There is speculation going around about the RTX 4070 ti. When is it coming out? What should you want? In this blog post, we will clear things up for you. On January 5, 2023 – just in time for the holidays – NVIDIA expects to be releasing their state-of-the art GeForce RTX 4070 Ti graphics card. It expects to offer gamers a premium gaming experience. It has all the 12GB memory capabilities that originally intend for the part of RTX 4080 series.
Nvidia’s upcoming RTX 4070 Tic could offer strong gaming performance at a more budget-friendly price. While there are no official details yet on how much the card will cost, it speculates that this next generation GPU may be available for less than US$899.
The impact of rising materials costs and inflation is causing potential increases in the baseline MSRP, especially if there is a leap forward in performance. Unfortunately, that means the RTX 4070 could join its Nvidia GPU predecessors with an elevated price tag; sadly, this appears as course from Nvidia these days.
184 Tensor cores Expectation
The upcoming RTX 4070 is rumored to feature the same AD104 GPU die as its more powerful counterpart, the RTX 4070 tic. According to reports, this next-generation card will deck out with 5,888 CUDA cores and 184 tensor cores – a slightly slimmed down version of what you would expect from an RTGX4070Ti model.
Similarities with RTX 4080 12 GB
NVIDIA has made a bold move – the rumors expect RTX 4080 12 GB GPU an exciting new makeover. Introducing the ‘RTX 4070 Ti’, designed to be faster and more powerful than its predecessor, the RTX 3070 series. The RTX 4070 Ti will boast the same top-tier performance as its ‘unlaunched’ predecessor – the legendary RTX 4080 12 GB.
250W Thermal Design Power
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AP104 chip Image leaks
The new AD104 chip expects to offer powerful specs, including 12GB of GDDR6X VRAM at 21Gbps and a 192-bit memory bus for an overall fast 504GB/s bandwidth. It has slightly reduced L2 cache compared to its predecessor with 36MB but maintains the same impressive 2,610MHz boost clock!
GPU Die Size
The latest GPU Die Size promises an impressive 295 mm², with 60 SMs and a lightning-fast bandwidth of 504 GB/s. The board SKU is PG141-SKU331 on the Ada (TSMC 4N) architecture – delivering speed without compromise!