The NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070 Super has been spotted. The ASUS GeForce RTX 4070 Super Dual OC is (as the name suggests) a dual-fan heatsink design with a snuggly 2.46 slot width. It is considerably smaller than the existing RTX 4070 Dual OC, which has a thickness of 51.13mm. Being an upper midrange graphics card, it should see ample adoption among mini-ITX and SFF enthusiasts.
Like most newly manufactured cards, the GeForce RTX 4070 Super will leverage the CEM 5.1 interface, a revision of the 12VHPWR connector with the 12V-2×6 design based on the ATX 3.1 specification. The metal backplate indicates that the GPU will let you switch between “Performance” and “Quite” modes with a flick.
The GeForce RTX 4070 Super will feature the AD104 GPU with 7,168 shaders (up from 5,888) across 56 SMs. It will be paired with 12GB of GDDR6X memory across a 192-bit bus, backed by 48MB of L2 cache (up from 36MB). It’ll have a TBP of 220W, up from 200W on the RTX 4070. Given the specifications, you can expect a 15-20% performance uplift with the RTX 4070 Super.