PNY GeForce RTX™ 4080 Super 16GB Verto™ Overclocked Triple Fan Graphics Card DLSS 3

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  • Powered by NVIDIA DLSS 3, ultra-efficient Ada Lovelace arch, and full ray tracing.
  • NVIDIA Ada Lovelace, with 2295MHz core clock and 2565MHz boost clock speeds to help meet the needs of demanding games.
  • 16GB GDDR6X (256-bit) on-board memory, plus 10240 CUDA processing cores and up to 736GB/sec of memory bandwidth provide the memory needed to create striking visual realism.
  • PCI Express 4.0 interface – Offers compatibility with a range of systems. Also includes DisplayPort and HDMI outputs for expanded connectivity.
  • NVIDIA GeForce Experience – Capture and share videos, screenshots, and livestreams with friends. Keep your drivers up to date and optimize your game settings. It’s the essential companion to your GeForce graphics card.
PNY GeForce RTX™ 4080 Super 16GB Verto™ Overclocked Triple Fan Graphics Card DLSS 3
PNY GeForce RTX™ 4080 Super 16GB Verto™ Overclocked Triple Fan Graphics Card DLSS 3


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Specification: PNY GeForce RTX™ 4080 Super 16GB Verto™ Overclocked Triple Fan Graphics Card DLSS 3

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Graphics Coprocessor

‎NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4080 Super

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Graphics Card Ram Size

‎16 GB



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Item Weight

‎2.42 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎11.37 x 8.89 x 0.04 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎11.37 x 8.89 x 0.04 inches



Date First Available

‎January 31, 2024

Reviews (10)

10 reviews for PNY GeForce RTX™ 4080 Super 16GB Verto™ Overclocked Triple Fan Graphics Card DLSS 3

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  1. Eddie Hernández

    La verdad para ser mi primera GPU sin RGB la veo de una manera muy estética y muy linda, hasta el momento no me ha dado ningún detalle mi tarjeta

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  2. Vincent

    Très satisfait du produit, j’avais renvoyé une gigabyte avec bruit de ventilo gênant mais ce modèle pny est parfait à tout point de vue. Très peu de coil whine

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  3. Joe Jack


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  4. Arnal theo

    Des que la carte dépasse les 53 degrés, les ventilateurs tournent automatiquement à 100% puis 30% puis 100%, en permanence. En faisant le yoyo, le bruit est insupportable. Impossible de générer une courbe de ventilation, ni avec MSI afterburner, ni avec le logiciel de PNY.
    Bref, une erreur de conception qui me la fait renvoyer en SAV.

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  5. SB

    Dont buy from 3rd party sellers/scalpers, buy from at MSRP. Arrived sooner than the listed expected date.

    No issues with the card. If upgrading a PC, make sure to uninstall all existing display drivers (even igpu). Card is cool and quiet, temps have never gone over 65C for me.

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  6. Frumens

    Scettico della marca PNY che non ho mai utilizzato, mi sono deciso di acquistarla (4080 super) visto che era subito disponibile con consegna il giorno successivo. La scheda arriva con il suo adattatore pci-e 5.0 marchiato nvidia, molto semplice come design presenta solo la scritta PNY luminosa, per il resto non ha nessun LED rgb. Al suo interno ha una staffa reggi scheda che si monta direttamente sullo staffaggio della scheda madre, una soluzione che non avevo mai vista ma decisamente efficace. Montata la scheda, non avverto nessun problema di coil wine, la scheda rimane sempre a temperature bassissime anche dopo piú di mezz’ora di stress test, mantenendo comunque le ventole a bassi giri inudibili.

    Conclusioni: che dire, per il momento pienamente soddisfatto di questa scheda, vediamo nel tempo come si comporta. ma se rimane cosi’ devo dire ottimo acquisto.

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  7. Sean Miller

    The card actually performs really well. It runs at like 30° idle with fans at the minimum of 30%. Really quiet at that temp and fan speed.

    It’d be great if that’s all it did. As soon as I put it under any load the fans would revv wildly for a few seconds and spin down just as fast. Even when it wasn’t hitting the temps I set for my fan curves. It ignored all fan curves completely.

    I tried MSI Afterburner and even tried the Velocity X from PNY themselves, neither worked. Not even a undervolt would get the fans to stop revving.

    Seems a few others are having the same issues with their cards. Maybe they aren’t all bad and I just got a bad one but I wouldn’t take my chances. I will be returning the card.

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  8. Forrest Hodge

    I bought this graphics card as my RTX 3080 wasn’t quite cutting it for more demanding titles in 4k. Like many I had given up hope at snagging an 4090 at MSRP, and the non-Super 4080’s value proposition just wasn’t it. The 4080 super’s big draw is the the reduced price vs. the standard 4080, there’s not a noticeable uptick in performance apparently.

    Honestly, I didn’t have preference in AIB brand, I kinda wanted an Asus TUF, but I may have dodged a bullet there with their reported coil whine. The PNY I ended up getting was priced at MSRP and was available at launch. This is a beefy card, 3 slots tall, and about 13.5 inches long, it’s even more substantial than my 3080. It also runs pretty cool. With a mild OC (+100 on the core, + 750 on the memory, which isn’t the limit), it never gets above 77C when benchmarking, typically gaming temps (stock clocks) around 70C-73C.

    The 12VHPWR connector sticks out from the side of the card awkwardly, but it does click into place so you know that at least in theory that it’s connected properly. Also the anti-sag bracket that it came with was incompatible with my motherboard. So I looked to reuse to old one from my 3080, no dice, it didn’t work either ( the support was going to end up blocking a fan on the card). So I ended up getting a 3rd party solution (the Asus bracket) that works fine.

    Aesthetically, it’s pretty generic looking, there’s no RGB and the only thing that lights up the PNY logo on the side.

    Performance is good, there’s about a 40%-50% uplift over the 3080 in raster performance, but that can double with frame gen enabled. In Cyberpunk I went from 85-90 FPS at 4k with no ray tracing at all, DLSS performance mode, and mostly medium settings. To 90-100 FPS at 4k with ray tracing set to high and everything else set to high and DLSS quality mode with framegen turned on. Turn off ray-tracing and FPS shoots up to 120-130. At the same settings as the 3080 I went from 85-90 FPS at 4k to 115-125 FPS (without frame gen). It’s not the biggest upgrade I’ve ever gotten for a graphics card, but what it does is get you over the hump so to speak for 4k gaming. You can truly get a 4k, triple digit framerate experience with this card without having to make many visual sacrifices in many/most games. That may or may not be important to you. The 3080 *could* run most games at 4k at 60 FPS (or a little better), but you were going to have to pick and choose settings to sacrifice in order to maintain that framerate. With the 4080, you can crank up the detail level, have ray-tracing if you want it, and still hit high frame rates with just a few exceptions.

    Finally, 4080 Super availability has been fairly solid. I didn’t have any trouble ordering one on launch day. However that did not stop the scalpers from doing what they do. Do not buy this or any GPU for more than MSRP. At MSRP the value of this card is just enough to be acceptable, at $300-$500 over MSRP it’s not worth getting at all.

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  9. Jenn Boyd

    I’ve wanted this upgrade for quite sometime and was quite happy when they made it available, as one who likes to play in 4K when applicable the extra power is a nice thing to have. I’ve not had the chance to try more heavy ended games that pushed my system hard in the past yet but so far in my experimentation it def handles demands of current gen games much better however this will most likely the last card I can fit into my current casing since the card is massive, it barely fit and if was a 4090 it def would not have so make sure you check your measurements before purchasing. Now to plan and save for that eventual motherboard and cpu upgrade somewhere down the road.

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  10. Elliot Mars

    The title of this review says it all, pretty much. Despite the weird influx of negative reviews saying this card listing on amazon was overpriced, I purchased this card from amazon listed at the MSRP of $999.99. Please keep that in mind moving forward, as obviously my opinion on performance for a $1000 card would be different than on a $1150+ card with identical performance. After doing lots of research on this specific card, including reading lots of helpful teardown articles that detailed PNY’s design choices, I can conclude that this is a great deal with few drawbacks (mostly preference).

    Firstly, I must say that this was a godsend when I was parts shopping for my most recent build, as I really desperately wanted an all black, no-rgb card with a very clean looking silhouette. A rare sight in today’s market of Strix red and blue cards and all of the Decepticon-looking design choices made by a majority of vendors. PNY kept it classy and simple, and I have to give them points for that. The card is just as large as any other 3rd party 4080, at roughly 13 inches in length and requiring 3 gpu bracket slots in my case. The build is exceptional quality, with a hefty heatsink and metal backplate, as well as a slightly textured black finish on the GPU shroud.

    Unfortunately for some, the fans need to be set on a custom curve out of the box. If you are chasing a dead-quiet plug and play GPU, you might want to try your chances elsewhere. All of my case fans are nearly silent Arctic p12 and p14s, so its easy for me to see which one of my components is being noisy. It’s really not a huge deal, as setting up a fan curve fixes it perfectly and only takes 2 minutes in afterburner. I’d also recommend undervolting this card for the fan noise reasons mentioned above. It’s best to let this card stay cool, and from my benchmarks there is no performance hit, which is nice.

    There is no ability to go over the stock power limit! Meaning that in afterburner, you cannot set the limit to 10X%. It is going to be at 100% limit stock. This is a shocker, as PNY is one of the only vendors I’ve seen that did this, and I’m not sure why, or if they’ll allow it in the future. As mentioned above, undervolting is beneficial regardless, but if you were looking to really push this card above and beyond in core overclocking, look elsewhere.

    Finally, a preference based drawback is there is NO RGB. Which is a plus for me, as I was exclusively shopping for cards that had little to no lighting areas so my all black ultra clean build could be cohesive. However, yes, there is no rainbow capability on PNY’s GPU shroud. The only illumination is the PNY logo in a soft white color, which I don’t mind. From what I can tell, there is no way to change the color of this logo unless you change the color of the physical LED. As you might be able to tell, I’m a little OCD about the all black, no-rgb theme, as I used to work professionally in graphic and web design, so color blocking and theme need to be as perfect as I can manage.

    It may seem like this card is a box of cons, however I really have to nitpick when it costs $1000. It really is a phenomenal card if you’re looking to upgrade from the 20 series, or a mid-range 30 series card. The card is exactly as expected and performs like a 4080 Super should. I know it’s controversial that a SUPER card is just marginally better than the original counterpart, but as someone who was close to buying a 4070 Ti Super because the og 4080 was too expensive, this card was an obvious choice. I try not to get caught up in hanging onto the “Super” advertising, as this card is ONLY a free $200 discount off of the original SKU.

    TL;DR – Buy this card if you want a 4080 at a more reasonable price and favor a clean, all black aesthetic for your next build. Set up a custom fan curve with MSI Afterburner and you’ll be a happy customer.

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