At CES 2023, SVP of Gaming at Nvidia, Jeff Fisher, took to the stage to reveal everything we could possibly need to know about the new Nvidia RTX 4070 Ti. This 12GB GPU will be launching on the 5th of January, boasting a price point of $799, serving as a comfortable mid-range card for gamers looking to upgrade without breaking the bank.
Last year, Nvidia effectively revealed this exact GPU, but back then, it was named the RTX 4080 (12GB). Since then, work has gone on behind closed doors, and in just a few days, the GPU will be released as the Nvidia 4070 Ti. While it’s not an unstoppable powerhouse of a card, it is a more than suitable piece of hardware for PC players seeking comfortable 1440p gaming.
The Nvidia RTX 4070 Ti Arrives on the 5th of January
If you’ve already read the specs for the fabled 4080, then you’ll know what the 4070 Ti will offer, given that it’s the exact same piece of hardware. Regardless, here are the specifications that you’re looking for:
- CUDA Cores: 7680
- Base Clock Speed: 2,235 MHz
- Boost Clock Speed: 2,610 MHz
- Total Video Memory: 12 GB GDDR6X
- Memory Clock: 10,500 MHz
- L2 Cache Size: 49.15 MB
- Video Connections: 3 x DisplayPort 1.4a, 1 x HDMI 2.1
- Max Resolution: 4K at 240Hz or 8K at 60Hz with DSC
- Minimum PSU: 700W
- PCIE Interface: Gen 4
It’s a fairly powerful card that’s powered by the stock-standard Nvidia Ada Lovelace Architecture that’s present across the board in the 40-series range of GPUs. As standard, the 4070 Ti boasts DLSS 3, which effectively boosts the framerate in any games that support it.
This is the most affordable 40-series GPU to launch to date, bringing players an economical option, if not a dramatically powerful one. Fortunately, the 4070 Ti should also be considerably smaller than its more capable counterparts, meaning there’s no extra effort to be expended attempting to fit a cinder block-sized GPU into a smaller-form case.
The Nvidia RTX 4070 Ti will be available for purchase on the 5th of January.
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