Nvidia's RTX 4070 launch schedule leaks

Expect to see Nvidia's RTX 4070 in April

Nvidia's RTX 4070 launch schedule leaks

Nvidia's RTX 4070 is expected to be "on shelf" in April

Thanks to Videocardz, we have gotten a look at some of Nvidia's embargo information for their planned RTX 4070 graphics card, a GPU that is now due to be on store shelves in April. At this time, the reveal date of the graphics card is unknown, and the official "on shelf" date is simply listed as April, with no firm launch date. 

Nvidia's RTX 4070 is rumoured to feature 12GB of GDDR6X memory like the company's more powerful RTX 4070 Ti and feature 5888 CUDA cores, which is almost 25% fewer CUDA cores than an RTX 4070 Ti. Currently the MSRP pricing for Nvidia's RTX 4070 is unknown. The RTX 4070 is expected to utilise the new 12VHPWR connector for power, despite the GPU's expected 200W TDP. 12VHPWR connectors are designed to deliver up to 600W of power, making a mere 200 watts child's play for the connector. 

Nvidia's RTX 4070 launch schedule leaks

Based on today's leaks, PC gamers will need to wait for two months for Nvidia to launch their next RTX 40 series graphics card. Like all RTX 40 series GPUs, Nvidia's RTX 4070 is expected to support DLSS 3 (DLSS Frame Generation) in addition to the company's other RTX technologies.  

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Most Recent Comments

07-02-2023, 11:48:37

They've taken so long to release the cards and the prices are stupid that i've pretty much lost interest in this generation of nVidia cards.Quote

08-02-2023, 12:09:09

Originally Posted by smilertoo View Post
They've taken so long to release the cards and the prices are stupid that i've pretty much lost interest in this generation of nVidia cards.
I lost interest in flagship purchases long ago when these prices reached ludicrous levels. I find better deals with last gen high end now. Saved about $1000 iirc on the 3090ti suprimX, just because they tried to shift them to make way for the new series.Quote

08-02-2023, 12:15:04

last gen is where it's at for price performance, give it another generation and they may change there minds as i don't see many buying them atm.

I expect they will want £700 for this meaning zero gain over a 3080.Quote

08-02-2023, 12:18:52

I feel like all the hype surrounding Lovelace and RDNA3 has dissipated way earlier than previous generations. Even though I was excited to buy a Navi 33 card, I just don't care any more.Quote

08-02-2023, 12:24:04

I was on the fence with rdna3 was for sure more excited for rdna2, but amd missed the mark tbh but i still see as things go a few more generations them being very decent.

Nvidia on the other hand the prices are just too high.

I know RnD costs but there has to be some rational thinking with what the cosumer is expected to pay, tbh both are guilty the last gen is just way way better value.Quote

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