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Rumor: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070 Graphics Card Specs, Performance, Price & Availability (300W + 36TF performance)

Black_Stride

do not tempt fate do not contrain Wonder Woman's thighs do not do not
Why does nvidia overcharge hundreds for their gpus? I’m looking to build a pic but I may just go amd out of principle I can accept a 2000$ gpu if it’s 3x the performance but not when it’s barely 2x so what gives
3080
3080 12G
3080Ti
3070

Are all at or below MSRP.
Their price/performance right now rivals AMDs.
We still dont have much information on RDNA3 so, i have no idea how good or bad their cards will be price/performance vs Nvidias offerings.

Doubling the performance of a gpu gen on gen is a pretty big get, Native 4K should be doable until the enxt graphical bump to PC titles hit.
With DLSS and the 4070+ level cards 4K resolutions should be a cakewalk.

You could always just skip the generation and play at 1440p till 4K panels are pocket change.
 
3080
3080 12G
3080Ti
3070

Are all at or below MSRP.
Their price/performance right now rivals AMDs.
We still dont have much information on RDNA3 so, i have no idea how good or bad their cards will be price/performance vs Nvidias offerings.

Doubling the performance of a gpu gen on gen is a pretty big get, Native 4K should be doable until the enxt graphical bump to PC titles hit.
With DLSS and the 4070+ level cards 4K resolutions should be a cakewalk.

You could always just skip the generation and play at 1440p till 4K panels are pocket change.
I don’t have a pc yet this would be my first build so I’m just gonna get the latest parts (unless I find something crazy Like a 3090 ti for sub 500) 2x the performance for a severely increased price over every previous Gen is not the deal you think it is. It has to be 3x for 2000 to be an actual good deal and that’s obviously not happening none of the gpus I’ve seen are honestly worth more than 1.2k
 

Black_Stride

do not tempt fate do not contrain Wonder Woman's thighs do not do not
I don’t have a pc yet this would be my first build so I’m just gonna get the latest parts (unless I find something crazy Like a 3090 ti for sub 500) 2x the performance for a severely increased price over every previous Gen is not the deal you think it is. It has to be 3x for 2000 to be an actual good deal and that’s obviously not happening none of the gpus I’ve seen are honestly worth more than 1.2k
If all your PC does is game, then even a 3070 or 6700XT would be a good get.

We have no idea when RDNA3 and the main Ada cards are gonna hit, but pretty much every rumor is pointing towards 2023.
So if you can wait that long then just sit and wait.
Ryzen 4 and RaptorLake should be out by the time the new GPUs show up so youll have the latest everything.
If you do emulation go for Ryzen cuz Intel have seemingly lazered off AVX512 from their consumer chips.


Ive been building PCs for ~15 years, actually worked at a system builder for some of those years.
Other than the 8800GTS and the RTX3080 i have now, ive always been a second tier GPU buyer, they always provide the right price/performance ratio.....the 3080 kinda fell in my laps otherwise I would be running an MSI 3060Ti.

But that puts me in an odd position where I have to go up a tier or skip the generation.
If the 320Bit GA102 chip is priced reasonably ill be jumping on that, My PC doesnt only game so having a decent/beyond decent machine will pay for itself in time.

I also maybe naively dont expect Nvidia to increase Adas price.
I might be wrong but i think seeing how demand reduced heavily once the pandemic wasnt on everyones mind, i think GPU demand should have normalized somewhat.
Nvidia shouldnt increase the prices if they want us to buy their chips.
They can keep making tiers above xx80 all they want as long as a 4070 is 500, 4080 is ~700 dollars, its Ti variant 1000 or less.
 
If all your PC does is game, then even a 3070 or 6700XT would be a good get.

We have no idea when RDNA3 and the main Ada cards are gonna hit, but pretty much every rumor is pointing towards 2023.
So if you can wait that long then just sit and wait.
Ryzen 4 and RaptorLake should be out by the time the new GPUs show up so youll have the latest everything.
If you do emulation go for Ryzen cuz Intel have seemingly lazered off AVX512 from their consumer chips.


Ive been building PCs for ~15 years, actually worked at a system builder for some of those years.
Other than the 8800GTS and the RTX3080 i have now, ive always been a second tier GPU buyer, they always provide the right price/performance ratio.....the 3080 kinda fell in my laps otherwise I would be running an MSI 3060Ti.

But that puts me in an odd position where I have to go up a tier or skip the generation.
If the 320Bit GA102 chip is priced reasonably ill be jumping on that, My PC doesnt only game so having a decent/beyond decent machine will pay for itself in time.

I also maybe naively dont expect Nvidia to increase Adas price.
I might be wrong but i think seeing how demand reduced heavily once the pandemic wasnt on everyones mind, i think GPU demand should have normalized somewhat.
Nvidia shouldnt increase the prices if they want us to buy their chips.
They can keep making tiers above xx80 all they want as long as a 4070 is 500, 4080 is ~700 dollars, its Ti variant 1000 or less.
I want to go all out and not have to think about upgrades for 5 years so I would be buying the top end sku (well unless it’s priced at 2k plus)
 

Black_Stride

do not tempt fate do not contrain Wonder Woman's thighs do not do not
I want to go all out and not have to think about upgrades for 5 years so I would be buying the top end sku (well unless it’s priced at 2k plus)
Well then you might want to skip RaptorLake and go straight to MetoerLake in 2023/4 when Intel does a full architecture, socket, node and chiplet change.
MeteorLake isnt going to be LGA1700.

The 4090Ti is absolutely going to be near if not more than 2000 dollars.
Its twice as strong as a 3090Ti it has 48GB of 24Gbps GDDR6X VRAM on a 384bit bus with near 100MB of L2 cache.......that alone almost justifies the price.
What a gaming rig is gonna do with 48GB of VRAM?
Who knows, but build it and they will come is Nvidia motto.

You are gonna be spending near 4000 dollars if not more on a PC?
Thats some joke level stuff unless that PC actually makes money for you.
Cuz by streamlining your purchasing youll get better bang per buck.

For instance going X670E over X670 will likely gain you a whole 1 fps......going for a 7950X over a 7700X will likely gain you none.




 
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Well then you might want to skip RaptorLake and go straight to MetoerLake in 2023/4 when Intel does a full architecture, socket, node and chiplet change.
MeteorLake isnt going to be LGA1700.

The 4090Ti is absolutely going to be near if not more than 2000 dollars.
Its twice as strong as a 3090Ti it has 48GB of 24Gbps GDDR6X VRAM on a 384bit bus with near 100MB of L2 cache.......that alone almost justifies the price.
What a gaming rig is gonna do with 48GB of VRAM?
Who knows, but build it and they will come is Nvidia motto.

You are gonna be spending near 4000 dollars if not more on a PC?
Thats some joke level stuff unless that PC actually makes money for you.
Cuz by streamlining your purchasing youll get better bang per buck.

For instance going X670E over X670 will likely gain you a whole 1 fps......going for a 7950X over a 7700X will likely gain you none.




i was unaware they were coming out with even more cpus that soon i also thought the 4090 ti wasnt coming out till 2024 and im definitely not gonna wait that long
 

tusharngf

Member
Any 4060 leaks?

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4060 Ti & RTX 4060 Rumored To Feature Over 2.5 GHz Clocks, Top Model Faster Than An RTX 3080 10 GB​


NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4060 Ti "AD104" Graphics Card

The NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4060 Ti is said to utilize the AD104-180-A1 GPU core with 6144 FP32 cores or 48 SMs. That's 20% fewer SM units compared to the full chip which offers 60 SMs or 7680 cores in total. The graphics card is said to feature 10 GB of GDDR6 memory across a 160-bit bus interface and is expected to clock in at 17.5 Gbps for a total of 350 GB/s bandwidth. The card is rumored to have a TBP of around 270-280W and the GPU core is expected to run at an average clock speed of around 2600 MHz.

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4060 "AD106" Graphics Card

The non-Ti model of the graphics card, the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4060, is expected to utilize the AD106 GPU core with 3968 FP32 cores or 31 SMs on the AD106-300 die. That's 14% fewer SMs compared to the full 36 SM die or 4608 FP32 cores. The graphics card is expected to rock 8 GB GDDR6 memory across a 128-bit bus interface, running at 17 Gbps for 272 GB/s of bandwidth. NVIDIA's RTX 4060 could also feature an average clock speed as high as 2700 MHz with a TBP between 230-240W.
 
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