[CES 2024] The “NVIDIA SUPER” range unveiled


At 5pm today, NVIDIA unveiled its “SUPER” range of graphics cards at CES 2024 in Las Vegas. As a reminder, part of the team is on site, and you can follow our lives directly on our Discord. Although a lot of information had already leaked out, here’s a summary of NVIDIA’s announcements today.

This is what the NVIDIA board range will look like at the start of 2024. Of course, these are MSRP prices, and therefore also Founders Edition prices, if any. NVIDIA’s partners will also be offering their own models, but mostly at higher prices.

Three new “SUPER” graphics cards:

NVIDIA has unveiled no less than three graphics card models that will now carry the “SUPER” label. Let’s start with the NVIDIA RTX 4070 SUPER, which will take its place in front of the current model, the RTX 4070. The latter will see its MSRP reduced from $599 to $549, as the new RTX 4070 SUPER will be priced at 659 euros ($599). As for the differences between the two models, while the SUPER still retains 12GB of memory, its number of CUDA cores has increased by 20%. It will be available from January 17.

The second card is the NVIDIA RTX 4070 Ti SUPER. It’s rather strange to find the word “Ti” associated with “SUPER”. The arrival of this new model signals the end of production for the RTX 4070 Ti, perhaps due to its placement in the current range. We’ll also see that the arrival of this RTX 4070 Ti SUPER model signals the end of the RTX 4080. NVIDIA has announced an MSRP of 889 euros ($799) for this version, i.e. the same price as the RTX 4070 Ti, with availability on January 24. The good news is that this newcomer benefits from an increase in memory for a total of 16GB. This model is intended for 1440p definition, but should also be able to compete in 4K. Our tests will confirm this. According to NVIDIA’s screenshots, we shouldn’t have any Founders Edition cards on this model.

Finally, let’s close with the NVIDIA RTX 4080 SUPER, which will land on January 31 at the MSRP price of 1109 euros ($999). This is excellent news on the price front, since the RTX 4080 was launched at $1199. As with the RTX 4070 Ti, production of the RTX 4080 will be halted. This is undoubtedly due to the arrival of the RTX 4070 Ti SUPER, which may be too close in performance to its little sister and the RTX 4080. While the amount of memory remains the same, the number of CUDA cores increases from 9,728 to 10,240.

These new models are, of course, compatible with DLSS 3.5. We look forward to seeing you in the coming weeks to discover the performance of these new NVIDIA SUPER models.