ASUS preparing GeForce RTX 4070 TI ROG STRIX “RO Ji” Edition graphics card

Published: Jul 21st 2023, 13:17 GMT   Comments

ASUS RTX 4070 Ti RO JI Edition teased

ASUS is gearing up to launch a new edition of its ROG STRIX series. 

ASUS introduced the RO JI (RO姬) avatar as part of the Se7en series, as an enticing offering aimed at a specific group of gamers. The company developed two product series, one in white and blue, and the other in black and red, whic is RO JI’s theme. Notably, ADATA also offers products in a similar theme, such as the Lancer DDR5 RGB memory (pictured below).

The official RO JI social account released a single photo of the new ROG graphics card. This card is confirmed to be built around the RTX 4070 Ti, and it appears to be a variant of the ROG STRIX GPU, featuring a thick 3.1-slot cooler with three axial fans.

ADATA Lancer Se7en DDR5 memory, Source: ASUS

However, it’s uncertain whether this card will hit the market, as it’s explicitly labeled as a Limited Edition during the giveaway. In fact, only one unit of this card is available for the promotion and the whole product series appears to be limited to the Chinese market only.

ASUS has announced plans for an official ‘debut show’ starring RO JI on July 29th, and it seems likely that the RTX 4070 Ti will be unveiled during this event.

Source: ASUS via @momomo_us

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