The GeForce RTX 4080 graphics card may be slightly less powerful than early rumors claimed.
According to the source, the card will receive an AD103 GPU with 9728 active CUDA cores. Previously, the card was credited with 10,240 active CUDA cores. The difference is small, but still it exists. All other parameters, according to the source, are still in force. It’s a 256-bit bus, 16GB of GDDR6X memory at 21GHz, and a power consumption of about 420W.
It is worth noting that this is far from the first change in the parameters of the GeForce RTX 40 line. One would think that these are just various unverified rumors, but in this case, most of the information comes from the insider kopite7kimi, who is almost the most verified in this segment. At one time, it was he who accurately described the parameters of the older RTX 30 cards before their announcement, and at that time the characteristics within the rumors did not change so many times. Perhaps this means that Nvidia is really actively reviewing adapter options for one reason or another.