Nvidia RTX 4070 Ti could beat the RTX 3090 Ti and in the process making your PSU weep. It is now reported that the full-fat RTX 4070 could match the performance of the 3090 Ti easily and seamlessly.
Nvidia RTX 4070 Ti Could Beat The RTX 3090 Ti
Nvidia’s full-fat AD104 chip, which is the GPU for its next-gen Lovelace graphics cards which is also expected to be the engine of the RTX 4070, could at the end being as powerful just as the RTX 3090 Ti, as per latest reports from the rumor mill.
This will be the maximal configuration point of AD104 which will reportedly have 7,680 CUDA Cores and crank the power up to 400W, as well-known leaker Kopite7kimi based on twitter claims.
And just as I have mentioned earlier, there is an AD104 SKU with a 400W limit. PG141-SKU331a full-fat AD104 with 7680FP3221Gbps 12G GDDR6XIt can seamlessly match RTX 3090 Ti.
Leaked Features of the Unreleased AD104
And as you can clearly see, the 0065pectation from the leaker is that this fully unreleased version of AD104 will be a direct match for the chip-making company’s most powerful consumer graphics card, the RTX 3090 Ti. And the suggestion here is that it will match the performance of the Ampere flagship easily and seamlessly. This, therefore, means that we could actually get to see a more powerful GPU.
The vanilla RTX 4070 will however be a cut-down AD104 with Kopite 7kimi saying that it will make use of 7,168 CUDA cores with a power draw of close to 300W.
That being said, the full-fat variant is considerably heavier with the power and it is therefore likely to be faster. This should be the RTX 4070 Ti in theory or whatever it is the naming scheme that Nvidia chooses to use for supercharged versions of base models just like the super moniker as seen in the RTX 2000 generation.