Nvidia’s RTX 4070 Ti, which is on the verge of being launched, could retail for $799 (around €749) according to the latest from the GPU grapevine.
VideoCardz reports that multiple sources in China are claiming that the RTX 4070 Ti will pitch in at least 10% cheaper than the canceled RTX 4080 12GB, with both of these models essentially being the same graphics card (at least according to the leaked specs).
The RTX 4080 12GB, which was swiftly ‘unlaunched’ by Nvidia, retailed at a recommended price of $899 (about €842) in the US. Knocking 10% off that comes to $810 (about €761), meaning the MSRP of the RTX 4070 Ti is likely to be $799, it would be odd to pitch it at $10 over the $800 mark.
To back that up, Wccftech asserts that Nvidia has told its graphics card making partners that the MSRP is $799, and YouTube leaker ‘Morre’s Law is Dead‘ also mentions the same price.
The spec of the RTX 4070 Ti has been rumored to be 7,680 CUDA Cores, with a boost clock of 2.61 GHz, and that information comes from a leak by Nvidia France, which accidentally put the specs on its web page.