ASUS introduces GeForce RTX 4070 “Atlas Shark” graphics card for China

Published: Jun 6th 2023, 09:06 GMT   Comments

ASUS ATS: Atlas Shark GeForce RTX 4070 graphics card announced

ASUS has a new graphics card for gamers in China.

A full custom design with three axial fans has been unveiled by ASUS last week. This graphics card is called ATS – Atlas Shark is part of the “Megalodon” series that has been a component of the GeForce RTX lineup for a few years now. What should be noted right away is that Atlas Shark GPUs will only launch on the Chinese market, so international buyers should look at other options.

The latest ATS GPU is based on NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070 with a cut-down AD104 GPU (5888 cores) and 12GB of VRAM. This card ships with factory overclocking from 2475 MHz (NVIDIA reference) to 2520 MHz clocks. Gamers can apply higher clocks through GPU Tweak software with the built-in OC mode at 2550 MHz.

The card is equipped with a full cover reinforced backplate which also reveals the card features dual-BIOS switch for Performance and Quiet modes. Unfortunately, the company does not explain the differences between the two models, but one might assume the latter offers NVIDIA reference clocks and a less aggressive fan profile.

Similarly to most RTX 4070 cards, this GPU ships with a standard 8-pin power connector and a default display output configuration of 3x DP 1.4 and one HDMI 2.1. The card measures 31 cm, and it is a 2.5-slot design.

The ASUS RTX 4070 ATS GPU has not yet been listed by any retailer, so the pricing remains to be confirmed. The predecessor called ATS RTX 3070 currently retails at 3299 RMB ($464).

Specs provided by VideoCardz.NET Database
GPU : AD104-250 Base Clock : 1920 MHz
Cores : 5888 Boost Clock : 2550 MHz (+3.0%)
TMUs : 184 Memory Clock : 21 Gbps
ROPs : 64 Memory : 12 GB GDDR6X 192b

Source: ASUS China

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