ASUS launches ProArt RTX 4070 Ti graphics card
ASUS ProArt is a lineup of graphics cards specifically designed for professionals who work with creative applications such as 3D modeling, animation, video editing, and graphic design. However, when ASUS announced these new series a few weeks ago, the thing that impressed most GPU enthusiasts was the size of the cooler. Turns out, RTX 4080 does not need to be 3-slot thick.
The RTX 4080 was the first model to be released, but the company promised to introduce more cards later. This week, the RTX 4070 Ti was revealed, and it appears to be identical to the RTX 4080.
The design challenges of handling high-performance RTX 40 models have been overcome by ASUS. Their 2.5 slot cooler with three axial fans is capable of dealing with wattage going up to 320W. Additionally, these coolers lack gamer aesthetics such as overused RGB lighting or multi-color schemes. The ProArt GPUs feature an all black design with stylish golden accents.
The RTX 4080 and RTX 4070 Ti coolers are identical, and they measure 30 cm in length, 12 cm in width and 5 cm of thickness (2.5-slot). The obvious difference between RTX 4080 and RTX 4070 Ti is the GPU, the RTX 4070 features a full-fat AD104 GPU, whereas the 4080 uses a cut-down AD103 processor.
Just like the RTX 4080 ProArt, the RTX 4070 Ti features factory-overclocking of 2610 MHz in default mode and up to 2640 MHz in OC mode applied through ASUS GPU Tweak software. The RTX 4070 Ti has a smaller memory of 12GB GDDR6X capacity and 2048 fewer CUDA cores than RTX 4080.
ASUS ProArt RTX 4070 Ti is now available from select stores in Europe and Asia.