NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090, 4080 16GB, & 4080 12GB Specs, Price, Release Date

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NVIDIA just touted the new GeForce RTX 4090, RTX 4080 16GB, and RTX 4080 12GB. The new cards use the Ada Lovelace GPU architecture and are valued at $900 for the 4080 12GB, $1200 for the RTX 4080 16GB, and $1600 for the RTX 4090 24GB cards. NVIDIA moreover proclaimed DLSS 3, which is a major step alteration over DLSS 2 and could have wider-reaching implications outside of just the GPU space (and could impact CPU bottlenecked scenarios as well). We also briefly talk about some of the architectural changes, but we’ll leave most of those until after NVIDIA’s architectural briefing with the press.

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Just before NVIDIA’s keynote, AMD announced that its RDNA 3 GPU architecture will be detailed on November 3, 2022. NVIDIA’s release date for the RTX 4090 is October 12th, with the RTX 4080 set to come out in November.


00:00 – NVIDIA RTX 4090 & 4080 Launch
01:15 – RTX 4090 24GB Price & Release Date
03:04 – RTX 4080 12GB & 16GB Price, Release Date
04:20 – Specs of RTX 4090, RTX 4080 16GB, RTX 4080 12GB
09:28 – Important About the RTX 4080 12GB
10:42 – NVIDIA Sends a Message to Partners
12:03 – Ada GPU Architecture
14:06 – DLSS 3 vs. DLSS 2
15:19 – Power Efficiency & Conclusion

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  1. EVGA DROPPED NVIDIA. Learn why in our exclusive report: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cV9QES-FUAM
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  2. RIP SLI/3DFX OFFICIALLY…. 1994 – 2022


  3. 4080 12GB is in badder shape than the 6700xt 12GB when that launched… Just look at these prices. Either way though, Nvidia and AMD and the game developers goal is to sell you these high pricEformance cards.
    “Msfs2020 gets 130 Vs 55fps so buy the 40 series card at this ridiculous price because our previous ones couldn’t do that and they are cheap so just buy this trash”
    And next year we’ll have a card thats 6x the performance but at 150x the price of our previous card…wait is that a market crash ? Ok remortgage your house because this one’s going to sell for 500x the amount and yep you’ve guessed it, your getting just twice the performance”….

  4. I massively appreciate all of the hard work you guys do for us.

  5. So you guys got a peak at EVGAs engineering samples eh?

  6. DLSS3 Frame Generation sounds like the worst possible solution regarding input lag and ‘current game state’ latency, just to provide a fake FPS number. The real gains from high FPS is that you see the REAL game state sooner and can react to it faster. For frame generation to provide any value it would need to predict new frames from the latest state which also take into account the latest user input this is hard or impossible and not what they seem to be doing…

  7. Its deflating. I have been using a 1070 for 6+ years now and was hopeful for an upgrade and a reasonable good deal. Fuck me I guess.

  8. JonathanH900 known Former AndreasH900

    pascal fo 20 seriees XD

  9. Nvidia is smoking if they think people will keep paying that much for GPU In 2022 lol they are going to learn this in the hard way

  10. When greed is all you have left in you that’s when you sell stuff at such price

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