Rumors are going around that NVIDIA will announce its GeForce RTX 20 SUPER lineup next week. VideoCardz heard NVIDIA's partners are just getting informed about this refresh and that retail availability of the cards is expected by mid-July.
What’s important, however, the GeForce RTX 20 Super series will not launch till mid-July. NVIDIA has only just started talking to AIBs about the new series, and the time for a Turing refresh preparation is obviously still required.
Cards will likely use the same custom designs as the current Turing-based models. In terms of pricing, you can expect the same MSRPs as the current RTX 20 series. The latter will remain on the market and will receive a price cut.
The main difference between the RTX 20 and the RTX 20 SUPER lineup is the number of CUDA cores and some changes to the memory. The RTX 2060 SUPER gets upgraded from 1920 cores to 2176 cores and now has 8GB GDDR6 memory instead of 6GB. The RTX 2070 SUPER gets 2560 cores instead of 2304 cores, and the RTX 2080 SUPER has 3072 cores instead of 2944. The latter also sees a boost in GDDR6 memory clockspeed, from 14Gbps to 16Gbps.