Geforce RTX 4070: clock rates and news about the Titan [Gerücht]

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from Andrew Link
The rumor mill is now reporting clock rates for the Geforce RTX 4070 and is also commenting once again on the Titan with the Ada chip.

For the Geforce RTX 4070 (without Ti), the rumor mill is now also supplying the clock rates. According to a Twitter user, the graphics card has a base clock of 1,920 MHz and a boost clock of 2,475 MHz in the reference design. Board partner Colorful is said to have a boost clock of 2,505 MHz with an OC model. Compared to the Geforce RTX 4070 Ti, the 135 MHz base clock is less and the boost clock is 390 MHz less – each based on reference values.

The Geforce RTX 4070 should be offered as a reference card. According to the latest information, the built-in AD104-250 uses a total of 5,888 shader ALUs (23.33 percent less than the RTX 4070 Ti), which are supported by 12 GiB of type GDDR6X memory on a 192-bit wide interface. Around 200 to 250 watts TBP are expected. The data on the leaked packaging confirms that the card requires a 2×8 pin to 1×16 pin adapter and is 112mm wide. The Geforce RTX 4080 is 140 mm wide for comparison. The heat sink should therefore be much more compact.

Series production of the smaller Geforce cards is to begin in February; based on the Geforce RTX 4070.

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News about the Ada-Titan

As already indicated yesterday with the Geforce RTX 4090 Ti, the topic of titanium with an Ada chip is briefly taken up again here. So there is probably a card of this kind, but whether it will ever come is just as uncertain as a possible date. Yesterday we already indicated that there would be little room for the shaders to be fully expanded between the Geforce RTX 4090 Ti and Titan. Matthew Smith throws clock rates of 2,235 MHz base and 2,520 MHz boost clock into the room on Twitter – the values ​​​​of the Geforce RTX 4080. But the monster is said to have the legendary 48 GiB GDDR6X memory.

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