Rumor: RTX 4070 graphics card will be released on April 13

Rumor: RTX 4070 graphics card will be released on April 13

Recently, the twitter page hongxing2020 information about GeForce RTX 4070 graphics card release date has published

RTX 4070 graphics card release date: April 13

We already knew that Nvidia was going to launch its fourth RTX 40 Ada desktop graphics card in April, but we didn’t know what graphics card. In fact, we did not know the exact model of this graphic card, nor the exact date of their release, and Nvidia plans to announce this information officially a little later. But recently, the Twitter page of hongxing2020 has announced that Nvidia is going to launch the RTX 4070 graphics card on April 13. This Twitter page has already correctly predicted the release time of RTX 30 and RTX 40 cards and is reliable in this regard.

The GeForce RTX 4070 graphics card is supposed to be equipped with the AD104 processor, but the processor used in it will have fewer cores than the RTX 4070 Ti. As mentioned, the AD104 processor used in this graphics card is supposed to have 5888 CUDA cores, which is 1792 less than the full version of this processor (used in the Ti version). Actually, RTX 4070 will be equipped with AD104-250/251 processor; While the full AD104-400 processor is used in the Ti version.

The good news is that the RTX 4070 graphics card will be quite similar to the Ti version in terms of memory. With this account, this graphics card is equipped with 12 GB of GDDR6 memory under a 192-bit interface. The thermal power of this graphics card is also announced as 200 watts, which is much less than the RTX 4070 Ti graphics card with a power of 285 watts. Of course, we should keep in mind that gaming performance does not necessarily change linearly with power consumption, especially in an optimized architecture like Ada Lovelace.

Transition from Ampere to Ada Lovelace

With the current stock of RTX 30 graphics cards selling out, Nvidia is slowly moving towards mid-range Ampere graphics cards. Just the other day it was reported that Nvidia has pulled RTX 30 Founders Edition graphics cards from its official store, a clear sign that we’re moving from Ampere to Ada. We’ll also hear more about the much-anticipated RTX 4060 and RTX 4060 Ti graphics cards over the coming weeks, albeit mostly unofficially.

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