NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 laptop GPUs to go SUPER in early 2021

Posted on Wednesday, Jul 07 2021 @ 09:23 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
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There's still very little news about the future GPU architectures from both AMD and NVIDIA. It seems that in the short-term, we shouldn't expect much more than a refresh of the current product series.

RTX 30 SUPER GPUs in Q1 2022?

Today, word is spreading that NVIDIA is working on better versions of its existing laptop GPUs. According to known Twitter leaker greymon55, the green team will roll out GeForce RTX 30 SUPER series GPUs in early 2022.

At the moment, the feature set of the RTX 30 SUPER series is unknown. According to a different leak, published by VideoCardz, these new GPUs will retain the same memory size as the current models. There is some talk about a GA103 GPU though, which could feature more CUDA cores.
The current version of RTX 3080 Laptop GPU already features the full GA104, which raises a question about what could possibly RTX 3080 SUPER Laptop GPU have. This is where GA103 rumors come in, a GPU that was first teased by @kopite7kimi. The status of this GPU is unclear, as the leaker himself speculated that it could have been canceled at some point. The new rumors of RTX 30 SPER refresh suggest that might not be the case. The GA103 GPU would feature more CUDA cores and would primarily be focusing on mobile GPUs.
It's unknown if NVIDIA also plans GeForce RTX 30 SUPER cards for the desktop market.


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