Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 4070 SUPER Unveils Enhanced 48MB L2 Cache Detail
In the run-up to the launch of its latest graphics card, Nvidia has officially confirmed an exciting detail about the upcoming GeForce RTX 4070 SUPER. The GPU will now feature an increased 48MB of L2 cache, contrary to the initially stated 36MB. This adjustment promises a more substantial boost in gaming performance for the new Nvidia graphics card.
At the 2024 Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Nvidia revealed the RTX 40 SUPER Series, set to debut later in January. Priced at $599, the RTX 4070 SUPER will be accompanied by the RTX 4070 Ti SUPER and the RTX 4080 SUPER. Despite the superseding of the non-SUPER variants by the latter two, the RTX 4070 SUPER will coexist with the current RTX 4070 models. Consequently, the RTX 4070 is expected to see a price reduction, settling at an average of $549. The impact of this pricing strategy on the choice between the RTX 4070 and the RTX 4070 SUPER remains to be seen among PC builders.
As the January 17 launch date approaches, Nvidia clarified a crucial specification for its upcoming GPU. Contrary to the initial belief that the RTX 4070 SUPER would share the same 36MB L2 cache as the RTX 4070, the revised specification indicates an increased L2 cache of 48MB. While this 12MB augmentation might seem modest, the L2 cache plays a vital role in conjunction with available VRAM and memory bus. With consistent features such as 12GB of GDDR6X video memory and a 192-bit memory bandwidth bus, the RTX 4070 SUPER, priced only $50 more than its non-SUPER counterpart, is poised to deliver notable performance gains in the gaming arena.
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