Thursday, June 1

Nvidia GeForce RTX 4070 is poised to surpass the RTX 3090 Ti as fresh GPU hardware specs become available

An intriguing development is that the RTX 4070’s purported specifications have been revised by hardware leaker kopite7kimi. With the revised setup, the GPU is more potent and has a noticeably better memory profile. The increased 3DMark Time Spy Extreme score of the board was also disclosed by the leaker.

The Nvidia GeForce RTX 4070 is supposed to have 7,168 CUDA cores, 10 GB of GDDR6 RAM operating at 18 Gbps on a 160-bit wide bus, and a total power budget of 300 W. This information was previously published. We learned the information from frequent leaker @kopite7kimi. It’s interesting to note that the RTX 4070’s configuration has now been changed by the leaker.

The RTX 4070 will reportedly include 7,680 CUDA cores, 12 GB of GDDR6X memory clocked at 21 Gbps, and a 192-bit wide memory bus, according to the leaker. The GPU’s overall bandwidth works out to 504 GB/s. According to reports, the TGP will remain 300 W.

These are the same specifications that kopite revealed for the RTX 4070 Ti a few days ago, assuming you’ve been following the Nvidia “Lovelace” rumours; the only difference is the 300 W TGP. Even the board’s identification, PG141-SKU331, is identical.

Because of the significantly improved hardware, kopite7kimi has now indicated a Time Spy Extreme score for the RTX 4070 of over 11,000 as opposed to the 10,000 that was previously predicted. The TSE score indicates that the GPU may be more powerful than the RTX 3090 Ti, according to VideoCardz.

Is this the RTX 4070’s final hardware profile? We don’t know since Nvidia has the right to adjust the GPU’s specifications at any moment before launch, which is still a ways off given that the release dates for the RTX 4070 and RTX 4080 have reportedly been pushed out to 2023.

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