Gigabyte launches RTX 4070 Ti AORUS WaterForce series graphics card

Gigabyte has announced the introduction of its RTX 4070 Ti AORUS WaterForce series of liquid-cooled graphics cards, encompassing the GeForce RTX 4070 Ti Xtreme WaterForce 12G and the GeForce RTX 4070 Ti Xtreme WaterForce WB 12G models. Both have slightly different thermal designs, the WB suffix indicating a pre-installed connector for water-cooling pipes rather than an integrated water-cooling design. Purchasing this graphics card requires users to prepare related accessories for installation, incurring a higher assembly cost.

Gigabyte asserts that the new graphics card has been certified by the GPU Gauntlet chip selection technology. With RGB fusion lighting, a protective metal backplate, and aerospace-grade PCB coating, it provides a comprehensive water-cooling solution that extends beyond the GPU to cover VRAM and MOSFET, ensuring stable overclocking performance and enhanced durability—making it an optimal choice for aficionados of silence and high performance. Gamers can also register as Gigabyte members to extend the product’s warranty period, which can reach up to four years.

The GeForce RTX 4070 Ti Xtreme WaterForce 12G employs a cooler with a 240mm specification heat sink, equipped with two 120mm fans. Besides the card’s front, side, and backplate, the dual 120mm fans feature an RGB lighting design. Gamers can customize and synchronize lighting effects across different areas via control software, harmonizing with personal style. Furthermore, Gigabyte has used FEP as the conduit’s material, enveloped within a braided sleeve, enhancing durability and leak prevention.

The GeForce RTX 4070 Ti Xtreme WaterForce WB 12G is an ideal choice for those who value individual style and high-end PC gamers. By optimizing the spacing between micro channels, it maintains a steady flow rate, enhancing overall cooling efficiency. Gigabyte also equips it with a patented leak detection technology—if a fluid leak occurs, the graphics card immediately flashes a light, prompting gamers to shut down the system promptly, averting further system damage.