Wednesday, September 22nd 2021

NVIDIA RTX 30 SUPER Series Specifications Rumored

The NVIDIA RTX 30 SUPER series is expected to be announced by the company early next year in January at CES 2022. We have now received a list of rumored specifications for the upcoming family from kopite7kimi who correctly revealed the RTX 30 series. The list includes four desktop cards with the RTX 3060 SUPER, 3070 SUPER, 3080 SUPER, and 3090 SUPER. The RTX 3060 SUPER is listed as featuring 5632 CUDA cores paired with 12 GB of GDDR6 memory which is a considerable increase from the 4864 CUDA cores and 8 GB of memory found on the RTX 3060 Ti.

The RTX 3070 SUPER appears to feature less of an upgrade with the core count remaining at 5888 and the memory capacity at 8 GB however this will be upgraded from GDDR6 to GDDR6X. The RTX 3080 SUPER will receive 8960 CUDA and 12 GB of GDDR6X memory compared to the 8704 cores and 10 GB memory on the RTX 3080. The new flagship consumer card will be the RTX 3090 SUPER with an extra 256 CUDA cores for a total of 10752 and 24 GB of GDDR6X memory. These specifications are only rumors with the leaker stating that they doubt some of them so we will have to wait for further leaks until we can know with certainty.
Source: @kopite7kimi (via VideoCardz)
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30 Comments on NVIDIA RTX 30 SUPER Series Specifications Rumored

#1
Tardian
My guess is 1,500 AUD for the 3060 'SUPER'.
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#2
dicobalt
I know, I'm going to sell my 3060 Ti right now while I can get top dollar, then I will buy the 3060 Super when it comes out! Solid plan!
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#3
RealKGB
So there's almost no difference between a 3070/SUPER/Ti?

But why?

I mean the 3070 Ti was already not too great above the 3070, and now there's the 3070 SUPER shoved between them.
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#4
Exyvia
If it's still built on Samsung 8nm - that's a no go for me. 7nm would of been nice.
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#5
HisDivineOrder
My guess on pricing is as follows:

3060 SUPER - $999.99
3060 Ti SUPER - $1499.99
3070 SUPER - $1799.99
3070 Ti SUPER - $2799.99
3080 SUPER - $3999.99
3080 Ti SUPER - $7999.99
3090 SUPER - $14999.99

Oh, and every 3090 would be bundled with a personalized letter from Jen thanking you via form letter and pre-printed signature for helping him buy his twenty-fifth super-yacht.

Same day, I'm sure they'll introduce the brand new 3050 ($499.99) and the 3050 Ti (649.99), too. These'll bring "next-gen" 1080p gaming to the masses, you see.
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#6
windwhirl
ExyviaIf it's still built on Samsung 8nm - that's a no go for me. 7nm would of been nice.
Forget it, TSMC is probably booked completely for months to go still. Apple and AMD are hogging it all :laugh:
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#7
Exyvia
windwhirlForget it, TSMC is probably booked completely for months to go still. Apple and AMD are hogging it all :laugh:
Was actually inferring that it was still Samsung 7nm, since they're on 5nm for mobile. Although yields for these bigger chips would be questionable.
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#8
qcmadness
I don't need a Super card.
I only need an in-stock card.
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#9
eidairaman1
The Exiled Airman
RealKGBSo there's almost no difference between a 3070/SUPER/Ti?

But why?

I mean the 3070 Ti was already not too great above the 3070, and now there's the 3070 SUPER shoved between them.
Just another pointless card.
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#10
olymind1
HisDivineOrderMy guess on pricing is as follows:

3060 SUPER - $999.99
3060 Ti SUPER - $1499.99
3070 SUPER - $1799.99
3070 Ti SUPER - $2799.99
3080 SUPER - $3999.99
3080 Ti SUPER - $7999.99
3090 SUPER - $14999.99

Oh, and every 3090 would be bundled with a personalized letter from Jen thanking you via form letter and pre-printed signature for helping him buy his twenty-fifth super-yacht.

Same day, I'm sure they'll introduce the brand new 3050 ($499.99) and the 3050 Ti (649.99), too. These'll bring "next-gen" 1080p gaming to the masses, you see.
The sarcasm is strong in this one.

But you're probably right, they will announce it for ~200-250, but shops will sell for 500 of course, and not directly form Nvidia so they could sell for double the money.
qcmadnessI don't need a Super card.
I only need an in-stock card.
And be it at near MSRP.

The 3060 12gb wouldn't be that bad a card for me if I could buy it at near MSRP price.
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#11
lemoncarbonate
qcmadnessI don't need a Super card.
I only need an in-stock card.
Don't forget with the right price (MSRP or whatever).

I don't need an in-stock card with double or triple the price. PC gaming is slowly becoming a hobby for the rich. Wait, it already is right now... my bad..
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#12
Chomiq
SUPER's are around the corner meanwhile I'm still stuck in the middle of EVGA queue (which of course have no problems with delivering units to retailers in EU with scalped prices).
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#13
Testsubject01
qcmadnessI don't need a Super card.
I only need an in-stock card.*
*at a sane and affordable price.

:D


B2T: In a non-crypto market, it would make sense to release a refresh on a slightly improved node with some incorporated developments, fixes, added VRAM and Cores, since AMD pushed back RDNA 3 and ZEN 4 to Q4 2022 / Q1 2023. Also, they have something current on the market for the release of Intel's ARC line up in Q1 2022.
But it most likely is just there to officially sunset the base model's and introduce a new, higher MSRP to cash in more on the mining/scalper craze, further cementing the current prize structure as the new normal.
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#14
nguyen
ChomiqSUPER's are around the corner meanwhile I'm still stuck in the middle of EVGA queue (which of course have no problems with delivering units to retailers in EU with scalped prices).
What you getting?
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#15
pavle
Is that like Big gay Al SUPER?!
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#16
RidiculousOwO
I think RTX 30 series have the most confusing specs ever. Look, he gave 12 GB of vram to 3060 which never make full use of that much while he gave 8 GB to 3070 (Ti) which could need more than that, and now he is rumoured to add 6 more GB to the last-season 2060... And of course, I know he has other purposes but never for gamers.
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#17
Vayra86
RealKGBSo there's almost no difference between a 3070/SUPER/Ti?

But why?

I mean the 3070 Ti was already not too great above the 3070, and now there's the 3070 SUPER shoved between them.
Some arcane combination of maximizing chip usage/bins/memory configs/buses and just Nvidia being Nvidia, more product is more sales, simple. They know they'll sell every single one anyway. There is almost no stack of Nvidia product lately that hasn't got weird gaps and overpopulated slots.
lemoncarbonateDon't forget with the right price (MSRP or whatever).

I don't need an in-stock card with double or triple the price. PC gaming is slowly becoming a hobby for the rich. Wait, it already is right now... my bad..
Only in the eyes of the beholder.

PC Gaming is still not overly expensive, you just need to have a GPU. You don't need a fast one. The PC library is so rich you can go back anywhere in time and find something similar, something better, or something different. You can mod content to any degree you like. There is endless amounts of free stuff to play. Even an IGP is powerful enough to run legacy stuff extremely well.

A bit of creativity gets you places and the PC was always for a wide range of income groups and kinds of players. It is just diversifying, but the top end will never make strides without letting everyone else tag along - after all, developers will need a market to make money. And in this way, the PC platform will always remain afloat. Too many things too big to fail are invested here, and the market for gaming is bigger than ever - also on the PC, there is more revenue + potential than there's ever been.

Heck, if push comes to shove you'll just create your own content for it, right? This is also why its so important to own content rather than get it on-demand through services.
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#18
Parn
If these leaked specs are true, the only worthwhile one out of the pack is the 3060 SUPER. The most pointless has to be the 3070 SUPER.
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#19
arni-gx
HisDivineOrderMy guess on pricing is as follows:

3060 SUPER - $999.99
3060 Ti SUPER - $1499.99
3070 SUPER - $1799.99
3070 Ti SUPER - $2799.99
3080 SUPER - $3999.99
3080 Ti SUPER - $7999.99
3090 SUPER - $14999.99

Oh, and every 3090 would be bundled with a personalized letter from Jen thanking you via form letter and pre-printed signature for helping him buy his twenty-fifth super-yacht.

Same day, I'm sure they'll introduce the brand new 3050 ($499.99) and the 3050 Ti (649.99), too. These'll bring "next-gen" 1080p gaming to the masses, you see.
there is no rtx 3070 ti super or rtx 3080 ti super..... ^^
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#20
neatfeatguy
ChomiqSUPER's are around the corner meanwhile I'm still stuck in the middle of EVGA queue (which of course have no problems with delivering units to retailers in EU with scalped prices).
I feel your pain. I just wanted something, just in case the 980Ti I had decided to quit on me, so I put my name for 3070s, 3080s (end of December because I didn't even know that EVGA had a queue system going for cards until then) and the 3060s when they launched. The 3070 and 3080 queues just aren't moving, they've mostly been stuck around October and September of 2020 timestamps...which means they'll never reach December 27th, where my spot in line is.

Thankfully the XC 3060 has been jumping along and I was able to get one a short while after that model launched, I got myself on the list as soon as it went live for non-elite EVGA members.

Then I kept at it for the newegg shuffle and got EVGA XC 3060Ti as well. Since then I haven't been obsessing over the EVGA queue and it's been a breath of fresh air.

I feel it's a shitty move on Nvidia to introduce yet another set of new GPU skus. This only means that fab process will be stretched out across even more chips for all these different skus....it just, overall, sounds like a another big letdown for those that are still waiting to get something.

As crummy as the newegg shuffles can be, I'd suggest you keep trying at them like I did. Only put your email in on the GPUs that aren't paired with other crap. I still check the shuffles out and I see single GPUs still being offered. You just have to be comfortable with the price they're listed at. I see the MSI/ASUS 3060 cards going for $500+ there, but EVGA will be around $400....same with all other cards from EVGA that show up on the shuffle, they tend to be around $100 less than the other AIBs.

Yesterday there were okay priced GPUs on the shuffle that weren't paired up. A 3060 that was around $500. A 3060Ti that was around $600 and a 3070 that was around $750 or maybe it was $800. Those would be good ones to sign up for if they're what you're after and in a price range you like. Today's shuffle there are few non-paired GPUs, but they're all over a grand. Out of my price range, but maybe good for others.
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#21
Chomiq
neatfeatguyI feel your pain. I just wanted something, just in case the 980Ti I had decided to quit on me, so I put my name for 3070s, 3080s (end of December because I didn't even know that EVGA had a queue system going for cards until then) and the 3060s when they launched. The 3070 and 3080 queues just aren't moving, they've mostly been stuck around October and September of 2020 timestamps...which means they'll never reach December 27th, where my spot in line is.

Thankfully the XC 3060 has been jumping along and I was able to get one a short while after that model launched, I got myself on the list as soon as it went live for non-elite EVGA members.

Then I kept at it for the newegg shuffle and got EVGA XC 3060Ti as well. Since then I haven't been obsessing over the EVGA queue and it's been a breath of fresh air.

I feel it's a shitty move on Nvidia to introduce yet another set of new GPU skus. This only means that fab process will be stretched out across even more chips for all these different skus....it just, overall, sounds like a another big letdown for those that are still waiting to get something.

As crummy as the newegg shuffles can be, I'd suggest you keep trying at them like I did. Only put your email in on the GPUs that aren't paired with other crap. I still check the shuffles out and I see single GPUs still being offered. You just have to be comfortable with the price they're listed at. I see the MSI/ASUS 3060 cards going for $500+ there, but EVGA will be around $400....same with all other cards from EVGA that show up on the shuffle, they tend to be around $100 less than the other AIBs.

Yesterday there were okay priced GPUs on the shuffle that weren't paired up. A 3060 that was around $500. A 3060Ti that was around $600 and a 3070 that was around $750 or maybe it was $800. Those would be good ones to sign up for if they're what you're after and in a price range you like. Today's shuffle there are few non-paired GPUs, but they're all over a grand. Out of my price range, but maybe good for others.
Sadly, no newegg shuffles in Poland ;) Even EVGA queue means shipping from Taiwan.
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#22
TheoneandonlyMrK
This is of no interest to me, I have a brilliant Vega64.
It's the best, better than anything.
Ill never upgrade again.

Sarcasm meter at max
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#23
Soul_
I think Super cards will be focused on mobile lineup, because this generation mobile cards are not the same transistor count as desktop counterparts. Other than increasing the price, nVidia don't have any incentive to release super for desktop cards. But let's see.
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#24
20mmrain
Who F*&king Cares! More cards that you wont be able to afford. And for those who have been around for a long time... know I am an enthusiast. Ill hang on to my GTX1070 FTW for right now until prices come back down!

Sh#ts ridiculous!
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#25
Minus Infinity
The specs of the 3060 S and 3070 S make utterly no sense at all. Just having a 3060 Ti makes no sense at all so close to 3070 in performance and now they make a 3060 S better than 3060 Ti.
Huang is smoking crack if these are true.
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