The RTX 4070 Ti will be released by NVIDIA in the next few days, as is generally known. NVIDIA actually unintentionally revealed the RTX 4070 Ti a few days ago. Considering that this GPU is essentially a rebranded RTX 4080 12GB, performance figures are not really important in any case. In any event, days before debut, a Chinese customer has already opened the RTX 4070 Ti from ASUS. Note that this GPU was previously available for purchase in some nations such as Serbia.
MEGAsizeGPU, a hardware leaker on Twitter, posted a video of the ASUS TUF RTX 4070 Ti GAMING OC being unboxed. Although we cannot be confirmed, the video looks to be from a Chinese social platform.
The GPU name and logo are made in a similar style to other Ada GPUs. A box with the “TUF GAMING” brand is located inside the package. The GPU looks to be around three to four slots wide. Due to an earlier leak, ASUS actually practically verified this model. A countdown to the debut of this particular model on January 5, 2023 was shown on an Italian website.
Unfortunately, there were no performance standards. It seems that the unidentified shop in issue is using this video as a marketing strategy.
A 192-bit memory bus will connect the 12GB of G6X memory that the RTX 4070 Ti will come with. The NVIDIA AD104-400-A1 GPU, which has 7680 CUDA cores, will power the 4070 Ti. A memory speed of 21Gbps would equate to an effective bandwidth of 504GB/s. It should be noted that this GPU’s raw raster performance is much inferior than the RTX 3090 Ti’s. A 285W TDP shouldn’t need changing the power supply. Consumers may have to pay up to $899 for the RTX 4070 Ti. However, new rumours indicate that the RTX 4070 Ti’s suggested retail price may just be $799.