Details of NVIDIA’s alleged GeForce RTX 30 Super Series graphics card lineup seems to have made their way online. The leak comes after another “leak” by HP, detailing an RTX 3080 Super, which was posted on the landing page of its Envy 34 AIO PC.
The leak comes by way of prominent leakster kopite7kimi (@kopite7kimi), whose list includes Geforce RTX 30 series cards across the board, from the entry-level RTX 3060 to the top-tier RTX 3090. Additionally, the list also includes the alleged CUDA core count on each card, respectively, plus the amount of graphics memory.
It should be noted that in the same tweet, kopite7kime expresses doubt for some of the cards listed, especially for the 3090 Super. Another card that it is skeptical about is the RTX 3070 Super; the card seemingly has just as many cores as the original RTX 3070, but sports GDDR6X memory like its Ti counterpart, rather than GDDR6.
Let's make a summary.
3090S 10752 24GB G6X
3080S 8960 12GB G6X
3070S 5888 8G G6X
3060S 5632 12G G6
Although I doubt the specs of some of them and the name of 90S.
— kopite7kimi (@kopite7kimi) September 22, 2021
Once again, kopite7kimi’s tweet is merely hearsay and a rumour at this stage and as always, NVIDIA has not commented on the rumour and it is unlikely that it will do so, given its stance about commenting on unfinished or unreleased products. Chances are, we’ll just have to wait until CES 2022 next year to hear more about the new Super GPUs.