ASUS ROG GeForce RTX 4070 Ti SUPER Gaming STRIX OC review

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Introduction and Analysis

We review the ASUS ROG STRIX GeForce RTX 4070 Ti SUPER OC Gaming, a product with a notably lengthy name. This graphics card boasts an impressive design, excels in efficient cooling, and operates quietly. It is particularly appealing to enthusiasts who enjoy customizing their hardware. The card is extremely silent and pushes low values for GPU temperatures. The GeForce RTX 4070 Ti SUPER boasts impressive features such as ray tracing, DLSS3, and AI-powered assists, making it an attractive choice for gamers who demand optimal performance. With 8448 (was 7680) shader cores and 16GB of 21Gbps GDDR6X memory across a 256-bit wide memory interface, the graphics card delivers a maximum bandwidth of 672 GB/s. It also includes 66 RT cores, 264 Tensor cores, 264 TMUs, and 112 ROPs, using 45.9 Billion transistors counting AD103 silicon as the RTX 4070 Ti SUPER, with 66 streaming multiprocessors being enabled. 


GeForceRTX 4080
RTX 4070 TiRTX 4070 SUPER
RTX 4070RTX 3070 Ti
GPU AD-103-300AD-103-275AD104-400 AD104-300
AD104-250 GA104-400
Shader Cores 972884487680 71685888 6144
Base Clock 2205 MHz2340 MHz2310 MHz 1980 MHz1920 MHz 1575 MHz
Boost Clock 2505 MHz2610 MHz2610 MHz 2475 MHz2475 MHz 1770 MHz
Memory 16 GB G6X
16 GB G6X12 GB G6X 12 GB G6X12 GB G6X 8 GB G6X
Memory Bus 256-Bit
256-bit192-bit 192-bit192-bit 256-bit
Memory Speed 22.4 Gbps
21 Gbps21 Gbps 21 Gbps21 Gbps 19 Gbps
Memory Bandwidth 717 GB/s
672 GB/s504 GB/s 504 GB/s504 GB/s 608 GB/s
TDP 320W
285W285W 220W200W 290W
Interface Gen4 x16
PCIe Gen4 X16
PCIe Gen4 x16 PCIe Gen4 X16
PCIe Gen4 x16 PCIe Gen4 x16
MSRP 1199 USD799 USD
799 USD 599 USD
599 USD 599 USD
Release Date November 2022January 2024
January 2023 January 2024April 2023 June 2021

On January 8th, 2024, NVIDIA introduced the GeForce RTX 4070 Ti SUPER, a high-performance graphics card designed for the PC gaming community. This card is built using the 5 nm process technology and features the AD103 graphics processor, specifically the AD103-275-A1 variant. It is fully compatible with DirectX 12 Ultimate, ensuring it can efficiently run the latest games and support upcoming titles with advanced features like hardware-ray tracing and variable-rate shading. The AD103 processor is a large chip with a 379 mm² die area and contains 45,900 million transistors. While it shares the same GPU as the fully-enabled GeForce RTX 4080 SUPER, the RTX 4070 Ti SUPER has fewer shader units to align with its design specifications. It includes 8448 shading units, 264 texture mapping units, and 112 ROPs. Additionally, it is equipped with 264 tensor cores for improved machine learning performance and 66 ray tracing acceleration cores for advanced rendering. The reference clocked cards come with 16 GB of GDDR6X memory, connected through a 256-bit memory interface. It operates at a base clock speed of 2340 MHz and can boost up to 2610 MHz, while the memory runs at 1400 MHz (22.4 Gbps effective data-rate). For power, the RTX 4070 Ti SUPER uses a triple-slot design and is powered by a single 16-pin connector, with a maximum power consumption of 285 W. It offers various display outputs, including 1x HDMI 2.1 and 3x DisplayPort 1.4a, and connects to the system through a PCI-Express 4.0 x16 interface. At launch, the GeForce RTX 4070 Ti SUPER is priced at $799, positioning it as an attractive option for those seeking top-tier graphics performance. 

The ASUS RTX 40 STRIX series represents their most advanced air-cooled graphics card to date, boasting a factory overclock and a design that blurs the line between technology and performance. This review focuses on the RTX 4070 Ti SUPER ROG Strix "O16G Gaming" model, notable for its pre-tuned optimization. This card stands out with its remarkable cooling solution, arguably the most sophisticated in its category. Its design fuses metal components of dual tones and adjustable RGB LED diffusers for a modern aesthetic. The latest ROG STRIX iteration includes improved features like Axial-Tech 0dB fans and an enhanced heatsink with a vapor-chamber plate. Additionally, it offers gamer-centric amenities such as an ARGB header, additional case-fan headers, and dual BIOS options.

The manufacturer has boosted the GPU Boost clock speed to 2670 MHz, adding to its appeal. Despite the card's expected price range of $849-899, which exceeds NVIDIA's suggested $799 MSRP, its performance merits attention. When further optimized, it can approach speeds near 3.0-3.1 GHz, and the memory works at 24 Gbps when tweaked. With these high-end specifications and components, let's proceed with a detailed review of this graphics card.

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