP (Total Graphics Power) rating is expected to be 450W, with a real power usage most likely ranging between 380 and 420W.
Additionally, there’s a chance that the memory configuration will be updated, possibly offering a 320-bit memory interface and 20 GB of VRAM as opposed to the current RTX 4080’s 256-bit interface and 16 GB of VRAM. The performance and specification gap between the RTX 4080 and RTX 4090 versions is intended to be closed by this new card.
As previously reported, the price is anticipated to be in the same range as the current RTX 4080, which is priced at about $1199. This suggests that the RTX 4080’s official pricing may also be reduced to $999.