In May, NVIDIA showed its gaming GPU, Super just a few days before AMD offered a glimpse of its Navi GPU during the Computex Event 2019. Since then, NVIDIA remained silent about its Super GPUs. And now, VideoCardz claims to have detailed specs and release details for the company’s latest GeForce RTX Super lineup. They appear to be what you’d expect: improved versions of existing RTX chipsets ready to compete with AMD’s Radeon RX 5000 series. The first ones to be out of the gate would be the RTX 2060 Super and RTX 2070 Super. Both of these would be having more cores than their ‘standard’ equivalents without any change in the basic formula. They’d be roughly 15 to 16 percent faster than their predecessors.
The Nvidia RTX 2060 Super, RTX 2070 Super, and RTX 2080 Super are all supposed to debut next week, but the rollout will most probably be staggered. The 2060S and 2070S review bans will lift same-day, with the 2080S following later in July. Each GPU will supposedly be using the GPU from the tier “above” it, but this doesn’t make a lot of sense for the RTX 2060 / 2070 since these two cards are both based on the same physical GPU (TU106). The Inquirer reports that there may also be a 2070 Ti Super and 2080 Ti Super, with their own new GPUs.
Wccftech stated, “NVIDIA’s RTX Super series is set to comprise five gaming GPUs launched in tranches. The company would first launch the RTX 2060 Super, RTX 2070 Super, and RTX 2080 Super GPUs, and then the Ti variants, the RTX 2070 Ti Super and RTX 2080 Ti Super.”
If we are to believe the leak to be true, you’ll be hearing about all the new GPUs on July 2nd, or maybe just days before AMD’s new Radeon hit shelves.