Geforce RTX 4070 Ti: Colorful’s first graphics card model revealed

Geforce RTX 4070 Ti: Colorful's first graphics card model revealed

from Norman Wittkopf
While Nvidia is still keeping a low profile on the Geforce RTX 4070 Ti, board partner Colorful has presented a first custom model and also a few technical details.

With the Geforce RTX 4070 Ti BattleAx Deluxe, the next graphics card model from Nvidia could already be seen on the Chinese website of manufacturer Colorful in a first custom design, although the card is not scheduled to be released until next year. The cooler shown is already used with the RTX 4080 (16GB) in Colorful’s own design, although the RTX 4070 Ti was originally intended to appear as a trimmed RTX 4080 with 12 GiB.

According to Colorful, the RTX 4070 Ti will be based on the AD104 GPU and will actually have 12 GiB of GDDR6X memory. According to GPU clock speed and memory bandwidth are identical to the RTX 4080 12GB. The company has now also confirmed that the former RTX 4080 12GB has actually been renamed RTX 4070 Ti, as the rumors suggested weeks ago.

Colorful RTX 4070 Ti BattleAx Deluxe

According to the specs, the Colorful graphics card is equipped with a 16-pin power connector that delivers up to 285 watts of power, which is said to be the standard TDP for the RTX 4070 Ti and BattleAx Deluxe. Colorful’s BattleAx series mostly uses Nvidia’s reference specifications, which is why there is already a pretty accurate preview of the RTX 4070 Ti. Meanwhile, a screenshot of the card’s specs shows the label “Tomahawk” due to a translation error.

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What Colorful however on the meanwhile website that is no longer accessible according to the report did not mention the number of processing units in the form of CUDA cores. However, it is expected that the RTX 4070 Ti will not differ from the original Geforce RTX 4080 12GB here, so the full AD104 GPU with 7,680 cores should be given. According to the rumors, the RTX 4070 Ti will be launched as part of the official presentation at CES 2023 on January 5th.