Nvidia GeForce RTX 4070 Ti SUPER surpasses Nvidia’s RTX 4080 following 26 Gbps memory mod

Brazilian modders give Nvidia’s RTX 4070 Ti SUPER a huge upgrade through overclocking and memory replacement

Thanks to the efforts of Paulo Gomes and TecLab, Nvidia’s RTX 4070 Ti SUPER has been pushed beyond its limits. Both groups have decided to replace the memory on Nvidia’s graphics cards to see just how far they can push their performance.

Typically, the 4070 Ti SUPER comes with 21 Gbps GDDR6X memory. Both Brazilian overclocking groups decided that this wasn’t fast enough, opting to replace this memory and then overclock it. The Paulo Gomes team managed to push their GPU to memory speeds of 24 Gbps, with TecLab achieving a staggering 26 Gbps. Add on some traditional GPU overclocking, and both groups managed to achieve RTX 4080-class performance with their GPUs.

In fact, in the Unigine Superposition 8K benchmark, both groups managed to achieve higher scores than an RTX 4080 with their modified GPUs. This highlights that this specific benchmark may be memory bandwidth limited. After all, the RTX 4070Ti Super has 13% fewer CUDA cores than an RTX 4080.

These benchmarks showcase the benefits of faster memory. This makes it clear why the GPU market is moving towards faster GDDR7 memory. There are rumours that Nvidia plans to use 28 Gbps GDDR7 memory with their RTX 50 series GPUs.

You can join the discussion on this 26Gbps RTX 4070 Ti SUPER mod on the OC3D Forums.

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