Review: Nvidia GeForce RTX 4070 Ti – Graphic Card

Review: The GeForce RTX 4070 Ti emerges as a luxurious gaming solution for 1440p gaming at high frame rates

The GeForce RTX 4070 Ti is positioned as an excellent choice for gamers aiming to enjoy high-quality gaming at 1440p resolution while taking full advantage of Nvidia’s latest technological innovations. Priced at €899, this model is particularly appealing to those interested in experiencing ray tracing.


As the third iteration in Nvidia’s Ada Lovelace series, the GeForce RTX 4070 Ti utilizes a slightly smaller GPU compared to the GeForce RTX 4080 and RTX 4090. However, it maintains the same architectural framework, allowing it to inherit all the technological advancements of the series.

Technical Specifications:

The GeForce RTX 4070 Ti employs the Ada Lovelace architecture but features a smaller graphics chip called AD104, housing 35.8 billion transistors compared to the RTX 4080’s 45.9 billion. With 5 GPC blocks, it boasts 7680 CUDA Cores, 60 third-generation RT Cores, and 240 fourth-generation Tensor Cores dedicated to AI, alongside units for texture rendering. The chip uses TSMC’s N4 process (5 nm) and operates at an average frequency of 2610 MHz.

In terms of memory, it offers 12 GB of GDDR6X with a memory bandwidth of 504 GB/s on a 192-bit bus, slightly lower compared to other “70 Ti” models. However, the architectural advancements of Ada Lovelace compensate for this limitation. Power consumption is rated at 285 watts, but actual usage ranges from 150 to 240 watts depending on the game and resolution. Nvidia’s partners offer various versions with differing technical specifications.


GPU frequency2610MHz
Memory quantity12 GB
Memory typeGDDR6X
Memory frequency2625 MHz
heatsinkN / A

Performance and Power Consumption:

During testing with a Gigabyte GeForce RTX 4070 Ti Gaming OC, power consumption peaked at 273 watts in 4K gaming but could drop to below 200 watts in different scenarios. Average power consumption was 242 watts in 4K and 226 watts in 1440p, aligning well with the model’s performance.

The GeForce RTX 4070 Ti performs admirably in both 4K and 1440p gaming, surpassing 60 fps in rasterization and excelling with ray tracing when DLSS is activated. It even outperforms the GeForce RTX 3090 by 4% in rasterization and 12% in ray tracing, offering a compelling alternative to AMD’s Radeon RX 7900 XT.

The Nvidia Ecosystem:

Nvidia introduces RTX Remix, a tool to facilitate the conversion of classic games to ray tracing rendering. Other applications like the Broadcast suite, Reflex for latency reduction, and GeForce Experience for game management and driver updates continue to enhance the Nvidia ecosystem.


At its €899 launch price, the GeForce RTX 4070 Ti offers an appealing balance of performance and affordability, especially compared to higher-end models for 4K gaming. Its impressive performance, coupled with the increasing compatibility of DLSS 3.0 in games, promises enduring gaming enjoyment. Additionally, it competes favorably with AMD’s Radeon RX 7900 XT, especially in ray tracing-intensive games.


The GeForce RTX 4070 Ti emerges as a luxurious gaming solution for 1440p gaming at high frame rates, whether with traditional rendering or ray tracing effects. Its initial price of €899 makes it a more accessible choice than the RTX 4080 and RTX 4090 for gamers with 4K monitors. It excels in 4K gaming and benefits from DLSS 3.0 support, making it an attractive option. Furthermore, Nvidia’s software ecosystem maintains an edge over AMD.


  • Performance at 1440p.
  • Decent performance in 4K.
  • DLSS 3.
  • Raytracing performance.
  • Nvidia software ecosystem.


  • Power connector in the middle of the card for models using the 12HWPR format.