NVIDIA’s $1,599 GeForce RTX 4090 arrives on October 12th

After months of anticipation and controversy among add-in board partners, NVIDIA’s 40-series GPUs are finally here. The company unveiled the GeForce RTX 4090 and GeForce RTX 4080 at its GTC 2022 keynote today. Taking full advantage of its new “Ada Lovelace” architecture, NVIDIA says the two GPUs offer significantly better ray tracing performance. The company worked with Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) to jointly develop a new “4N” manufacturing process that NVIDIA says is up to two times more energy efficient.

Geforce RTX 4080


The first of NVIDIA’s new Ada Lovelace GPUs will arrive next month when the GeForce RTX 4090 goes on sale on October 12 for $1,599. With 24GB of GDDR6X memory, NVIDIA claims its latest flagship is two to four times faster than the 3090 Ti. Good thing, too, because it starts at $100 more than its predecessor. In addition to the 4090, NVIDIA will offer two different variants of the RTX 4080. The base model, which starts at $899, has 12GB of GDDR6X memory, while the 16GB version costs a cool $1,199. Both configurations will arrive sometime in November. However, NVIDIA will only sell a Founders Edition model of the more expensive model. For the 12GB version, you need to contact the company’s partners.


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