Nvidia's GeForce RTX 4070 Ti is set to be launched in early January, and while those who follow the industry closely already know that this product is essentially a re-badged GeForce RTX 4080 12GB (which the company unlaunched), the company never confirmed this officially — at least until today, when Nvidia briefly listed the GeForce RTX 4070 Ti on its own website. While it quickly removed the mention, it was long enough for @momomo_us to grab a screenshot.
Indeed, the GeForce RTX 4070 Ti graphics board is set to use a GPU featuring 7680 CUDA cores that can boost to 2.61 GHz and carry 12GB of GDDR6X memory, which are general specifications of the unlaunched GeForce RTX 4080 12GB. We also already know that the product will be among the best graphics cards in early 2023 and will be powered by the AD104 GPU in its full configuration with a 192-bit memory interface.
Along with basic specs, Nvidia revealed some relative performance numbers for what is now called the GeForce RTX 4070 Ti. The new Ada Lovelace-based board is 80% – 260% faster than the Ampere-based GeForce RTX 3080 12GB, according to Nvidia. Meanwhile, since Nvidia tends to compare the performance of the GeForce RTX 40 with DLSS 3 and frame generation against GeForce RTX 30 series with DLSS 2, this comparison looks somewhat imprecise.
Nvidia is expected to launch the GeForce RTX 4070 Ti in early January at CES, so expect the company's partners to showcase loads of custom graphics cards featuring this GPU.
Pricing of Nvidia's GeForce RTX 4070 Ti is something that remains to be seen as the GeForce RTX 4080 12GB was meant to carry a $899 MSRP, whereas we are now hearing rumors that the green company is looking at a $799 MSRP for the GeForce RTX 4070 Ti. Keeping in mind that makers of custom boards tend to either increase the performance of their products to sell them at a premium or lower costs to price them aggressively, only time will tell how much GeForce RTX 4070 Ti-based products will cost.
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Anyway you cut it $799 for the GeForce RTX 4070 Ti is too much.Reply
Then you're cutting it wrong. But I know where this is most likely coming from. At $899.00 The 4070Ti is going to force AMD to cut their 7 series prices now. Sorry.thisisaname said:Anyway you cut it $799 for the GeForce RTX 4070 Ti is too much.
"this comparison looks somewhat imprecise"Reply
Understatement of what remains of 2022 xD!
Come on, why aren't more people calling out nVidia's marketing BS more often? Does people like being manipulated that much? I'd say "lying", but they're technically not doing that, I guess?
Is it really though? This is coming in around the same price as the 7900XT and will like rot perform worsekiniku said:Then you're cutting it wrong. But I know where this is most likely coming from. At $899.00 The 4070Ti is going to force AMD to cut their 7 series prices now. Sorry.
Based on the above chart, what's also notable is that Cyberpunk 2077's "New RT Overdrive" mode is currently not available to regular owners of Cyberpunk 2077. This makes Nvidia's performance claims for this mode irrelevant for consumers, as gamers cannot currently access this version of Cyberpunk 2077. Nvidia did not provide data from the current retail version of Cyberpunk 2077, data that is arguably a lot more relevant for gamers. So as always we should exercise some caution with any vendor benchmark. These are obviously based on DLSS upscaling, instead of raw raster performance.
For games that do not support DLSS 3, Nvidia's performance gains with their RTX 4070 Ti will be much lower. I wouldn't expect a doubling of performance in all games as Nvidia claims.
If only AMD or even Intel had good GPUs ready and priced aggressively, they could be making a killing with NVIDIA shooting themselves in the foot, over and over and over again,Reply
Those are some carefully cherrypicked performance numbers. I suspect that the 4070 Ti significantly underperforms the 3080 in most games. I'm still not sold on DLSS 3's latency frames constituting actual performance increases.Reply
If the rumours are true and there will be no 4070Ti FE cards, then Nvidia's MSRP for this card is as meaningful as comparing the card's DLSS 3.0 performance to 3080.Reply
Looking at the specs the 4080 is a 4070 equivalent and this 4070TI is a 4060 equivalent based on the cut down of cuda-cores and the memory bandwidth differences to the top tier card.Reply
If nVidia think pricing it's MSRP 33% higher than the 3070Ti at launch is gonna get anyone excited especially given the anaemic specs, I think they are sadly mistaken.Reply