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NVIDIA’s RTX 40 SUPER Series: Leaked Slide Unveils Impressive Performance Gains and Value Boost Against Non-SUPER Lineup

Recently an alleged presentation slide showcasing performance statistics and value differentials for NVIDIA's upcoming GeForce...

NVIDIA’s RTX 40 SUPER Series: Leaked Slide Unveils Impressive Performance Gains and Value Boost Against Non-SUPER Lineup

Recently an alleged presentation slide showcasing performance statistics and value differentials for NVIDIA’s upcoming GeForce RTX 40 SUPER GPU family has surfaced. The purported presentation was reportedly made to retailers in Vietnam by a major Add-In-Board (AIB) partner, providing a sneak peek into what consumers can anticipate from the highly anticipated RTX 40 SUPER series.

The newly unveiled GPU family comprises three distinct products – the RTX 4080 SUPER, RTX 4070 Ti SUPER, and RTX 4070 SUPER. NVIDIA has officially announced these additions, accompanied by details on specifications, pricing, and insights into the expected performance levels. One of the central talking points surrounding these GPUs is their value proposition, with prices either matching or being $200 less than their non-SUPER counterparts. Remarkably, this cost efficiency is accompanied by a notable boost in performance, reaching up to a 15% increase in some instances.

The leaked presentation slide from the AIB partner, intended for retailers, provides a comparative analysis of the relative performance and value of the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 SUPER series against a range of non-SUPER RTX 40 and RTX 30 GPUs. Notably, the performance figures are reported to be based on Non-DLSS (Frame-Gen) performance, ensuring a fair and direct comparison that gamers can use as a basis for making informed decisions.

According to the information gleaned from the presentation, the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4080 SUPER stands out with an 8.8% performance uplift over its non-SUPER counterpart, the RTX 4080. Similarly, the RTX 4070 Ti SUPER and RTX 4070 SUPER exhibit performance improvements of 12% and 10%, respectively, when compared to the non-SUPER variants. It’s important to note that the comparison involves partner cards, which may feature factory overclocks, potentially leading to slight performance variations compared to NVIDIA’s Founders Edition models.

The focus on value is highlighted in the presentation, revealing that the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070 SUPER leads the pack in terms of performance per dollar in the GPU lineup. Following closely, the RTX 4070 Ti SUPER secures the third position, while the RTX 4080 SUPER claims the fourth spot. This indicates a significant value enhancement across the SUPER variants, offering gamers an attractive proposition of superior performance without a substantial increase in price.

Despite the enticing information presented in the alleged slide, it’s important to approach these performance numbers with caution, as they are currently considered rumors. The absence of certain details and testing methodologies leaves room for uncertainty. However, with the imminent launch of the first graphics card in the series, the GeForce RTX 4070 SUPER, enthusiasts and industry experts alike eagerly await the official release to assess how the NVIDIA lineup truly stacks up against the competition and the existing RTX 40 series.

In the meantime, Daniel Owen discusses the price-to-performance values of the upcoming cards in a video, adding to the anticipation surrounding the release.

As the tech community counts down the weeks to the launch, the alleged performance figures continue to fuel speculation and excitement, setting the stage for a highly competitive landscape in the GPU market.

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