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GeForce RTX 4070 Ti, the unexpected graphics card to kick off 2023

The GPU that pushes 1440p gaming to 120+ FPS that also wows at 4K

GeForce RTX 4070 Ti, the unexpected graphics card to kick off 2023

We analyze the new TUF Gaming GeForce RTX 4070Ti, a Graphics card that has taken us by surprise at the beginning of 2023. This GPU also adopts DLSS 3.0 and in this review we also tested how it works with some available games. Here are our test results.The GeForce RTX 4070 Ti will be available on January 5 at a suggested price of $799.

NVIDIA Ada Lovelace

The heart of this piece of hardware has also been created under the 4 nanometer process like the other GPUS of NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 series and GDDR6X memory. We carried out these tests on a computer with the following specifications in order to maximize performance.

  • Processor: Intel Core i9 13900K
  • Ram: 32 GB Kingston Fury DDR5 5600 Mhz
  • Motherboard: Z790 AORUS Elite AX
  • Television:LG BX OLED 4K

TUF Gaming GeForce RTX 4070 Ti Specifications:

  • Graphics Processing Clusters: 5
  • Texture Processing Clusters: 30
  • Streaming Multiprocessors: 60
  • CUDA Colors: 7,680
  • Tensor Cores: 240 fourth generation*
  • RT Cores: 60 3rd generation*
  • Texture Units: 240
  • ROPs: 80
  • Boost Clock: 2,610 MHz
  • Memory Clock: 10,500 MHz
  • Memory Data Rate; 21 Gbps
  • L2 Cache Size: 49,152 KB
  • Total Video Memory: 12 GB GDDR6X
  • Memory Interface: 192-bit
  • Total Memory Bandwidth: 716.8 GB/s
  • Texture Rate (Bilinear): 626 GigaTexels/second
  • Transistor Count: 35.8 Billion
  • Connectors: 3 x DisplayPort and 2 x HDMI
  • Power Connectors: 2x PCIe 8-pin cables or PCe Gen 5 cable of 300w or more
  • PCI Express Interface: Gen 4
  • Suggested power supply of 700 Watts

*Generational leap

Important to consider during installation

Unlike the GeForce RTX 4080 Y Geforce RTX 4090, which take up three slots in our case, this one only occupies two, but internally the size of the GPU obstructs the third slot, in other words, from the outside it will aesthetically emulate only using the space of a normal GPU, but inside your case it will take up the space of 3. Like the other graphics cards of this generation, it includes an adapter for the power supply and even a bracket to prevent all the weight of the hardware from deforming the motherboard. This is something that seems very simple, but the detail is appreciated. For this evaluation we used a 1,000 watt power supply: the Corsair WM1000x.

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Even though the GPU claims to be ideal for 1440p gaming at 1440+, we opted to push it to the limit with the same methodology we used with the GeForce RTX 4080, we ran all titles in 4K with all settings maxed mostly with DLSS in case the game had such technology. In the games that had DLSS 3, we used the “quality” mode, and in the case of titles having NVIDIA DLSS Frame Generation, as well as the NVIDIA Reflex Low Latency.

All 48 titles were played for at least 30 minutes, sampling in the same parts as with the GeForce RTX 4080.

Video games with their own benchmark

Assassin's Creed Valhalla: 77 FPS

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Batman Arkham City: 77 FPS

Borderlands 3: 68 FPS

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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II: 124 FPS with DLSS in quality mode

Cyberpunk 2077: 41 FPS with DLSS in quality mode with RT on Insane

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Dirt 5: 88 FPS

Dying Light 2: 62 FPS with DLSS in quality mode

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F1 2022: 81 with DLSS

FarCry 6: 71 FPS

Forza Horizon 5: 89 FPS with DLSS in quality mode

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Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition: 90 FPS without DLSS and 121 with DLSS.

Immortals Fenyx Rising: 79 FPS

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Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy: 94 FPS with DLSS

Red Dead Redemption 2: 68 with DLSS

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Shadow of the Tomb Raider: 104 with DLSS in quality mode.

Watch Dogs Legion: 60 FPS

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Titles without their own benchmark

A Plague Tale Requiem with DLSS 3.0 in quality mode with frame generation: 94 FPS, Alan Wake Remastered: 197 FPS, Apex Legends: 136 FPS, Battlefield V multiplayer with RT and DLSS 82 FPS, Chivalry 2: 119 FPS.

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Control: 78 FPS with DLSS and 1440p texture resolution, Days Gone: 99 FPS, Death Stranding Director’s Cut with DLSS in quality mode: 157 FPS ,Elden Ring: 60 FPS (locked) and Final Fantasy 7 Remake: 60 FPS.

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Final Fantasy XV with DLSS: 88 FPS, Fortnite RT and Epic Lumen: 33 FPS, Ghostwire Tokyo with DLSS in quality: 64 FPS, Gotham Knights DLSS in quality: 107 and GTA V: 63 FPS.

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Lost In Random: 157 FPS, Metro Exodus Enhanced Edition with DLSS: 96, Portal RTX: 61 FPS, Resident Evil 2: 106 FPS and Resident Evil 3: 94 FPS.

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Resident Evil 7: 145 FPS, Resident Evil Village: 144 FPS, Sackboy: A Big Adventure: 46 FPS, Saints Row: 63 FPS and Saints Row: The Third Remastered: 65 FPS

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Scorn: 119 FPS, Shenmue 3: 135 FPS, Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales DLSS quality mode: 60 FPS,Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order: 77 FPS and The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil in Me: 64 FPS

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UNCHARTED: Thieves' Legacy Collection: 102 FPS and The Witcher 3 Next Gen DLSS and frame rate: 64 FPS

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Noise and temperature

The component maintained an average of 60°C during the tests and the fans did not generate much noise.


The TUF Gaming GeForce RTX 4070 Ti maintains the generational advance of the Tensor and RT Cores that it had already introduced with the first RTX 40 series, as well as the optical flow process and Shader Execution Reordering, two NVENC decoders with AV1 support that improves the bitrate of H.265/H.264 codecs. This, together with NVIDIA Studio, is a great deal for content creators and publishers.

Score: 9.6


The TUF Gaming GeForce RTX 4070 Ti is the big surprise of this start of 2023, making it a great option for those who want to game above 120 FPS in 1440p with the option to reach 60 FPS in 4K using DLSS.


  • DLSS 3.0
  • 4K gaming above 60 FPS with DLSS
  • NVENC decoders


  • Size inside the motherboard