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NVIDIA RTX 4080, 4090 will be available in September: Require 1500W Power Supplies [Report]


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NVIDIA will be announcing its GeForce RTX 4080, and RTX 4090 graphics cards sometime in late August, followed by a hard launch in September. The initial shipments of the next-gen GPUs are expected to hit stores the same month. This was confirmed by Greymon55, one of the more reliable sources on NVIDIA and AMD graphics cards. Furthermore, as already shared earlier, the RTX 40 series will be an absolute power hog, with the top-end SKUs drawing as much as 600W of power under load.

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I guess that could make mining less ideal. 

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31 minutes ago, UltraMega said:

I guess that could make mining less ideal. 

Not really.  There's a lot of considerations put into buying cards for mining.  If these have a higher hashrate than current gen, which they will, and that hashrate is equal to or greater than older cards at the same power consumption, you can bet on it miners will buy them.  It's all about the hash to power ratio that miners look for.  600w during gaming doesn't mean 600w during mining either, as miners generally tune their cards down to like -40 to -50% power too.

Just saying, don't count your chickens before they hatch. 😉  Besides, miners aren't THE reason cards are hard to get ahold of anyway.  It's supply and demand.  There's a demand for cards, and the manufacturers just aren't making enough cards.  Why?  I couldn't tell you.  I'm just asking to not blame a customer for the actions of the companies.  I could say I'm a miner today and complain that gamers are buying all of my mining cards too, the gripe can go both ways.  GPU's are multi-use, and sometimes we tend to forget that they're not JUST for gaming. 🙂 Mining, gaming, rendering, CAD work, there's a LOT of uses for GPU's, those are just a few that I personally know about.

 

Source:  Used to mine heavily with RX 580's back when GPU's were a plenty.  

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Also, its very interesting how this trend is going.  We used to try so hard to get a GPU into a certain power form factor, and now its like the gloves came off at Nvidia and they just don't care about power consumption anymore.  By all means, I'm for it.  I just find it odd given that these GPU's are soft "banned" in certain states due to their power requirements.

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I think Nvidia has hit a wall.  They can't increase performance without also increasing power consumption.  They've become old AMD. 

 

We need Maxwell again.....Performance increased while power consumption went down.  With the way energy prices are right now, this isn't the best time to release a power hog.

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On 27/02/2022 at 07:51, Diffident said:

I think Nvidia has hit a wall.  They can't increase performance without also increasing power consumption.  They've become old AMD. 

 

We need Maxwell again.....Performance increased while power consumption went down.  With the way energy prices are right now, this isn't the best time to release a power hog.

We've come full circle. Remember the Radeon commercials when it was the 5870 vs the GTX 480? 🤣

 

 

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