Wrapping up with the 4K ultra results, as you'd expect, the PNY RTX 4070 starts to struggle. Several of the rasterized games still break 60 fps, but only Spider-Man: Miles Morales breaks 30 fps in our DXR tests.
4K definitely needs help, and if you enable DLSS upscaling, performance improves a lot. We could debate about whether or not AI-based upscaling to 4K counts, but unless you're using a substantially more potent GPU or running lighter games, it's really the only way 4K is viable on GPUs like the 4070.
Overall, the RX 6950 XT now leads the PNY 4070 by 3%, which again doesn't mean a lot. It's still the same split between DXR games favoring Nvidia and rasterization games favoring AMD. And while we haven't said much about some of the other GPUs, skipping 4K and getting a card like the RX 6750 XT certainly makes sense if you're on a budget.
Native 4K in the rasterized games ranges from 35 fps in A Plague Tale: Requiem to 81 fps in Forza Horizon 5. So all nine of those games are at least playable, even without upscaling. Of the games that don't hit 60 fps, it's also worth mentioning that four of the six games support DLSS, and two others also support Frame Generation.
The DXR games are another matter. Even with DLSS support in all six games, most aren't going to get to 60 fps or more without Performance mode upscaling, and possibly Frame Generation as well. But you could drop to high settings instead of ultra and probably make up the difference.