Alleged RTX 4070 Ti Specs revealed - "easily match RTX 3090 Ti"

If that's an RTX 4070 TI, what will an RTX 4090 look like?

Alleged RTX 4070 Ti Specs revealed -

Nvidia's RTX 4070 Ti could match Nvidia's RTX 3090 Ti with a lower power draw

Specifications for Nvidia's AD104 silicon have leaked, revealing what is likely to be the specifications of Nvidia's RTX 4070 Ti graphics card. With 7680 CUDA cores and 12GB of 21 Gbps GDDR6X, the RTX 4070 should offer users plenty of memory bandwidth and greater performance per watt than Nvidia's RTX 3090 Ti.

With an alleged 400W power limit, the specifications of Nvidia's flagship AD104 based graphics card has a power limit that is 50W lower than Nvidia's RTX 3090 Ti. Assuming that the performance of Nvidia's RTX 4070 is broadly speaking identical to an RTX 3090 Ti, that gives the RTX 4070 an approximate 11.2% increase in power efficiency. To put things another way, the RTX 3090 Ti may require 12.5% more power to achieve the same performance levels as an RTX 4070. That said, the power requirements of these GPUs are likely to vary significantly on a game-by-game basis.

The addition of more CUDA cores and faster GDDR6X memory apparently results in higher levels of power consumption for Nvidia's RTX 4070 graphics card.

Alleged RTX 4070 Ti Specs revealed -

Sources like Videocardz have also claimed that the graphics card only features a 192-bit memory bus, giving the RTX 4070 Ti much less memory bandwidth than an RTX 3090 Ti. Such specifications would give the RTX 4070 half as much memory bandwidth as an RTX 3090 Ti, as it uses similarly fast GDDR6X memory on a 384-bit memory bus. Even so, architectural enhancements though Nvidia's next-gen Ada Lovelace architecture could increase memory bandwidth in other ways. Perhaps Nvidia has an answer to AMD's Infinity Cache technology?

You can join the discussion on Nvidia's alleged RTX 4070 Ti specifications on the OC3D Forums.

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01-08-2022, 11:54:58

meuvoy
That's nice and all, let's just see if we can get our hands on it for any reasonable pricing and how PSUs and the acutal power phases in these cards will behave.Quote

01-08-2022, 11:58:00

Dicehunter
3090 Ti perf ? That's a bold claim.Quote

01-08-2022, 12:42:28

AngryGoldfish
Is it the 4070 or 4070Ti?

Either way it's very bold. But the performance per watt hasn't improved much. I personally don't mind because I love seeing big and bold graphics cards, and hopefully they will undervolt well like previous generations. I know everyone is worried about safety and continued usage, but it always comes down to the same thing in my opinion:

If the GPU draws too much power and you're worried about electricity prices or longevity, buy a lower power consumption model. I imagine the 7700XT is going to more modest power consumption. Even the 4060 should provide more than enough horsepower to run most games well at 1440p. To be honest, most would be fine with a 3070. We're at the stage now where, as long as you don't care a lot about RTX, a 3070 or 6700XT is more than enough for 1440p/144Hz gaming.

If you need the performance of a 3090Ti/4070, undervolt, reduce max power delivery, accept the small loss in performance and game happily knowing you have only lost 2-5% in FPS but gained way more in power draw. O

That's how I see it.

Nvidia is seemingly going all out. I'm cool with that. As long as they allow users to tweak it to suit their needs and still get a huge performance uplift from the previous generation at a price that isn't absolutely bananas, I'm down.Quote

01-08-2022, 15:14:53

AlienALX
Comes as no surprise given how poor Ampere was as a node.

Must've said it a hundred times "wow if you think this is good wait until they go back to TSMC".Quote

02-08-2022, 01:23:25

Dawelio
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Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
Comes as no surprise given how poor Ampere was as a node.

Must've said it a hundred times "wow if you think this is good wait until they go back to TSMC".
Sorry, you’re usually correct in your claims, but what do you mean here? Don’t quite get it? Quote
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