We reported a short while back that the Super cards might be Ti variants of the existing 20-series cards. Well, it seems like they might not be called “Ti” after all. Instead, the newer GPUs will come with a “Super” suffix. Yeah I know, sounds very cheesy, but time will tell if this info is correct or wrong.

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Super: 3072 Cores, 8GB 16Gbps GDDR6 VRAM

NVIDIA GeForce RTX Super Specs

So, according to this little leak, all three RTX cards will get a bump in the core count, but the 2080 will also get faster 16Gbps GDDR6 memory. This will bring the GeForce RTX 2080 Super to 3072 Cores, enabling the entire TU104 die, resulting in a potential performance jump of 20-25%. Next is the RTX 2070 Super (yeah, hope they don’t go with “super”) which will feature the same 2560 shaders as the purported 2070 Ti, a step higher than the standard RTX 2070, with slightly higher clocks while the memory remains unchanged.

GeForce RTX 2060 Super: 2176 CUDA Cores, 8GB 14Gbps GDDR6 VRAM

The RTX 2060 Super will also get a healthy shader boost of 250 Cores, bringing the core count up to 2176 (from 1920). Strangely, this leak claims that the refreshed 2060 will feature 8GB memory, meaning that the bus interface might be scaled up to 256-bit as well. This should make the RTX 2060 Super considerably faster than the vanilla 2060~ up to 30% in some cases.

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NVIDIA RTX 20 Super Pricing

The post mentions the prices in Chinese Yuan, but after converting to US$, we get the same result as predicted by multiple outlets over the past week. The new RTX 20 series cards will retail at the original prices of their “non-Super” counterparts, while the existing ones will get a price cut of $50-100. These cards will probably hit the market around the same time as the Radeon RX 5000 or Navi cards, so I’d say July will be the official launch date.

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