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PCI Express 4.0 x16
|Interface||PCI Express 4.0 x16|
|GPU Series||NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 Series|
|GPU||GeForce RTX 4070 Ti|
|Core Clock||2640 MHz|
|Effective Memory Clock||21000 MHz|
|DirectX||DirectX 12 Ultimate|
|HDMI||1 x HDMI 2.1|
|DisplayPort||3 x DisplayPort 1.4|
|Max Resolution||7680 x 4320|
|Thermal Design Power||285W|
|Recommended PSU Wattage||750W|
|Power Connector||1 x 16-Pin|
|Max GPU Length||336 mm|
|Date First Available||January 05, 2023|
Pros: Looks great and runs well.
Cons: None so far.
Overall Review: Great option for an aesthetic and capable sub-$1,000 card, especially in a white build.
Pros: Quality is great Great temps runs cool even when fans arent on Good packaging Very fast shipping
Cons: Could use a little more RGB Dont like the power adapter Big card but not as bad as 4090 (Fits in the y60 hyte case but takes up a lot of space.)
Overall Review: Like the title says my review excludes the price because of the obvious pricing issues nvidia has that everyone is commenting on. I was in the market for current gen gpu and from all the threads, vlogs and reviews I saw this is the best gpu in the price range. I am building a new rig in prep for Diablo 4. I have never been able to truly max out settings on any game for a rig I have built, my builds are usually mid to high range. To be able to max out settings on a triple a game and run it smoothly is the goal. This GPU definitely meets that goal. The build in the pics isnt complete thats a z370 mobo with an i5 4690k devils canyon and 16gbs of cheap ram. Even with that, the gigabyte 4070ti easily maxes out any game I throw at it in ultra at 1440. Frame rates very per game but usually in the 90-100 fps range. Using hwmonitor you can tell the cpu is bottlenecking the gpu as the gpu is only 50% utilization and cpu is 100%. Once I upgrade the mobo to ddr5 with a 12th/13th gen cpu I am sure my frames will easily be above 120 and my cpu usage will drop a lot. The card its self looks amazing, my first white themes build, which I didnt know if I would really like once built. I love it so far, very good quality product, the packaging was done well. The card runs cool under load, 50c average on load, fans kick in at 53 and it drops to below 40 quick and fans turn off. From the motion tools I am using its not so power hungry as the specs state, I think its says 250 watts, but I rarely see it go above 140. I will likely get the 12th gen 12400 cpu to keep the power usage low. Probably wont make that big of difference in my electric bill but I am ocd like that (cheap). This card also installs very easy, I have a raiser cable connection and had no trouble installing. Card was recognized immediately, no issues with displays. I guess the only con I have and its not specific to this card is the power adapter. The 16 pin adapter it came with is long and if you have RGB or custom power cables this will make your cables look off. Not sure how I will fix this as I like the look of my lian li RGB connecting to the card. Some zip ties or repositioning of my power cables. Overall very happy with my purchase. Im not going to dock the rating because of the price, the market is what it is, if you need a new gpu and your current one is at least 3 generations back, get this card. If you are on a 20 or 30 series card I would wait for h to e next series. This card is being upgraded from a gtx1660 super.
Pros: - Can do 4K high refresh (90 FPS or above) in a lot of games. If you have a 4K144 monitor, this is great. - Stays very cool, in the mid 60C range while gaming. - White aesthetic looks nice in the build. - Card comes with a bracket, to hold the weight, but I didn't use it.
Cons: - Almost impossible to install. It's huge. Had to remove my CPU cooler completely just to get it in the case. - Needs to use the 12-pin power adapter, so it looks kind of make-shift. - Ray tracing is still too intensive at 4K.
Overall Review: - This is an awesome card. Getting over 90 FPS at 4K in heavy games like Cyberpunk 2077. On lighter games I can get the full 144 FPS of my monitor. With GSync/FreeSync, 90 FPS+ is fine, it looks butter smooth. - Install was very difficult. I have a standard mid-size case. It did technically fit, but I had to remove the CPU cooler, and even then it was tight. Make sure you do research on your case and measure cause this thing is huge. - DLSS3 is only available in a couple games. I tried it on the new Need for Speed and it looks amazing. Getting around 120 FPS max settings at 4K. - Ray tracing does work, but not at max settings. For 1080p and 1440p you might be okay. At 4K you need to turn off some of the RT effects or lower general settings. Even then you are talking 4K 60 FPS, which is still amazing, but I think high refresh looks better. - 12GB is enough for most games, even at 4K.
Overall Review: Great product great temps and oc
Overall Review: I love it!!
Pros: Great Aesthetics Great Performance Great warranty - 4 years with Gigabyte - no need to buy an addition warranty with Newegg (Make sure you register your GPU once you get yours, if you don't do it within x days of purchase I don't think they will honor this warranty) Price - This is a pro and con, this GPU is one of the best deals for it's performance, you can get a "better" RTX3090 for $300 or more, but it's also nearly the same performance and is nearly 2 years old (good luck finding a new one).
Cons: Price - it's been beat to death, if the 4070ti was $200 cheaper you would not be able to buy one because they would have sold out the day of release. 12 pin connector - as other reviews state the very basic black, anti-flex adapter is not a great look, you can buy a white 12 pin adapter separately to fix this issue, but at this price point you shouldn't need to Aero replaced Vision - I actually would have preferred the Vision style cooler but Gigabyte has killed off Vision, leaving only the Aero edition.
Overall Review: Price is a Pro/Con depending on your situation, if you're on a RTX 3000 series card you should consider skipping the 4000 series altogether, a 3080/3090 should last until we get 5000 series cards unless you're wanting to run games at 4k. As the pictures show I upgraded from a GTX 1070 from 2015, if you're in the same boat and looking to play games like Cyberpunk at max settings in 1080p or 1440p, this is likely the best value for a brand new GPU. You can pay more for a RTX3090 or RTX3090ti, but performance will likely be very similar - and do you really want to pay more money for an older GPU with the same performance? I didn't.
Pros: Gigabyte Product, so quality, Check! Matches my White theme well, Check! Light on the RGB +, Check! Didn't have to sell a Kidney or 1 from the sack to Purchase a GPU, Check! Check! I just wont be buying food for couple weeks, I'll be fine, can you say Soup Kitchen? Stay's nice and cool under a load, max I seen it was 63c on Witcher 3 on ultra RT & Nvidia control panel upscaled to 2880 x1620 with customized settings maxed getting 128fps average. World of Tanks max settings 300+ FPS temp average 48C @ 1920 x1080 Tarkov max settings 124 FPS temps average 56c @ 2560 x1440 & 227 FPS @ 1920 x1080 Haven't found a game in my Library it doesn't handle real well. Granted I only have a 1080P/144Htz monitor upscaled, but still not to bad on temps or frames along with old MBR drive so Resize bar is off, but you don't get much of a gain with that feature enabled yet anyhow. Good upgrade from RTX 2070
Cons: No free software on a $900 purchase? Sad but true. 16 Pin power splitter with 2 Ugly plug connectors. Come on Manufactures, make 90 degree plug options on the card & a single power cord with heavier gauge wire already that ships with card. Gigabyte Control Center is lacking compared to Afterburner Controls. Double check that you have room for this in your case, because as The Orange Man would say: It's HUUGE, The Biggest, The Best my people have found, there really is nothing like it folks.
Overall Review: Very impressed with New Egg Shipping, I Ordered at 6:30pm standard shipping & got it next day by 3 PM! You guys Nailed it!! WOW!! Would recommend if your needing to upgrade your GPU & you don't want to spend $1500 - $3000k for a video card and you don't play at 8K res. Hope this helps you out in your GPU decision
Pros: Yes I purchased an rtx 4070 ti. Coming from a rtx 3080 12gb. This card is very cool and quite max Temps I have seen so far are around 62c. Very good proformance. Great dlss. Ray tracing. Low power usage.
Cons: Tough gpu market right now. Card is quite big. So make sure you have the room.
Overall Review: Yes I would recommend.
Overall Review: This is definitely the way to go if you wanna play 4k games without spending close to $2000 on just a GPU. I have had zero issues with this card and my games look absolutely incredible! I can max out all graphic settings on my games and there is no stuttering. Wish it was a little cheaper but with the way everything is right now you can't do better. Really can't go wrong with this one.
Pros: Fast Cool Looks great in a white case
Cons: Not a huge fan of the price.
Overall Review: I know the reviews for the 4070 Ti have been hit or miss, but I really can't complain about this card. It looks awesome, it runs cooler than any card I've ever owned which really surprised me. I thought for sure that it would be a space heater in my office. It successfully runs at 4K 144hz on my gaming monitor along side of my work monitor also 4K. It's a very powerful card. I ran HW Monitor the first week I had it to see what kind of stress I was putting on it, and I've only managed to max it out in real world applications once.