Even More NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4080 Custom Graphics Cards Listed At Microcenter With Prices Between US$1199-$1549

Microcenter has also listed several NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4080 custom graphics cards with prices starting at US$1200 and going up to US$1550.

Thirteen custom NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4080 GPUs appear on MicroCenter’s website, but consumers may have to buy in person

Pricing for custom NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4080 models appears between $1199.99 and $1549.99, but none are available online. A total of thirteen different GPUs are listed from manufacturers such as ASUS, ZOTAC, MSI, GIGABYTE, and PNY. The new cards listed by the retailer include the following:

  • ASUS TUF: $1,199.99
  • ASUS TUF OC: $1,499.99
  • ASUS ROG STRIX OC: $1,549.99
  • GIGABYTE EAGLE: $1,199.99
  • GIGABYTE EAGLE OC: $1,239.99
  • GIGABYTE GAMING OC: $1,269.99
  • MSI VENTUS 3X OC: $1,279.99
  • MSI GAMING X TRIO: $1,324.99
  • MSI SUPRIM X: $1,399.99
  • PNY XLR8 GREEN: $1,199.99
  • ZOTAC TRINITY: $1,199.99

Gigabyte, ASUS, and PNY share the spot for the lowest priced bid of the new RTX 4080 series graphics cards, while ASUS holds the sole spot for the highest priced bid with its ROG Strix OC model.

The only noticeable fact from all users viewing the listings is the “NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE” notification for the thirteen new graphics cards. Sometimes retailers do this as a placeholder for the latest products before release, but aren’t used as often with the words “CURRENTLY NOT AVAILABLE” in their place.

Custom NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4080 graphics cards at MicroCenter. Image source: MicroCenter via Videocardz

“Official” specifications of the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4080 16 GB

The NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4080 16GB graphics card will use a reduced AD103-300 GPU configuration with 9,728 cores or 76 SMs enabled out of a total of 84 units, while the previous configuration offered 80 SMs or 10,240 cores. While the full GPU comes with 64MB L2 cache and up to 224 ROPs, the RTX 4080 would end up with 48MB L2 cache and lower ROPs also due to its scaled-down design. The board should be based on the PG136/139-SKU360 PCB. The graphics card is said to offer a maximum clock frequency of 2505 MHz.

As far as memory specs go, the GeForce RTX 4080 has 16GB GDDR6X capabilities that will scale to 22.5Gbps speeds on a 256-bit bus interface. This will provide up to 720 GB/s of bandwidth. This is still a bit slower than the 760 GB/s bandwidth offered by the RTX 3080 since it comes with a 320-bit interface but a low 10 GB capacity. To compensate for the lower bandwidth, NVIDIA could integrate a next-generation memory compression suite to compensate for the 256-bit interface.

  • NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4080 16 GB TBP “Official” – 320W
  • NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 12 GB TBP “Official” – 350W

Official NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 Series Specifications:

Graphics card name NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4080 NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070Ti
GPU name Ada Lovelace AD102-300 Ada Lovelace AD103-300 Ada Lovelace AD104-400
Process node TSMC4N TSMC4N TSMC4N
Die size 608mm2 378.6mm2 294.5mm2
Transistors 76 billion 45.9 billion 35.8 billion
CUDA Cores 16384 9728 7680
TMU / ROP 512 / 176 320 / 112 240 / 80
Tensor / Cores RT 512 / 128 304 / 76 240 / 60
Basic Clock 2230MHz 2210MHz 2310MHz
Boost clock 2520MHz 2510MHz 2610MHz
Calculation FP32 83 TFLOPs 49 TFLOPs 40 TFLOPs
Tensor TOP 1321 TOP 780 TOP 641 TOP
Memory capacity 24 GB GDDR6X 16 GB GDDR6X 12 GB GDDR6X
Memory bus 384 bit 256 bit 192 bit
Memory speed 21.0 Gbps 23.0 Gbps 21.0 Gbps
Bandwidth 1008 GB/s 736 GB/s 504 GB/s
PAD 450W 320W 285W
Price (MSRP / FE) US$1599 US$1199 To be determined
Launch (Availability) October 12, 2022 November 16, 2022 January 5, 2023

Is it possible that MicroCenter is forcing consumers wanting to buy the latest custom GeForce RTX 4080 GPUs from their favorite manufacturer to come to stores, especially as we are at the start of the holiday season and many retailers are currently offering sales? ? Or is it only listed as a placeholder for the official map launch on November 16th?

MicroCenter may also attempt to sell the above graphics cards in special bundles closer to the day after Thanksgiving, also known as “Black Friday”, with “Cyber ​​Monday” appearing the following week. We’ve seen board makers agree that retailers create bundles for sale, so the concept isn’t abnormal.

Sources of information: MicroCenter, VideoCardz

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