Palit RTX 4070 Ti GamingPro Review

Palit RTX 4070 Ti GamingPro Review

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We’ve never understood why companies such as Palit – or Zotac, Sapphire etc – don’t sell in the numbers they should. After all, the PCB is the same on everything and the days when a cooler wasn’t capable of cooling a card are long gone. At least with a box design like this if you see the Palit on the shelf it should grab your attention. Zebratastic.

Palit RTX 4070 Ti GamingPro Review  

The front of the Palit RTX 4070 Ti GamingPro is going to be worthy of rejoicing if you count yourself amongst the number who felt their GameRock design was a little too over-the-top. It’s a call back to the old days of mixed textures and diagonal lines designed to assist the fans in sucking in as much air as possible with no dead spots.

Palit RTX 4070 Ti GamingPro Review  

The backplate is 50% vent, which is a massive step up from the quarter sized one we’ve seen on most cards. It’s certainly a bold design, even if the stylised S shapes give us flashbacks to the most annoying pieces in Tetris.

Palit RTX 4070 Ti GamingPro Review  

The GamingPro is surprisingly silver, perhaps in keeping with a lot of recent motherboard we’ve seen that are moving away from the all black design so beloved of Spinal Tap aficionados.

Palit RTX 4070 Ti GamingPro Review  

As well as showing off the thick heat pipes and heatsink on the Palit card, you can see the now-standard Nvidia power connector, as well as Palit’s header that allows you to connect the ARGB lighting on the card to your motherboards controls, ensuring an easy harmonious lighting setup.

Palit RTX 4070 Ti GamingPro Review  
Palit RTX 4070 Ti GamingPro Review  

Like the Gigabyte Gaming card, the Palit GamingPro goes all in on the backplate vent that we’ve seen on all the recent cards. it’s a huge space, and perfect if you want to ensure that all that lovely cool air coming in to your chassis makes it up to your CPU.

Palit RTX 4070 Ti GamingPro Review  

At the business end we find the regular Nvidia selection of display outputs, consisting of three DisplayPorts and a single HDMI, supporting up to 8K60 should the need arise.

Palit RTX 4070 Ti GamingPro Review