NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070 TI confirmed by Colour, ELSA and ZOTAC ahead of launch

Three companies have begun announcing unannounced NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070 Ti dedicated graphics cards over the past few days, with one company confirming orders for its new products. Color, ELSA, and ZOTAC announce new 12GB dedicated RTX 4070 Ti graphics cards, with their Color GPUs going on sale ahead of tomorrow’s official launch date during NVIDIA’s press conference at CES 2023.

The NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070 Ti is originally the 12GB RTX 4080 graphics card that the company canceled at the end of last year. The delay in release was due to the partners fulfilling their inventory to prepare for launch. The specifications of the custom RTX 4070 Ti 12 GB are similar at each manufacturer, but the designs vary by brand.

first up Colorful, with five massive RTX 4070 Ti graphics cards – one from their BattleAx line, while the other four are believed to be from the iGame series. Additionally, the company plans to release a Neptune variant with water cooling added to the card.

Colorful RTX 4070 Ti GPUs.  Image source: VideoCardz.
Colorful RTX 4070 Ti GPUs.  Image source: VideoCardz.
Colorful RTX 4070 Ti GPUs.  Image source: VideoCardz.

Prices for the new RTX 4070 Ti color graphics cards are listed below:

  • Colorful BattleAx: 6,500 yen
  • Advanced Color Game (OC): 6999
  • Colorful Neptune game: 6,999 yen
  • Color iGame Ultra: 6650 to 6700

You’ll see the Color-custom GeForce RTX 4070 Ti on South Asian markets only and won’t see a global release.

Next up is ELSA, which has posted a landing page on its site for the new ELSA GeForce RTX 4070 Ti ERAZOR X OC release. The page with the image below was posted on the site but was also posted before the official ban was lifted. There are no available GPU specifications to display. However, it does offer dual slot size to provide improved cooling, onboard GDDR6X memory for twice as much bandwidth as previous GDDR6 memory, and a triple-fan design in a streamlined chassis, which the company says will be easier for the consumer to install and will fit in most compatible cases.

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ELSA RTX 4070 Ti ERAZOR OC Edition GPU.  Image source: ELSA via VideoCardz.

The performance of the new ELSA RTX 4070 Ti ERAZOR OC GPU was discovered earlier in 2022, and reports indicate that the new GPU will be up to thirty-five percent higher in performance than the lower-tier RTX 30 GPUs, with the exception of RTX 3090 Ti, which is rumored to be similar in performance.

Last to arrive are ZOTAC, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070 Ti 12GB AMP Extreme AIRO, X-Gaming and Apocalypse OC GPUs, with only the AMP Extreme AIRO appearing in a global version. The ZOTAC leaks show us more information than other competing brands. For example, the 12GB AMP Extreme AIRO graphics card offers 7680 CUDA cores, GDDR6X memory, and a default memory bandwidth of 285W with a boost of up to 366W during the GPU “performance” setting.

Apocalypse OC and X-Gaming are designed to boost up to 330W and 314W, respectively. Since the TDP on the three ZOTAC products is higher than NVIDIA’s reference card specifications, the cards will offer higher and improved performance, close to 90MHz higher, except for the ZOTAC X-Gaming GPU, which will only be thirty percent higher than NVIDIA’s.

Prices for the three dedicated NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070 Ti graphics cards from ZOTAC are listed below:

  • ZOTAC AMP AIRO: 7299
  • ZOTAC’s Apocalypse: 6699
  • Zotac X Gaming: 6299

ZOTAC departs from its typical designs with the X-Gaming model, as it’s thicker with a 12VHPWR connector and will be a bright blue color with different visuals.

We should find out more tomorrow at CES 2023 when NVIDIA, AMD, and Intel, along with more than 2,000 other companies, will showcase products released or in production from 2023.

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