RTX 40-series graphics card pricing could be a reality soon. video cards sauce NVIDIA claims the standard GeForce RTX 4070 will cost $599. That’s definitely more affordable than the $799 RTX 4070 Ti, but about as good as his RTX 3070 Ti in 2021. The days of paying under $500 for an x070 GPU seem to be over.
At least you get more money than any 3070 card. The GeForce RTX 4070 is reported to have the same 5,888 CUDA core count as the regular 3070 and a narrower 192-bit memory bus, but with a base clock speed of 1.92 GHz (even the 3070 Ti tops out at 1.58 GHz). ), more RAM (12GB vs. 8GB), and 29 teraflops of 32-bit floating point power (vs. 22 on the 3070 Ti). And did we mention that it should draw less power than the 3070? Core tally and clock speeds are noticeably lower than the 4070 Ti, but it could offer a tangible advantage over its predecessor.
NVIDIA is said to release a “plain” GeForce RTX 4070 in mid-April. If accurate, for gamers who were hesitant to pay $799 or more just to get DLSS 3 upscaling and other benefits from the latest GeForce lineup, the $599 price tag is finally making Ada-based GPUs a viable option. It may make it more accessible. However, the trend of increasing prices across the range will also continue. Reference prices for all RTX 40 GPUs to date are at least $100 more than his RTX 30 equivalent. If you’re just looking for the best card on your budget, it’s not a big deal, but if you want something as close to the previous high-end model as possible, it can be a pain.