NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090, 4080 16GB, & 4080 12GB Specs, Price, Release Date

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NVIDIA just announced the new GeForce RTX 4090, RTX 4080 16GB, and RTX 4080 12GB. The new cards use the Ada Lovelace GPU architecture and are priced at $900 for the 4080 12GB, $1200 for the RTX 4080 16GB, and $1600 for the RTX 4090 24GB cards. In this video, we also talk about the specs — like CUDA core count, RT (ray tracing) performance expectations, power utilization and consumption targets, and memory bandwidth. NVIDIA additionally announced DLSS 3, which is a major step revision over DLSS 2 and could have wider-reaching implications outside of just the GPU space (and could impact CPU bottlenecked scenarios as well). We also briefly talk about some of the architectural changes, but we’ll leave most of those until after NVIDIA’s architectural briefing with the press.

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Just before NVIDIA’s keynote, AMD announced that its RDNA 3 GPU architecture will be detailed on November 3, 2022. NVIDIA’s release date for the RTX 4090 is October 12th, with the RTX 4080 set to come out in November.


00:00 – NVIDIA RTX 4090 & 4080 Launch
01:15 – RTX 4090 24GB Price & Release Date
03:04 – RTX 4080 12GB & 16GB Price, Release Date
04:20 – Specs of RTX 4090, RTX 4080 16GB, RTX 4080 12GB
09:28 – Important About the RTX 4080 12GB
10:42 – NVIDIA Sends a Message to Partners
12:03 – Ada GPU Architecture
14:06 – DLSS 3 vs. DLSS 2
15:19 – Power Efficiency & Conclusion

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