NVIDIA Rumored to Start Production of GeForce RTX 30 Series SUPER GPUs for Desktops This Quarter


It was recently reported that NVIDIA would be releasing SUPER-charged versions of its GeForce RTX 30 Series GPUs for the mobile market. According to prominent leaker Kopite7kimi, green team is actually planning to release new GeForce RTX 30 Series graphics cards for desktops with the SUPER branding as well. Described as part of an “Ampere Phase 2” initiative, NVIDIA’s new GeForce RTX 30 Series SUPER GPUs will smoothen the transition between its current Ampere generation with the next one, Lovelace, which is rumored to power the GeForce RTX 40 Series. While they won’t be leveraging any sort of node change, NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 30 Series SUPER GPUs are said to feature wider bus interfaces and higher VRAM capacity for increased performance.

NVIDIA didn’t touch the flagship ‘Ti’ models last time around but those may also receive SUPER variants if the RTX 3080 is to get a higher VRAM variant. The card currently supports 10 GB GDDR6X memory but if it is going to get beefed up, the 3080 Ti should also see a memory bump. As for the Titan class ‘RTX 3090’, just like its workstation offerings, the 3090 may also be bumped up to double VRAM but that depends on how well GDDR6X chip availability is by the time the SUPER refresh is announced.

Sources: Kopite7kimi, Wccftech

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