At this stage, there is very little to suggest that NVIDIA isn’t working on releasing, quite literally, Super versions of its GeForce RTX 30 series GPUs for both mobile and desktop system, and that the company is very likely to announce the new series during CES 2022 that is happening in January next year. Now, in what could be a simple mistake or pre-emptive move, evidence of an RTX 3080 Super has appeared, courtesy of HP.
Specifically, the alleged RTX 3080 Super GPU was listed in the product specifications list of an Envy 34, an All-In-One (AIO) desktop system that HP currently has listed on its official site. It should be pointed out that the product specification list isn’t detailed and is, in fact, quite limited. Of course, it does contain the important bits, which is the RTX 3080 Super, naturally. On a somewhat related note, it should also be pointed that the RTX 3080 Super in the Envy 34 is not a desktop GPU and is more likely to be a mobile GPU.
The list tells us that HP’s upcoming Envy 34 will also be powered by an 8-core, 11th generation Intel Core i9 CPU and that the integrated display is a 34-inch, 5K, ultra-wide panel, with a 21:9 aspect ratio. That, and it also has a detachable and movable web camera.
As for the internals of the GPUs, very little is known of NVIDIA’s Super GPUs, but the word online is that the GPU maker is planning on making a GA103 GPU for said graphics card, which is a step down from the current GA102 used in both the RTX 3080 and RTX 3080 Ti.