Italian Retailer Has The RTX 4070 Ti Listed For Purchase, Arriving On The 5th Of January

An Italian retailer already has a custom RTX 4070 Ti listed. One should note that this GPU is not currently available for purchase and will launch on the 5th of January. This listing is a confirmation of our previous leak, albeit with a slight adjustment to the launch date. 

RTX 4070 Ti Listed

Over at Drako.it, the RTX 4070 Ti has been listed and is expected to arrive 31 days later. If we do the math, this corresponds to the 5th of January. The listing has a slight error in the name as the 4070 Ti will arrive with 12GB of G6X memory, not 16GB

RTX 4070 Ti Listing | Drako.it via Videocardz

Either way, we now have an official confirmation from two different sources regarding the 4070 Ti’s release date. The non-Ti variant, however, is still nowhere to be seen. One can only wonder what became of that GPU, with some hints towards it being downgraded (Average Ada moment). 

RTX 4070 Ti, What to Expect

The RTX 4080 12GB (4070 Ti) was massively slower than the RTX 3090 Ti, with some claiming that it is on par with an RTX 3080 12GB. The 7900XTX is roughly 50-65% faster than the 6950XT (3090 Ti), which of course crushes the 4070 Ti. Even the slower and cheaper 7900XT is much better being just 15-20% slower than the 7900XTX. 

  • RX 7900XTX | 150-160%
  • RX 7900XT | 130-135%
  • 3090 Ti – 100% | 6950XT – 100%
  • RTX 4070 Ti (RTX 4080 12GB) 90-95%

This makes it very clear that Navi31 will literally walk all over the RTX 4070 Ti. The expected pricing of $899 only makes things worse for NVIDIA. Though, that is still yet to be seen. Ada is a serious test for NVIDIA’s exclusives such as DLSS 3.0, Tensor Cores, and CUDA Cores. To put it simply, if it’s not for the performance, users are most certainly going to buy NVIDIA for the features. But then again, RDNA3 has almost similar equivalents with much better performance and value. 

Ada Lovelace Lineup

NVIDIA
SKUChipFP32/CUDASMsMax ClockCacheMemory BusVRAMMemory SpecSpeed (Gbps)TDP
RTX 4000 TitanAD102-450184321443.0GHz+?96MB?384/382-bit48GBGDDR6X24~800W
RTX 4090 TiAD102-350181761423.0 GHz?96MB382-bit24GBGDDR6X24600W?
RTX 4090AD102-300-A1163841282.52GHz96MB384-bit24GBGDDR6X21
450W+ (TGP) / 660W (Max TGP)
RTX 4080 TiAD102148481162.7 GHz?80MB?320-bit20GBGDDR6X23420W
RTX 4080 (Variant 1)AD103-300-A19728762.505GHz64MB256-bit16GBGDDR6X22.5
320W(TGP)/ 516W (Max TGP)
RTX 4070 Ti (4080 12GB Revamped)AD104-400-A17680602.61GHz48MB192-bit12GBGDDR6X21
285W (TGP) /366W (Max TGP)?
RTX 4070AD104-300?7168562.61GHz?48MB?192-bit/160-bit12GB?GDDR6X21?250W
RTX 4070 (Rebranded 4060)AD106460836??160-bit?10GBGDDR6X21?250W
RTX 4060 TiAD1046656523.2 GHz?40MB?160-bit10GBGDDR6X (?)18200W
RTX 4060AD1064352343.0 GHz?32MB128-bit8GBGDDR6X (?)18180W
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