The NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070 appears to be making the rounds in a variety of validation software, with clock speeds for a few models confirmed. NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 4070 Non-Ti graphics card has yet to be released.
This card is expected to be Team Green’s next major release, and it appears that some manufacturers have already begun testing their early boards. Clock speeds for a few variants appear to have been confirmed, according to Matthew Smith of TechPowerUP, who is in charge of maintaining the GPU database at the tech outlet.
Colorful has validated two NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070 graphics cards using the GPU-z software
The first is a reference model, while the second is the RTX 4070 iGame Ultra W OC. The base clock on the reference model is 1920 MHz and the boost clock is 2475 MHz, while the boost clock on the custom model is 2505 MHz. The custom model is 30 MHz faster than the reference model, with a 390 MHz / 135 MHz difference between the base and boost clock speeds of the RTX 3070 Ti.
That’s a significant difference in clock speeds, but it should be obvious given that the Non-Ti GeForce RTX 4070 uses lower-quality silicon than the RTX 4070 Ti. Both cards use the AD104 GPU silicon.
Previous leaks suggested that NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 4070 would have 5888 CUDA cores and 12 GB GDDR6X VRAM clocked at 21 Gbps. We also mentioned that the graphics card would use the PG141 SKU 345/343 PCB layout, which is designed to be very compact in size.
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