GeForce 4070 Ti video card pops up on Nvidia’s support page

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The Nvidia GeForce 4070 Ti video card has surfaced in a support page of the Omniverse View application. That is an app from Nvidia that allows users to collaborate on 3d rendered projects. This seems to have officially confirmed the existence of the 4070 Ti.

The video card was announced in September as the RTX 4080 12GB and was initially expected to be available in November alongside the RTX 4080 16GB. However, the introduction was dropped in October after criticism. After all, according to some, the 12GB variant of the RTX 4080 was more like a glorified 4070, rather than a full-fledged 4080. Rumors later surfaced that Nvidia would reintroduce the video card as the RTX 4070 Ti.

According to those rumors, the specifications of the video card would remain the same, only the name would change. The alleged GeForce RTX 4070 Ti, like the canceled card, would have 7680 CUDA cores, a 2.6GHz boost clock speed and 12GB of GDDR6X memory. The 285W tbp and the 192bit memory bus with a throughput of 21GB/s also remain applicable. The price and release date of the alleged 4070 Ti are still speculated. The canceled RTX 4080 12GB had a suggested retail price of 1099 euros, which is a price indication for the video card in question.

It is not yet known when the video card will appear on the market. An Italian webshop did put a webpage for the graphics card online at the beginning of December, with a countdown clock for an ASUS TUF variant of the card. That countdown clock ends on January 5. Nvidia would announce the card at CES in early January.

Nvidia GeForce RTX 40 cards
Video card RTX 4090 RTX 4080 Alleged RTX 4070 Ti
Architecture Adam (TSMC 4N) Adam (TSMC 4N) Adam (TSMC 4N)
CUDA cores 16,384 9728 7680
Boost speed 2.52GHz 2.51GHz 2.61GHz
Memory bus 384bit 256bit 192bit
Tbp 450W 320W 285W
Release date October 12, 2022 November 2022 January 5, 2023
MSRP 1869 euros 1399 euros Unknown
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