ZOTAC is gearing up to reveal the upcoming TRINITY BLACK and TWIN EDGE series, both built on the NVIDIA RTX 4070 SUPER SKU, within the next week. Videocardz have acquired renders showcasing these fresh designs.
The RTX 4070 SUPER Trinity Black will maintain the three-fan configuration, consistent with the non-SUPER version. Although there seem to be slight alterations to the heatsink based on the available images, the shroud and fan design remain unchanged. Additionally, the power configuration remains consistent with the previous RTX 4070 Trinity, featuring the same one 12VHPWR power connector.
However, notable changes include the GPU specs, transitioning from 5888 CUDA cores to 7168, along with an increase in GPU power requirements from 200W to 220W. Within the Twin Edge series, consumers can opt for models with or without factory overclocking. Additionally, the series introduces a shift from the standard 8-pin power connector to the more modern 12VHPWR design.
Despite the 8-pin connector’s capability to meet the power demand (220W), ZOTAC has embraced the newer connector design. It is worth noting that most custom RTX 4070 SUPER models are anticipated to adopt the 16-pin connector as well.
ZOTAC’s official announcement for the RTX 4070 SUPER cards is slated for January 8, with availability scheduled nine days thereafter. Full specifications and pricing details are still pending confirmation from the company.
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