Some new technical specs are coming up for the RTX 4070, the new graphics card that Nvidia is going to release in the coming months, belonging to the RTX 4000 “Ada Lovelace” Series. As per the new specifications sheet, it seems that the Nvidia GeForce RTX 4070 may work with a boost clock speed of up to 2.8 GHz. Check out the complete details below.
Nvidia GeForce RTX 4070 To Feature Boost Clock Speed of 2.8 GHz
There is still time for Nvidia to provide some information regarding its upcoming RTX 4000 Series graphics card, but new information about its likely specifications keeps emerging every now and then. This time, new information about the RTX 4070 points out that the GPU can perform similarly to an RTX 3090 Ti.
According to the prominent leaker kopite7kimi, who has been reporting on the RTX 4000 series video card for some time now, the RTX 4070 should reach clock speeds greater than 2.8 GHz. Another point that draws attention to the new rumor is that the graphics card would have a base clock of 2,310 MHz, which would be higher than what is expected to see in the RTX 4090.
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As for the rest of the specs, the RTX 4070 graphics card must still have 12GB of VRAM, 7,680 CUDA cores, 40 FP32 cores, 504 GB/s bandwidth, and a TBP of 285W. The memory speed would be 21 Gbps. There will be a total amount of 48 MB L2 cache memory in this graphics card.
In addition, as per the rumors, the new Nvidia card should reach approximately 11,000 points in the 3DMark TimeSpy Extreme, a famous benchmarking test. Just for comparison, the RTX 3070 achieves approximately 6,850 points in the same test, that is, the new graphics card should be able to offer practically twice as much performance.
For the time being, it is still not known when the Nvidia GeForce RTX 4070 should be officially revealed, unlike the RTX 4090 which should be announced sometime in October 2022.