The base and boost clocks for NVIDIA’s forthcoming RTX 4070 have supposedly been released by Matthew Smith from TechPowerUP. This rumour or leak also verifies NVIDIA’s intention to release this GPU as a Founders Edition. To put things in perspective, the RTX 4070 Ti did not have a design created by NVIDIA. In truth, the reference model’s appearance is already known.
The GeForce RTX 4070 Non-Ti graphics card from NVIDIA has not yet been released (not to be mistaken with the existing RTX 4070 Ti). Team Green’s next big release is anticipated to be this card, and it seems that some manufacturers have already begun testing their prototype boards. Clock speeds for a few variations seem to have been verified, according to TechPowerUP’s Matthew Smith, who is in charge of updating the GPU database there.
Using the GPU-Z application, Matthew claims that Colorful has verified two NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070 graphics cards. The RTX 4070 iGame Ultra W OC is the second model, whereas the first is a reference design. The bespoke model has a boost frequency of 2505 MHz whereas the standard model has a base clock of 1920 MHz and a boost clock of 2475 MHz. The custom model features a base clock speed that is 30 MHz faster than the reference model and a boost clock speed that is 135 MHz faster than the RTX 3070 Ti.
That is a significant difference in clock rates, but it should be clear from the fact that the RTX 4070 Ti employs higher-quality silicon than the non-Ti GeForce RTX 4070. Based on the AD104 GPU chip, both cards. NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 4070 is expected to contain 5888 CUDA cores and 12GB of GDDR6X VRAM clocked at 21 Gbps, according to previous leaks. We previously said that the graphics card would use the PG141 SKU 345/343 PCB architecture, which is intended to be extremely small in size.
The NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070 graphics card is anticipated to be on sale in the second half of 2023 for $599 to $699 US. We’ll keep you informed as new details emerge.