7199 yuan! Is the RTX4080 12G a really fragrant 40 series?

time:2022-09-27 05:23:02 source:scripttoolbox.com author:Tablet PC
7199 yuan! Is the RTX4080 12G a really fragrant 40 series?

At 23:00 last night, Huang Renxun announced the prices and specifications of the two GeForce RTX 4080/90 graphics cards at the NVIDIA GTC conference. The details are as follows: RTX 4090, 16,384 CUDA cores, 24GB of video memory, 384 bits of video memory, and a public version of the country. The regional guide price is 12,999 yuan; RTX 4080 16G version, 9,728 CUDA cores, 256-bit video memory width, the public version of the country guide price is 9,499 yuan; RTX 4080 12G version, 7,680 CUDA cores, 192-bit video memory width, public The national guide price is 7,199 yuan. It should be noted here that the two versions of the 4080 have different CUDA quantities and video memory bit widths. In the past, they were basically named two series, such as 4070ti or 4070. But this time Nvidia did not do this. There are speculations that it is related to the difficulty in cleaning up the 30-series inventory. In addition, there was an EVGA turmoil before, and it seems that Nvidia’s 30-series price reduction is still very difficult. So now on the market, the 30-series cards up to 3080 are all within 5,500 yuan, which is a big price gap. It is estimated that according to the rhythm of NVIDIA, it will wait until the inventory of the 30 series is almost digested before launching a special 4070 and 4060, as well as various enhanced versions of Ti. So now it's obvious: if you don't want to wait, you can directly sell the 30-series card. The 40-series doesn't have a mining card, but the initial price is not cheap. The advantage is performance and DLSS3.0 support. The test is the banknote ability. If you want to be a waiting party, you will have to wait a long time... Because there are still millions of mining cards to hit the market, the digestion speed of the 30 series will be very slow, and the real dessert 4060 of the 40 series will be very slow to serve. After all, Nvidia also has to consider the interests of graphics card companies. (8023280)

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