Kopite, a hardware leaker, has made the RTX 4070 specs public. According to expectations, the RTX 4070 Ti will be unveiled at CES 2023 and go on sale on January 5, 2023. Its Non-Ti equivalent has not yet received any notice from a leaker. Kopite, who is widely known for leaking the specifications of all prior Ada GPUs, has updated the RTX 4070’s specifications.
The AD104-250-A1 GPU, which has 5888 Cuda Cores, will serve as the foundation for the RTX 4070 from the Ada Lovelace series. This equals 46 SMs. Fun fact: The RTX 3070 has the same number of Cuda cores, which can only imply one thing. The RTX 4070 won’t represent a significant advancement over its predecessor. Initially, we anticipated that the 4070 would be significantly reduced to AD106, but that is unlikely to occur.
Additionally, this GPU has a 192-bit memory bus and 12GB of GDDR6X memory. Kopite asserts that the 4070 will have 36MB of L2 cache in terms of cache. This GPU will use 30W more power than the RTX 3070 due to its TDP of 250W. The die size will be 295mm2, the same as the RTX 4070 Ti. The whole Ada Lovelace series from NVIDIA is produced using TSMC’s 4nm technology. There was a lot of information there, and the most of it is quite disappointing.