Leaker @kimi7kop is confident that “Super” is the moniker NVIDIA has chosen for its refreshed RTX GPU lineup with faster memory. That is, we’re getting a 2080 Super, 2070 Super, and 2060 Super. The upgraded 2080 is predicted to have 3072 CUDA Cores with 16 Gbps memory, while the new 2070 could get 2560 CUDA cores with 14 Gbps memory.
2080 super 3072SP 16Gbps— kimi7kop (@kimi7kop) June 6, 2019
Confirmed. Idiot name.
maybe TU104-450, PG181
In my opinion, the nvidia super family is— kimi7kop (@kimi7kop) June 6, 2019
“2080 super 3072 TU104-450 16Gbps 8G,
2070 super 2560 TU104-410 14Gbps 8G,
2060 super 2176 TU106-410 ??Gbps ?G”.
2080Ti do not have a new chip(still 4352 16Gbps 11G).
Nvidia released their RTX 2080 graphics card without fully utilizing their GT104 silicon, making the idea of a refined RTX 2080 “Super” series graphics card more than feasible, especially given the availability of faster GDDR6 memory modules. Whether Nvidia feels the need to release such a graphics card remains to be seen.