AXGaming and ZOTAC have released two white RTX 4070 Ti GPUs and both of the designs will be marketed in China only. ZOTAC has not yet launched a white RTX 40 GPU to the worldwide market, whilst AXGaming, a Chinese board partner, is presently only selling their GPUs in China.
A dual-slot, triple-fan graphics card using an NVIDIA reference board is the AXGaming RTX 4070 Ti X3W OC. The card seems similar to the 16GB version of the RTX 4080; however, its size has been decreased (dimensions: 299x117x42 mm vs. 337x142x59 mm). The card has the same TDP as the reference model despite its non-standard boost clock of 2640 MHz (+30 MHz) (285W). It uses a single 16-pin power connection, which is not very surprising.
The ZOTAC design is an extension of the X-Gaming model. The identical 2.5-slot, three-fan design will also be offered in a white and grey color scheme. In addition, it features a complete cover backplate. Intriguingly, this model will be factory-overclocked to the same frequency as the AXGaming card (2640 MHz) without any other alterations being specified. If the same specifications apply to the white model, this card should have a default TDP of 285W and a maximum TDP of 314W.
Currently, the AXGaming card costs 6499 RMB, or $944 USD. The ZOTAC model is not currently featured on any of the platforms we examined; however, the X-Gaming blue edition is offered for the same price as the AXGaming card. This is the suggested retail price of the RTX 4070 Ti in China; therefore, it is not marketed ‘at premium.
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