Nvidia Sets January Event to Showcase New Products Following RTX 4080 Super Speculations


Nvidia has recently sent out press invitations for a special address at the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in January. This announcement comes in response to circulating rumors suggesting that Nvidia will be launching its RTX 40-series Super cards at CES 2024, which is said to include an RTX 4070 Super and RTX 4080 Super.

Although Nvidia’s invitation does not explicitly mention the GeForce brand or specify who will be presenting at the keynote on January 8th at 11 AM ET / 8 AM PT, it is expected to be a significant event considering the series of press conferences scheduled for that day. Over the past few weeks, hardware leakers have been disclosing details about the speculated RTX 4080 and RTX 4070 Super cards. The RTX 4080 Super is rumored to feature 20GB of VRAM, a notable increase compared to the current RTX 4080 models that come with 16GB. Moreover, both the rumored RTX 4070 and 4080 Super cards are expected to offer a higher memory bus compared to their existing counterparts.

If Nvidia indeed unveils new Super cards for the RTX 40-series, it will mark the first introduction of Super versions since the 20-series in 2019. The industry is now eagerly anticipating the pricing of these GPUs and the performance enhancements they bring over the existing models. As the event approaches, the spotlight will be on Nvidia’s keynote, along with the multitude of CES announcements set to unfold from January 8th onwards. We will be closely covering Nvidia’s keynote and providing updates on all the latest CES news, so stay tuned.