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NVIDIA is Set to Announce the RTX 4070 Ti on the 3rd of January at 8 AM PT

NVIDIA has teased the RTX 4070 Ti reveal ahead of New Year’s Eve across its social media handles. The upper midrange Ada GPU will be announced at the GeForce Beyond event at CES 2023. Company CEO Jensen Huang is expected to take the stage and re-introduce us to the previously “un-launched” RTX 4080 12GB.

Tune in January 3rd at 8AM PT for GeForce Beyond at CES 2023.

Originally tweeted by NVIDIA GeForce (@NVIDIAGeForce) on December 27, 2022.
GPUGeForce RTX 4090GeForce RTX 4080 16GGeForce RTX 4080 12G-> RTX 4070 TiRTX 4070GeForce RTX 3090 Ti
GPU NameAD102AD103AD104AD104GA102
SMs12876604680
FP32 Cores1638497287680588810240
TMUs/ROPs512 / 176320 / 112240 / 80184/64320 / 112
Tensor/RT Cores512 / 128304 / 76240 / 60184/46320 / 80
Base Clock2230 MHz2210 MHz2310 MHz1365 MHz
Boost Clock2520 MHz2510 MHz2610 MHz1665 MHz
Memory Buffer24 GB G6X16 GB G6X12 GB G6X12GB G6X24 GB G6X
Bus384-bit256-bit192-bit192-bit384-bit
Memory Speed21Gbps23Gbps21Gbps21Gbps19Gbps
Bandwidth1008 GB/s736 GB/s504 GB/s504GB/s912 Gbps
L2 Cache72MB64MB48MB36MB6MB
TBP450W320W285W250W350W
MSRP$1599$1199$899$649?$1199
LaunchOct 2022Nov 20225th Jan 20233rd June 2021

Going by recent rumors, it’d be safe to say that the RTX 4070 Ti will feature the fully-enabled AD104 die with 7,680 FP32 cores across 60 SMs. On the memory side, you can expect a 12GB GDDR6X memory buffer paired with a 192-bit bus and backed by 48MB of L2 cache. The card will have an external bandwidth of 504GB/s and a TBP of 285W. It is expected to cost somewhere between $800 and $900 when it hits retail shelves on the 5th of January.

Regarding gaming performance, NVIDIA’s own RTX 4080 12GB benchmarks are an excellent comparison. First-party slides indicate that the RTX 4070 Ti will trade blows with the RTX 3090 and 3090 Ti at a much tamer price point. It will also lock horns with the AMD Radeon RX 7900 XT as the XTX battles the RTX 4080.

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