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Nvidia Rumored To Launch RTX 4090 First, RTX 4080 & 70 To Follow

Nvidia is reputed to send off RTX 4090 first, RTX 4080 and RTX 4070 to follow
Will the RTX 4080 land in August?

With rumours pointing to a potential July announcement date for Nvidia's next-generation RTX 4000 series, the big question consumers want to know is which card will arrive first. According to one notable leaker, it will be the flagship RTX 4090.

As reported by VideoCardz, prolific Twitter leaker Kopite7kimi claims that they have "confirmed" Nvidia will be taking a different approach to Ada Lovelace's release sequence compared to Ampere.

With the ongoing age of cards, the RTX 3080 showed up first, on September 17, 2020, trailed by the RTX 3090 on September 24, then the RTX 3070 on October 29. Kopite7kimi claims that with Lovelace, Nvidia will deliver the backward request of force (and cost): RTX 4090 first, trailed by the RTX 4080 and the RTX 4070.

Accepting Nvidia involves a similar delivery rhythm as Ampere and the RTX 4000 series is declared in mid-July, the RTX 4090 could send off in August. The RTX 4080 could show up around the same time, with the RTX 4070 arriving in September.

This is all gossip, obviously, however, Nvidia has supposedly been zeroing in on its advancement on the AD102 GPU found in the RTX 4090, further recommending the top item will land first. The card is said to include 96MB of L2 store, multiple times more than its ancestor, and a TGP of 600W or more.

The RTX 4080, in the meantime, is said to utilize the AD103 GPU close by 16GB GDDR6X while highlighting a 400W TGP. What's more, the RTX 4070 will utilize an AD104 GPU, 12GB of GDDR6 memory, and a 300W TGP.

Ideally, we'll see whether the delivery timetables and spec bits of gossip are exact in half a month. With GPU costs proceeding to fall and accessibility improving, the RTX 4000 series is looking really invigorating.

Source: Techspot