ELSA confirms RTX 4070 Ti GPUs
ELSA has made a mistake of uploading their landing page for the yet unannounced RTX 4070 Ti graphics card before the official embargo had lifted.
The page is just one banner and very basic information on the new graphics card, and the link leading to the actual product is not live yet. However, this confirms both the product name as well as its upcoming announcement, which is set for tomorrow.
ELSA confirms their card is a dual-slot design, and since we had a plethora of custom 3.5-4-slot designs for NVIDIA RTX 40 GPUs, this is a welcomed change indeed. The card called RTX 4070 Ti ERAZOR OC is designed with collaboration with Inno3D, but it doesn’t look like any RTX 40 the company already offers.
As a reminder, the RTX 4070 Ti features a full AD104 GPU, the third graphic processor in the Ada Lovelace family. This processor has 7680 CUDA cores, and it will be paired with 12GB GDDR6X memory. Unlike its predecessor, the RTX 4070 Ti will have memory bus width reduced to 192-bit, which will affect memory bandwidth.
However, some early performance figures indicate that the card will be ~35% faster than its predecessor (3070Ti), almost matching the flagship RTX 3090 Ti GPU from the Ampere series.
NVIDIA is set to launch its new GPU on January 5th, however as early as tomorrow the company will unveil the new SKU at CES 2023 while reviewers and influencers will publish their content the next day.