Nvidia RTX 4080 spotted: bad photoshop or special design choice?

Nvidia RTX 4080 spotted: bad photoshop or special design choice?
Nvidia RTX 4080 spotted: bad photoshop or special design choice?

A photo of an alleged Nvidia RTX 4080 has been circulating on Twitter. While no specs have been revealed, both similarities and notable differences can be identified between this model and its predecessors in the RTX 3000 series.

Spot the differences: the RTX 4080 and the existing RTX 3090 Ti.

For example, the card seems to have a thickness of about three expansion slots, which corresponds to the Founders Edition of the RTX 3090 (Ti). The overall design appears to have remained the same, although a new fan is used that may provide higher static pressure. The most notable feature is the font: where the RTX 30 models use the same font for the model name, in this case different ones are used for ‘RTX’ and ‘4080’.

At first glance, it appears to be a bad photoshop, although Videocardz has discovered that the 4080 portion corresponds to the new Nvidia Sans NALA font used on Team Green’s website. The image below shows that this font and the caption of the photo appear almost identical.

According to the latest rumors, the RTX 4080 will be equipped with 9,728 cuda cores and 16 GB of gddr6x memory with a speed of 23 Gbps. With an expected TGP of 340 watts, it would consume 20 watts more than its predecessor, although the upcoming Lovelace GPU should perform considerably better. In the corridors, a TimeSpy Extreme score of about 15,000 points is mentioned, 86% more than the average of the RTX 3080.

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