NVIDIA's GeForce RTX 40 Series with almost 4X Performance

NVIDIA's GeForce RTX 40 Series with almost 4X Performance

5/26/2023, 5:09:50 PM

After months of leaks and rumors, Nvidia officially unveiled the first three GeForce RTX 40 Series graphics cards on September 20, 2022. Powered by the latest ultra-efficient NVIDIA Ada Lovelace architecture and TSMC's 4nm transistors, the NVIDIA 40 series promises 2X to 4X the performance uplift compared to its top-end predecessors of the 30 series like 3080Ti and 3090Ti.

The new RTX 40 series also benefits from the features of NVIDIA DLSS3 Technology, the next revolution in neural graphics. On NVIDIA's benchmark, 4090 performed as predicted, outperforming Warhammer 40K: Darktide by 2X, Microsoft Fight Simulator by 2X, and Cyberpunk 2077 by almost 4X. The image below seems to agree with the perception of groundbreaking outburst of 40 series graphics card.

Image Source : NVIDIA

NVIDIA seems much optimistic about 40 series graphics card as it has acquired $10B in USD worth of components so as to avoid shortage of 40 series graphics card.

Therefore, upgrading appears like a good decision, but the intricate pricing structure says otherwise. Here is how much NVIDIA's 40 series is going to cost:

Nvidia RTX 4080 (12GB) – from NRs. 1,70,000+

Nvidia RTX 4080 (16GB) – from NRs. 2,10,000+

Nvidia RTX 4090 – from NRs. 3,00,000+

Compared to even the top-notch NVIDIA graphics card of 30 series this is much expensive. However, almost 4X performance boost justifies this price.

Key Features of NVIDIA's 40 Series Graphics Card:

  1. Ada Lovelace Architecture
  2. Opacity Micromap (OMM) Engine
  3. Displaced Micro-Mesh (DMM) Engine
  4. Fourth-Gen Tenser Cores
  5. Third-Gen RT Cores
  6. Shader Execution Reodering (SER)
  7. Advanced Ray Tracing
  8. DLSS 3 Technology
  9. Optical Flow Accelerator
  10. AV1 Encoder


With advancement of Ada Lovelace architecture in 40 series we can only hope for NVIDIA to shock us with furthermore technologies in the future. Stay tuned for more updates.