PNY is ready to launch two RTX 4070 Ti custom models. The new SKU will have 7680 CUDA cores and 12GB GDDR6X memory, according to the specifications. In addition to this, the GPU performs at a base/boost speed of 2310/2610 MHz. This indicates that the specifications are identical to the canceled RTX 4080 12GB model. This is yet another indication that NVIDIA has not altered the specifications of the forthcoming RTX 4070 Ti SKU. This is certainly a rebranded RTX 4080 12GB card that NVIDIA cancelled two months after it was first introduced.
The reports suggest that PNY will soon release RTX 4070 Ti XLR8 VERTO and VERTO GPUs. The two cards are not identical since the former has a high-end GPU with more competent cooling, similar to the RTX 4080 16GB card. Both have triple-fan designs; however, the latter is significantly slimmer and lacks RGB lighting (3-slot vs. 3.3-slot).
One of the renders depicts the updated PCB for the AD104-based RTX 4070Ti. We can easily detect the single 12VHPWR connection and the GPU and memory modules that surround it (six should be occupied with GDDR6X memory). Compared to the RTX 4080 16GB, the PCB is smaller and has fewer VRMs, which are now on the same side as the GPU.
It should be noted that PNY was the only firm to release comprehensive specifications for its RTX 4080 12GB cards just a few days before NVIDIA discontinued this model. The XLR8 VERTO is comparable to what the company displayed two months ago. According to speculations, NVIDIA’s RTX 4070 Ti GPU will be launched on January 5th. Pricing is the one thing that is still unknown, although it should unquestionably be less expensive than the RTX 4080 12GB’s “original” $899 MSRP.
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