Retailers in China have received their initial shipments of RTX 4070 Ti GPUs, and they are currently accepting preorders. It is well-known that e-tail platforms such as Taobao and JD announce the price of next-generation GPUs early. Since the Chinese market is largely focused on bespoke designs, these prices may not always be correct and may not reflect official MSRP pricing.
As many retailers have now provided the information, it looks that the pricing for at least some models from Gigabyte, Inno3D, and Colorful may now be confirmed. Various sources indicate that the RTX 4070 Ti’s starting price will be 7000 RMB, making it around 25% less expensive than the RTX 4080 16GB when it’s released. Prices for customized designs begin at 7199 RMB and rise to a max of 8399 RMB.
Notably, RTX 4080 can be purchased on the same platform for as little as 8,499 RMB (Manli Gallardo), although this is one of the least popular brands. The pricing of 7200 RMB is nearly comparable to what was anticipated for the RTX 4080 12GB variant before its cancellation. Officially, the list price for the Chinese market was 7,199 RMB. The manufacturer’s suggested retail price of 4080 16GB was 9499 RMB. The RTX 4070 Ti will now be available on January 5th. However, neither the specifications nor the price has been announced by NVIDIA for these next graphics cards officially.