Nvidia GeForce RTX 4070 Ti: Where to Buy

Nvidia GeForce RTX 4070 Ti
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The Nvidia GeForce RTX 4070 Ti is here with a starting price of $799. With cards now available, we've scoured the various resellers to check out the different models as well as inventory levels. Many of the models are sold out, but that's expected for just about any new high-end graphics card. We'll have to see how things progress in the coming weeks.

As far as performance goes, the 4070 Ti basically trades blows with the RTX 3090 from two years back, despite coming with half the VRAM and half the memory bandwidth. That's thanks to Nvidia's Ada Lovelace architecture, with the substantially larger L2 cache helping to mitigate the reduction in raw bandwidth. Nvidia likes to show DLSS 3 performance compared to the previous generation, which as expected provides a huge boost to FPS, but as we look toward future RTX 4060 and 4050 desktop cards, know that Frame Generation isn't a perfect solution.

Here's all the cards listed at the most popular (U.S.) resellers, with the main differences being aesthetics, cooling, and boost clocks. We expect performance from nearly all RTX 4070 Ti cards to land within about a 5% range, just like it does with most other GPUs.

Note that the reference boost clock for the 4070 Ti is 2610 MHz, and most models will be within 90 MHz of that target — a 4% bump at most. There are a few exceptions to that rule, though as you'd expect they're all priced higher: Asus ROG Strix OC (2790 MHz), Asus TUF Gaming OC (2760 MHz), MSI Suprim X (2775 MHz), and MSI Suprim (2745 MHz).

Amazon RTX 4070 Ti Listings

Amazon's search algorithm is as good as always (as in, it sucks and shows a ton of non-matching products), but at present these are the items that are in stock. Quite a few of these are third-party Amazon Marketplace resellers that have jacked up the prices as well.

Newegg RTX 4070 Ti Listings

Newegg as usual has a huge collection of RTX 4070 Ti cards (opens in new tab) listed, with many of them out of stock at present. We've broken things up into three categories: Sold by Newegg (in stock), third party (in stock), and out of stock cards. Note that the third party cards are frequently jacking up prices and probably shouldn't be on your short list. Each section is ordered from least expensive to most expensive.

Best Buy RTX 4070 Ti Listings

Most of these will require you to create an account, and cards may or may not be available locally. Your mileage may vary, in other words. The good news is that there aren't third party resellers at Best Buy, meaning if you can find these in stock this is about as low as prices will get.

B&H Photo RTX 4070 Ti Listings

B&H lists a bunch of RTX 4070 Ti cards, but they're all "preorder" or "notify" at present. They're all sold directly by B&H at least, which means theoretically less price gouging if you can find one in stock.

Jarred Walton

Jarred Walton is a senior editor at Tom's Hardware focusing on everything GPU. He has been working as a tech journalist since 2004, writing for AnandTech, Maximum PC, and PC Gamer. From the first S3 Virge '3D decelerators' to today's GPUs, Jarred keeps up with all the latest graphics trends and is the one to ask about game performance.

  • digitalgriffin
    Does it come with lube?
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  • gg83
    digitalgriffin said:
    Does it come with lube?
    I'd expect a reach-around as well.
    Reply
  • logainofhades
    I have 0 interest in any of these recent GPU launches, from either side. Overpriced and QC issues as well.
    Reply
  • InvalidError
    The more new GPUs get released, the more likely it seems there will be an A380(R) in my GTX1050's future.
    Reply
  • digitalgriffin
    InvalidError said:
    The more new GPUs get released, the more likely it seems there will be an A380(R) in my GTX1050's future.

    It's a pretty sad day when you and I are considering Intel as an actual viable alternative.
    Reply
  • randyh121
    Lower the price to something reasonable, stop being greedy NVIDIA and maybe people will care again.
    Reply
  • thisisaname
    You can get the cards nearly everywhere except the $799 cards that where released in such small number that to say they where release would mostly be a lie.
    Reply
  • thisisaname
    randyh121 said:
    Lower the price to something reasonable, stop being greedy NVIDIA and maybe people will care again.

    That is increasingly applying to AMD as well, will not be long before Intel joins that gravy train.
    Reply
  • thisisaname
    gg83 said:
    I'd expect a reach-around as well.

    Only if your wallet is in your back pocket :ROFLMAO:.
    Reply
  • PlaneInTheSky
    Where to buy? They're literally available everywhere since no one wants this gen's overpriced GPU.
    Reply