News Nvidia GeForce RTX 4070 Ti Easily Matches 3090 Ti Says Leaker

Just looking at the rumoured specs, that's what I'd expect... 2 extra billion transistors and about the same power implies those CUDA cores will be clocked high right off the gate to match or pass the 3090ti.

Not saying that's a bad thing, but a xx70 part at 400W is hardly breath taking when saying it'll beat the previous flagship at about the same power draw. Then again, this was the same with the 3070 and the 2080ti? They have about the same power draw, no?

Regards.
 

Tom Sunday

Commendable
Jul 24, 2020
145
35
1,610
0
I am yet to meet someone that actually owns a 3090ti! Of course when folks like me representing the simple ‘man on the street’ fighting to put food on the table and halfway filling ones gas tank to get by…it’s no wonder. But its nice to continually scanning the tech-channels and dream about how it would feel to have deep pockets for this kind of tech!
 
Aug 1, 2022
5
1
15
0
with only 12GB of memory, its hard to take this seriously. If I wanted only 12GB memory I would just get the 3060 12GB version. The main reason to get the 3090 (ti) is for the 24GB of memory for use with memory-intensive workloads. Otherwise, who cares what the 4070 can do.
 
Reactions: PEnns

cknobman

Distinguished
May 2, 2006
1,011
65
19,360
0
Just looking at the rumoured specs, that's what I'd expect... 2 extra billion transistors and about the same power implies those CUDA cores will be clocked high right off the gate to match or pass the 3090ti.

Not saying that's a bad thing, but a xx70 part at 400W is hardly breath taking when saying it'll beat the previous flagship at about the same power draw. Then again, this was the same with the 3070 and the 2080ti? They have about the same power draw, no?

Regards.
Exactly. Not exactly impressive if its still pulling the same, or near, power as the 3090ti.
Nvidia and Intel both just keep pumping in more and more power and calling it "progress".
 
Reactions: bigdragon

salgado18

Distinguished
Feb 12, 2007
789
166
19,170
4
71% cores on a better node, using 88% of the energy and matching the performance. I think these clocks are way too high. It should, in theory, use less than 71% of the energy if clocks were the same, right? We leave Netburst behind, but it never leaves us...
 

ASK THE COMMUNITY