ZOTAC is releasing three bespoke graphics cards based on the RTX 4070 Ti SKU. If you have doubts about the RTX 4070 Ti graphics card, we have another bespoke design to show you. The AMP Extreme AIRO is the flagship model for this NVIDIA SKU, having an upgraded Ice Storm 2.0 cooling system with three fans. Additionally, the company is releasing two Trinity cards that finally introduce 2.5-slot designs to the ZOTAC RTX 40 lineup.
The AMP variant from ZOTAC has the same thickness as the RTX 4080 model, with 3.5 slots. In addition to a 16-pin power connector, this specific model will have a 38-pin to 16-pin power converter. This is significant because certain RTX 4070 Ti cards will come with an RTX 4070 Ti 2x8pin adaptor.
Similar to the RTX 4070 Ti Trinity OC, this adapter will also be utilized by the RTX 4070 Ti Trinity OC, albeit the card is noticeably slimmer (2.5-slot). This model has the same thickness as the non-OC model, but it has a twin 8-pin adaptor. The Trinity cards employ the identical cooling method; however, the OC variant may be distinguished by its gold fan stickers.
The RTX 4070 Ti is integrated with a complete AD104 GPU with 7680 CUDA cores. Additionally, it has 12GB of GDDR6X memory with a 192-bit interface. While the number of cores has grown by 25% compared to the previous-generation RTX 3070 Ti, the memory bandwidth has decreased by 17%. Independent reviews are scheduled to be released as early as January 4th, so we should know shortly whether this will affect performance.
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