NVIDIA accidentally confirms GeForce RTX 4070 GPU

Published: Apr 6th 2023, 13:32 GMT   Comments

NVIDIA finally admits RTX 4070 is coming

The RTX 4070 GPU appears on a slide demonstrating NVIDIA Reflex technology. 

We are still a week away from the launch of the fourth GeForce RTX 40 desktop GPU, but NVIDIA was clearly tired of the leaks and decided to confirm the card already. As we know, the RTX 4070 non-Ti is set to launch on April 13th, which is understandable because the company has been using this card already for internal testing.

In this case, the card was used for NVIDIA Reflex demo in Counter-Strike 2. The game is now confirmed to support this technology and, as pointed out by The Verge, will enable Reflex in 9 out of 10 most competitive shooters.

RTX 4070 in Counter-Strike 2, Source: NVIDIA/The Verge

According to NVIDIA, RTX 4070 will offer up to 2ms lower latency with Reflex enabled. The latency will be much lower than on RTX 3060 and GTX 1060, which was included in this comparison for some reason.

As far as leaks are concerned, the RTX 4070 features AD104 with 5888 CUDA Cores. This card will be equipped with 12GB GDDR6X memory, just like the Ti model. However, it will be $200 cheaper.

Source: The Verge

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