NVIDIA RTX 4070 Ti Super Upgraded to the AD102: Same Specs with Higher Power

NVIDIA has started manufacturing the GeForce RTX 4070 Ti Super using the higher-end AD102 GPUs, the very chips that power the beastly RTX 4090. The Ti Super was launched in January 2024, featuring the AD103-275 GPU, making it only the second graphics card alongside the RTX 4080 to adopt the midrange Ada Lovelace die. Not much has changed with the switch to the AD102-175. It is the third and the most nerfed variant of the AD102. The RTX 4090 leverages the AD102-300/301, while the 4090D uses the AD102-250.

The RTX 4070 Ti Super will continue to feature 8448 shaders across 66 SMs and 16 GB GDDR6X memory via a 256-bit bus. The GPU core is clocked at (up to) 2655 MHz and the memory at 21 Gbps (1313 MHz). The only change is the TDP (Total Board Power), which has been raised from 285W to 295W. That puts it within 25W of the RTX 4080/4080 Super. A higher power limit means higher sustained clocks and less (TDP-related) throttling.

The MSI GeForce RTX 4070 Ti Super 16 GB Ventus 3X Black OC is the first AIB model to get the AD102 die. The updated variant is slightly larger (322×156×62->308x120x52mm) and heavier (1107->1464g). Previously, the RTX 4060 was upgraded from the AD107-400 to the AD106-255, the RTX 4060 Ti from the AD106-351 to the AD104-150-KX, and the RTX 4070 from the AD104-251 to the AD103-175-KX.

Source: Алексей.

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