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NVIDIA is preparing two RTX 4070s at once


We’ve previously reported on the specs for the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070 graphics card, which is said to offer up to 7680 cores with 12GB of GDDR6X memory, but it looks like NVIDIA isn’t sure what specs will be tweaked for the card itself at release. According to an insider, NVIDIA has two boards for the RTX 4070 graphics card: PG141-SKU340/341 and PG141-SKU336/337. Both of these boards will support very different GPU configurations and memory specifications. The leader claims that the best SKU will retain the same specs as before, with 7680 cores, 12GB of GDDR6X memory running at 21Gb/s over a 192-bit bus interface, and a power consumption of 285W.

The other SKU is a bit simpler: 7168 cores in total, 10GB of GDDR6X memory running at 21Gb/s over a 160-bit interface, and a power draw of 250W. It is stated that any of these configurations can be used for the RTX 4070 series graphics cards, but based on the specs, if NVIDIA were to use a stripped-down configuration for the RTX 4070, the higher-end option could be the RTX 4070 Ti. If not, then the RTX 4070 Ti could end up going down the AD103 route. NVIDIA is also trying to keep AMD in serious competition, especially with the opposing manufacturer launching its new Radeon RX 7000 series later this year. So far, this generation looks insanely interesting, but you need to understand that at the time of release, everything can change dramatically in any direction.

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