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PCI Express 4.0
|Interface||PCI Express 4.0|
|GPU Series||NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 Series|
|GPU||GeForce RTX 4070 Ti|
|Core Clock||2310 MHz|
|Boost Clock||2610 MHz|
|HDMI||2 x HDMI 2.1a|
|DisplayPort||3 x DisplayPort 1.4a|
|Max Resolution||7680 x 4320|
|Thermal Design Power||285W|
|Recommended PSU Wattage||750W|
|Power Connector||1 x 16-Pin|
|Max GPU Length||305 mm|
|Slot Width||3.25 Slot|
|Date First Available||January 05, 2023|
Pros: To hear others tell the story, the original 4800 was pulled by NVIDIA and re-released as the 4070 Ti. This meant no Founder's Edition (FE) from NVIDIA, but the board partners would release the base level 4070 Ti as a de facto FE. However, the cost per chip meant very little margin for the board partners, so various folks were indicating that they would be scarce in favor of OC and advanced cooling options where margins were more favorable. So this is the base level 4070 Ti, or the FE, if you will. Other respondents have given some of the performance and construction details, so I'll just talk to my experiences and thoughts, which is to say that I game on a wide-screen, 20:1 2K monitor at 100 mHz and my previous card was an EVGA 2080 FTW. For Destiny, the FPS are pegged at 100 regardless of setting or scene (up from a fluctuating 70 +/-). For DOOM Eternal, same. Granted, these are "simple" and/or well optimized game engines. The new Dead Space game really stresses system. With everything maxed, I'm seeing fluctuating 80 +/- FPS. Other games are similarly impressive. I'm not much for overclocking as I don't see the results on the screen during game play, but I did run the ASUS OC tool to see what happens when I bump the clock from 2610 to 2640 ASUS OC mode, without further tweaking). Result is card doesn't miss a beat and temperatures barely flinch. There's probably more to be had for the adventurous tweaker. I ended up getting a new power supply to feed the additional power needed. This wasn't necessary as the two 8-pin plugs that fed the 2080 are all that is needed for the 4070. So back the new PS goes.
Cons: No cons. The card is big, so be sure your case has the space. It is on the heavy side, so be sure to use the enclosed support if used on its side. Some folks are funny about RGB lighting. Yes, there is a little ASUS symbol that glows. Hardly ostentatious, but if it clashes with your color scheme or it just bothers you that much, you'll need to install the ASUS software to modify.
Overall Review: As mentioned above, it's a decent, noticeable, and efficient upgrade from the 2000 series, and earlier, line of GPUs. Even searching used online I was hard pressed to find a good used 3080 or 3090 at a cost differential that would make a serious value proposition versus a new 4070 Ti. However, if you already have a 3000 level card, the value proposition may not be there for you to upgrade to the 4070 Ti. For the rest of us, if you can find a base level 4070 Ti, it may be all the 4000 series you need for the best entry level price.
Pros: Performs as expected. No coil whine! I got lucky! Fans are quiet enough. Stable in my case without the support rod.
Cons: The support rod is to be magnetically attached to my psu. No magnets are going in my pc... MSRP
Overall Review: I'm totally satisfied with this purchase. An excellent upgrade from my 1080.
Overall Review: A lot of graphic power with the Rtx 4070 Ti, I am satisfied with the purchase, it has excellent performance compared to RTX 4080 and with DLSS 3 technology, it considerably improves the FPS. I recommend this graphics card.
Pros: It's The most inexpensive one as far as I could find and it's an Asus Tuff, which I always liked that brand of card. Not to Flashy on the LED experience, Card is freakin HUGE, Which they all are so whatever. Preforms Well Temps stay Low In the market today .. what better choice in the price range is there.
Cons: --LED's are lack luster.. which who cares, but given that the card is GINORMOUS I feel like it would be nice to have a little more. -- No Waterblock options as of late for this thing. The actual card is small.. Id love to have it waterblocked instead of mounted vertically air cooled in my super custom waterloop RIG, but we'll see I suppose
Overall Review: In the market today .. what better choice in the price range is there. You could get a 3090 maybe that had about the same performance, but actually not quite as good. It beats the 3090ti as well. I guess it depends what you're gonna do with it, but if you game, at 2k, like I do this thing is great. Haven't even had it slow down. I know 800 is a lot for a GPU, but its not over 1000, It beats all the 30 series cards which are still going for close to that. I dont know all the reviewers, gamers nexus..etc etc.. were quick to bash this GPU and NVidia, and I see why. At the end of the day 800 bucks, this card.. preforms pretty amazing, Short of jumping to a 4080 or a 4090 .. what are you going to do exactly?
Pros: -Stays Cool -Performs well at 2k -looks nice sitting in the case. -Plays everything I throw at it in 2k
Cons: -RGB I guess. Not a fan of RGB not really a con?
Overall Review: Would buy again. Dont listen to all the youtubers saying this is a bad card. Little over priced I guess? but does perform well in the games I play at max settings in 2k Tarkov, RDR2, Cyberpunk ECT has yet to let me down. If you have the funds and looking for an upgrade I say why not!
Pros: -Thicc -Cool (Literally) -Performs well -Playing dead space remake at max settings on 1440p doesn't even break 60 C. Ambient temps are in the low 60's tho. Its cold here :( you may want to undervolt it with msi after burner to get even better control of the temps though, although I don't bother.
Cons: -RGB -I dont want to install bloatware just to turn off lights.
Overall Review: Would recommend. I guess. Still overpriced I think. 192 bus memory lane is gonna limit 4k playability but if you're gaming in 4k i doubt you're going to settle when it comes to the gpu.
Pros: It's a 4th gen RTX gpu, what else is there to say? Been playing Cyberpunk at 2k and ultra settings, buttery smooth framerate. For those of us blessed enough to be able to buy a card like this it's a very nice upgrade. Runs cool and quiet, I don't think i've ever had a card that ran as efficiently as this one does, I know it's the newer architecture but I'm impressed.. It hasn't once spiked over 65C at full load (and that's with the fans only ever kicking up to 40%) or used any more than 260W at any given time. My 750W psu is more than enough (which i was worried about).
Cons: Power cable adapter is stiff and kind of annoying to have to bend out of the way. Especially in a case like mine where the power cable basically runs from the top of the card DIRECTLY into the side case cover, with barely any space to exist.. But ehh, first world problems, no biggie.
Overall Review: All in all, it's a decent upgrade from the 2080 I had before it, now I can run every game I play at 2k resolution while still leaving all settings to ultra. The 2080 struggled at 2k in half the games I'd play before, ran hotter, even when it was idle. So it's a decent improvement in not only performance, but efficiency and I think all around longevity for the card as well just by design. Also it helps that its from Asus and feels/seems very well built and over engineered. I'd buy again definitly.
Overall Review: At highest settings in Destiny 2 or Hogwarts legacy at 2k I get 500-700fps in loading zones and 200-300fps in action. 64gb ddr5 and i5-13600kf. This card runs anything and everything with more than enough frames. I never have to worry about temps. As for the "Asus TUF" part. This card looks nice, the RGB is not too much, the cooking performance is great and overall I would definitely recommend this card to anyone interested.
Cons: It is a huge card 12 gigs of Vram. Would have prefer 16. expensive
Overall Review: Fast Great for content creation Fans not too loud Stable drivers from Nvidia gddr6x memory instead of slower gddr6 Great service from Newegg.
Pros: Overclocks and undervolts well Runs insanely cool (71 celcius in intense game at stock settings) Runs on a 650 W PSU w/ 5800x3d easily, no power issues. DLSS 3 and RT
Cons: It's large (not an issue for me, but for some could be a problem). 12 GB vram is a bit worrying, especially considering AMD cards have higher amount, but at 1440p it should be okay, but unoptimized games might prove challenging in the long run.
Overall Review: Only get this over the 7900 XT if you want RT / DLSS3 and play at 1440p or less and same price or cheaper. For 4k, you'll want something with a bit higher vram (16gb minimum at this price). I didn't need to use the anti-gpu sag brace, but it's there if you need it. The included 12VPWR adapter works fine and was easy to install. Wasn't too stiff or anything. Extra HDMI port if you need that (I didn't).