Gigabyte’s lineup of five RTX 4070 Ti for next week’s launch
The company is set to launch AERO, EAGLE, GAMING, and two AORUS models.
Gigabyte is launching Master and Elite GPUs based on the latest RTX 4070 Ti SKU from NVIDIA. Both are triple-slot design, and they actually look very much the same, but the Master is said to have higher clocks and feature a built-in color display to show GPU card information or custom animation.
The RTX 4070 Ti is based on AD104 GPU with 7680 CUDA cores. The cards shown in this post were originally supposed to launch as RTX 4080 12GB, but due to NVIDIA’s unexpected decision to cancel and rename this SKU, they will end up as RTX 4070 Ti instead.
All the new Gigabyte cards are equipped with three fans, but this shouldn’t come as surprise since Gigabyte’s RTX 3070 Ti series were too equipped with such coolers. Design wise, a lot has changed, and each card features a brand-new shroud. Moreover, the white-themed VISION series have now been rebranded to AERO, streamlining Gigabyte’s product lineup of GPUs, motherboards and laptops.
According to the rumors, the RTX 4070 Ti should cost at least $799. This price might apply to the EAGLE non-OC variant only, while other models will almost certainly cost more. And speaking of pricing and designs, one might wonder why cheaper GeForce GPU received 5 different custom designs, while Radeon RX 7900 series were only given two options.