ASUS’ RTX 4070 SUPER Dual has been pictured – 12GB VRAM Confirmed

RTX 4070 SUPER leak confirms the GPU’s 12GB frame buffer

Nvidia are gearing up to launch their RTX 40 SUPER series at CES 2024. At the company’s “Special Address“, gamers can expect to see new GPUs from the green team, and thanks to @momomo_us on X, we have now gotten a glimpse of ASUS’ RTX 4070 SUPER Dual graphics card.

Based on the leaked images of ASUS’ RTX 4070 SUPER Dual, we can see that the graphics card features two fans and a 12VHPWR style power connector. The box of the GPU confirms that the graphics card will feature 12GB of GDDR6X memory. This is just like the company’s RTX 4070 and TX 4070 Ti graphics cards.

Below, we can also see that ASUS’ new Dual graphics cards feature three DisplayPort outputs and a single HDMI output. We can also see that the graphics card features a full-length PCIe 4.0 16x connection. Sadly, the specifications of Nvidia’s new RTX 40 SUPER series GPUs remains unknown.

Right now, we believe that Nvidia’s new RTX 4070 model will feature more CUDA cores and a higher power target than the company’s original RTX 4070 models. This will place Nvidia’s new GPU model ahead of their existing RTX 4070 and below their RTX 4070 Ti. Recent leaks have revealed that Nvidia will reveal their RTX 40 SUPER series GPUs on January 8th. MSRP RTX 4070 SUPER GPU reviews will reportedly be published on January 16th.

There are reports that all new RTX 40 SUPER series graphics cards will feature 12VHPWR-style power connectors. This is unconfirmed, but Nvidia seem keen to move the whole industry over to 12VHPWR-based power standards. That said, these GPUs will likely utilise the newer 12V-2×6 power connectors.

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