PNY launched the RTX 4070 Ti Verto white edition graphics card

PNY has announced the release of the GeForce RTX 4070 Ti Verto white edition graphics card (model VCG4070T12TFWXPB1). Like the previous black edition, it features a three-fan cooling design, the same cooling module, and no RGB lighting.

Based on the renderings provided by TechPowerup, the new graphics card still has the 12VHPWR interface, maintaining the previous design, but with a more compact PCB design than the RTX 4080 graphics card due to the reduction of a memory chip and power supply scale.

The overall dimensions of the GeForce RTX 4070 Ti Verto white edition graphics card are 331.8 x 136.8 x 66.5 mm, with a thickness of just three slots. The heat sink cover, cooling fans, and backplate are all colored in matte white, while the PCB board remains black. Equipped with an AD104 GPU, it has not been factory overclocked and operates at the stock frequency, with a boost frequency of 2610MHz and 12GB of GDDR6X memory, a memory speed of 21Gbps, and a memory interface of 192-bit. As for display output, it features three DisplayPort 1.4a ports and one HDMI 2.1 port.

PNY has not disclosed the price or release date, but it remains to be seen whether the pricing will be the same as that of the original version.

Recently, many graphics card manufacturers seem to be paying more attention to graphics cards with white color schemes. After releasing the regular versions of the GeForce RTX 40 series graphics cards, a significant number of manufacturers have added all-white versions, including ASUS’ white ROG STRIX RTX 4080/4090 graphics cards and MSI’s GeForce RTX 4080/4070 Ti GAMING X TRIO WHITE. Of course, this is undoubtedly beneficial for gamers, as there are more color scheme options to consider when building a PC.