Today we are taking another look at the RTX 4070 Ti Super, as we have Palit's GamingPro White OC model in for review. Sporting a fresh white colour scheme that is complimented by RGB lighting, Palit says this card 'embodies refined purity and powerful aesthetics' while it also ‘exudes grace'. Those are some big claims, so let's put this card through its paces and see how it stacks up to the competition…
There's no denying that white PC components have seen a surge in popularity over the last two years, and most manufacturers have started producing multiple colour options for each new product hitting the market. The same applies for the Palit RTX 4070 Ti Super GamingPro White OC, as it is effectively just a white version of the regular GamingPro card.
That means it still sports a thick triple-fan cooler, factory overclocked core as well as an on-board ARGB header so you can control the lighting via your motherboard. Without further ado, it's time to see what this card can bring to the table…
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First, a quick spec recap. Unlike the RTX 4070 Ti and RTX 4070 Super which are based on AD104 silicon, the new 4070 Ti Super uses a cut-down AD103 die, measuring 379mm2. The fundamental building blocks are still the same of course, with the RTX 4070 Ti Super offering a total of 66 Streaming Multiprocessors (SMs), each housing 256 CUDA Cores, for a total of 8448. We also find 66 RT cores, 264 Tensor cores, 264 Texture Units, and 96 ROPs.
TSMC's N4 node has Nvidia cranking up the clock speed significantly this generation, with the RTX 4070 Ti Super sporting the same 2610MHz rated boost clock as the 4070 Ti. Palit has increased this to 2655MHz with the GamingPro OC, but we would expect GPU Boost to push things further still.
The memory configuration is arguably the biggest upgrade over the other xx70 series SKUs. Moving to AD103 means the 4070 Ti Super comes equipped with a 256-bit memory interface, paired with 16GB GDDR6X running at 21Gbps, putting total memory bandwidth at 672 GB/s. L2 cache remains the same as the RTX 4070 Ti, with 49152KB.
Considering the increased core-count, it's interesting that power draw remains the same as the RTX 4070 Ti, with the new Super model still boasting a 285W TGP, and Palit has not increased this out of the box.
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