Recently, it has been reported
that Nvidia is preparing two AD104 graphics cards based on the Ada Lovelace architecture. The two GPUs are AD104-250 and AD104-251, corresponding to GeForce RTX 4070, which may be put on the agenda in the next few weeks.
According to VideoCardz, the packaging and graphics card renderings of two GeForce RTX 4070s of GALAX have been leaked. Both are white in appearance, namely GALAX RTX 4070 SG White and GALAX RTX 4070 EX Gamer White, with a thickness of three slots. The heat dissipation module is basically the same as the GeForce RTX 4070 Ti of the same series and should adopt the same design, so there is no need to worry about heat dissipation.
It is rumored that the GeForce RTX 4070 has 46 sets of SMs, 5888 CUDA cores, 46 RT cores, and 184 tensor cores, equipped with a 36MB L2 cache, and 12GB of GDDR6X video memory. The memory interface width is 192 bits, the memory rate is 21 Gbps, the memory bandwidth is 504 GB/s, and the power consumption of the whole card is 200W.
According to previous information, the PCB design corresponding to AD104-250 is PG141-SKU343, which will be put into production in late February, and the PCB design corresponding to AD104-251 is PG141-SKU345, which will be put into production in late March. It is not yet clear when the new graphics card will be on the market. According to the production time, it should be seen in the second quarter, and it may have to wait until this year’s COMPUTEX.
In addition to the GeForce RTX 4070, it has recently been reported that Nvidia is preparing the GeForce RTX 4060 Ti, the first desktop graphics card to feature the AD106. It has 4352 CUDA cores, is equipped with 8GB of GDDR6 memory, the memory interface is 128 bits, and the power consumption of the whole card is 160W, which is lower than the 200W of RTX 3060 Ti. The expected release time is similar or even the same as GeForce RTX 4070.