Galax GeForce RTX 4070 EX Gamer White Review
A well Performing, Silent and Cool Graphics Card
If you're looking for a WQHD resolution domain graphics card, the Galax GeForce RTX 4070 EX Gamer White is an interesting choice. Our review will show that it can compete with the founder edition in terms of performance while running quietly and keeping temperatures low. NVIDIA has unveiled the GeForce RTX 4070 graphics card, set to launch on April 13th. At a retail price of $599, the RTX 4070 is more affordable for gamers seeking high-end performance than its predecessor, the RTX 4070 Ti, which was initially priced at $899.The GeForce RTX 4070 boasts impressive features such as ray tracing, DLSS, and AI-powered assists, making it an attractive choice for gamers who demand optimal performance. With 5888 CUDA/Shader cores and 12GB of 21Gbps GDDR6X memory across a 192-bit wide memory interface, the RTX 4070 delivers a maximum bandwidth of 504GB/s. It also includes 46 RT cores, 184 Tensor cores, 184 TMUs, and possibly 64 ROPs, using the same AD104 silicon as the RTX 4070 Ti, with 46 out of 60 streaming multiprocessors being enabled. The RTX 4070 provides a more affordable upgrade solution for gamers who want a high-end graphics card without competing with the cheapest RTX 4070 Ti.
With its alluring design, the visually striking GALAX GeForce RTX 4070 EX Gamer White edition will surely captivate onlookers. The card features a 3-slot, triple-fan cooling system and eye-catching LED lights. Employing a standard video output array of three DisplayPort 1.4a and one HDMI 2.1a ports. Driven by NVIDIA's ADA104 GPU, the graphics card incorporates an 8-pin power connector and a highly efficient triple-fan cooling system. With 5888 shader cores, the ADA104 GPU powers the GeForce RTX 4070, producing remarkable rasterized visuals at 29 FP32 Shader-TFLOPS. Furthermore, the card comprises 184 Fourth Generation Tensor Cores for AI processing and DLSS, in addition to 46 Third Generation Ada RT Cores for cutting-edge ray-tracing technology. As a member of Nvidia's RTX 40 Series, the GeForce RTX 4070 comes equipped with Ada features such as Shader Execution Reordering (SER), next-generation RT core engines, and DLSS 3. Operating at a boost clock frequency of 2535 MHz and a marginally higher TGP of roughly 200W, this graphics card provides impressive performance in the 2560x1440 resolution range, making it a top choice for those seeking a refined and elegant design. Compared to the founder's edition model, this card yields a performance enhancement of approximately 2% at no additional cost, as it carries an MSRP of $599.