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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||2640 MHz|
|CUDA Cores||7680 Cores|
|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||280W|
|Recommended PSU Wattage||750W|
|Power Connector||1 x 16-Pin|
|Max GPU Length||336 mm|
|Date First Available||January 05, 2023|
Pros: Great thermals, power consumption and puts my rtx 3070ti to bed. Running a 3440x1440 monitor and so far it plays my games close to maxed out at 144fps. Was tempted to get a rtx3090 used but with the new features this card offers it was the right choice for a gamer.
Cons: Would be nice if it had 16gig of vram like the 4080. Would future proof it a lot longer. 12gigs is till plenty for 3440x1440. Mainly vram is chewed up using raytracing in 4K, this would be my only concern with this card down the road.
Overall Review: Would definitely recommend if you can get it for around $800. I paid $820 with a $30 rebate. Its not much longer than my old msi gaming trio 3070ti. Definitely thicker though. Ive watched quit a few reviews on the 4000 series and this card is definitely the best bang for your buck so far. Great card over all and temps stay between 55-65 degrees when gaming.
Pros: Great performance, excellent temps, clean esthetic, works amazing with a next power supply so you only have to use one power cable, the power I had was much better quality.
Overall Review: 5/5.
Pros: Works fine had to cut my pc case to get it to fit inside but went well and was not to hard. Tin snips are a good tool to have just beware sheet metals sharp. I love the led that show GPU temp on the gpu when you play games.
Cons: I had to cut pc case to fit this.
Overall Review: No issues.
Pros: Very quiet compared to my old 3080, uses a lot less power then my 3080, card is fast and high fps even handles raytracing very well. My card out of the box auto overclocked much higher then the base overclock speeds, hits 28
Cons: Not a con for me since I have a big case but it is a big card. Gigabyte app for overclocking isn't as good as EVGA and and MSI for customization. I don't care as much about about RGB but fan lighting faces down and is kinda pointless unless side mounting.
Overall Review: Overall love this card, I will admit overall performance not raytracing isn't a huge gap from my 3080, but raytracing is a world of difference. Also when it comes to thermals this card is amazing, highest wattage I've seen is around 250 where is my 3070 was normally around 300 undervolted and 350 when stock. It was expensive but I think worth it since I love my ray tracing games and how quiet my system runs now. The size is definitely giant and it won't fit in anything under some mid tower cases. Without even overclocking I've had luck with my card running at 2860 clock and have been able to at 2000 mhz to the memory.
Pros: Runs all the games I play in 2k without and issues. Its a quiet card but also stays cool. It seems to match my AMD ryzen 7 5800x very well. $ years warrenty is very nice.
Cons: The price is still high, evn though I got it at a discount. Its huge and RGB fusion is junk. Anti sag bracket sucks.
Overall Review: I would recommand this card if you can find it close to MSRP. Great 2k card.
Pros: Twice the power (according to benchmark) as my old 1080ti. Lower power consumption Doesn't run as hot
Cons: Card is gigantic. Make sure it fits your build! I had to remove a couple of case fans to barely squeeze it in. Check dimensions!! Slight coil whine
Overall Review: Absolutely content with my purchase.
Pros: Seems to work fine. I need to get a demanding game to test it, but it runs all my existing games on the highest settings. No overheating, no stutter, no problem.
Cons: I had to modify the antisag bracket. It was in the way of the USB3 port on the motherboard. Just took it into the garage and a few seconds on the metal grinder and everything is hunky dory.
Overall Review: Yes I would recommend this to a friend. But beware, the antisag bracket might have to be adjusted, depending on your motherboard. It wasn't a big deal to me because I had the tools.
Pros: - Runs very cool, some games the fans will not even turn on, Watch Dogs Legions it slowly ramps up to mid 50c then fans kick on for maybe 20 seconds and cools down to high 40s and they shut off again. -Boosts to 2880MHz with default OC BIOS. GPU-Z says it's voltage limited, and GPU voltage is locked on this card so giving it more power does nothing but mine can go to 119%. -Quiet, even in OC mode I don't hear the fans when they do turn on -Great cooler design
Cons: -Price, expensive for a 70 series card -same performance as my old 3080 10GB(wife needed an upgrade or else I would not have bought this), but currently bottle necked by my 7700k until I upgrade but still will only be a small increase for $130 more than a 3080. -12 pin connector? Really it's not bad for this card since it's only a 2 8 pin adapter. -Size as well, it's much larger than my EVGA 3080 XC3 Black.
Overall Review: If you don't have a 30 series card it definitely performs great and runs cool. I was very salty about paying so much for this card after getting my 3080 at launch for actual MSRP of $699. But after using the card, it runs so much cooler than my 3080 and draws significantly less power as well.
Pros: - Being able to enjoy any game at 1440p with max RT settings and staying well above 60fps. - It runs cool and quiet. My CPU cooler is louder.
Cons: - RGB Fusion does not work properly. If you like the "dazzle" effect the card comes with, don't install RGB Fusion. It might be interfering with the Corsair iCue software, but it does not work for me properly, it took many restarts and installing and uninstalling to get a lighting effect that is Ok.
Overall Review: In my opinion, this is as good as it's going to get value-wise for the current generation. The 4080 and 4090 are quite expensive and only worth it if you are playing in 4k. For 1440p, this GPU is perfect. I played Guardians of the Galaxy in 1440p with 100% Res, ray-tracing and the GPU is only at 60% and the fans didn't even have to turn on. Impressive. I played it on a 4k LG C1 in 1440p HDR and it looked as good as 4k. It will perform above 60fps and above with RT and max settings for demanding games like Cyberpunk. With the 4070ti, you are paying for and expensive product, but you will not be left behind. You can play anything you want with max settings and that is worth the extra few hundred that you will have to spend. Going below this GPU will not let you enjoy max settings, for me that is not worth saving a few hundred worth.
Overall Review: It does what GPUs do. It's quiet, runs cool, and can do 4k at 60-80 fps.