Galax GeForce RTX 4070 Ti Super EX Gamer White Performance, Power Analysis & Noise Output

The Galax GeForce RTX 4070 Ti Super EX is for demanding gamers who want high performance and silent operation. This is a highly efficient graphics card, which paired with a potent processor will run all current generation games at high enough frames and thanks to its 16 GB of VRAM, texture size won’t bother you in the close future. Paired with a non power-hungry AMD Ryzen 7 7800X3D the peak system power consumption was below 500W, so even with a power beast like the Intel i9-14900K, a good quality 750/850W PSU will be enough. 

During CES 2024, NVIDIA announced the GeForce RTX 40 Super Series family of GPUs — including the GeForce RTX 4080 Super, GeForce RTX 4070 Ti Super, and GeForce RTX 4070 Super. These GPUs use the latest version of the Ada Lovelace architecture, and the first to come out was the RTX 4070 Super, which, unfortunately, I still haven’t received for evaluation.

The Galax GeForce RTX 4070 Ti Super EX that I will evaluate in this review, compared to the RTX 4070 Ti, features more cores, an increased frame buffer to 16GB, and a 256-bit memory bus, boosting its memory bandwidth to 672 GB/sec. Nvidia claims this card is 1.6x faster than an RTX 3070 Ti and 2.5x with DLSS 3. The GeForce RTX 4070 Ti SUPER will be available starting Jan. 24 at $799. The RTX 4070 Ti (non-Super) will be retired since it doesn’t make sense for Nvidia to keep it around.

While the RTX 4070 Ti uses the AD104 GPU, its super variant utilizes the AD103 GPU, the same used by the RTX 4080 (Super). In short, the primary technical specs of the RTX 4070 Ti Super are listed below, and I also include the details for the rest of the RTX 4070 series.

You won’t find any comparative results since I did a major revamp in my GPU testing methodology, and this is the first graphics card I evaluated using it. I am sorry, but the day only has 24 hours, and I need at least a month or two to test more GPUs and include them in my new database. I am working on an automation for GPU testing. I have already achieved some good results, but it also needs time, and the problem is that the automation code has to be different for each game.

You will find tons of interesting data in today’s review, so dive in!

RTX 4070 Ti SUPER RTX 4070 Ti RTX 4070 Super RTX 4070
Boost clock 2.61 GHz 2.61 GHz 2.475 GHz 2.475 GHz
Base clock 2.34 GHz 2.31 GHz 1.98 GHz 1.92 GHz
Cuda Cores 8448 7680 7168 5888
Shader Cores Ada Lovelace
Ada Lovelace
Ada Lovelace
Ada Lovelace
Ray Tracing Cores 3rd Gen
3rd Gen
3rd Gen
3rd Gen
Tensor Cores (AI) 4th Gen
4th Gen
4th Gen
4th Gen
VRAM 16 GB GDDR6x 12 GB GDDR6x 12 GB GDDR6x 12 GB GDDR6x
Memory Interface Width 256-bit 192-bit 192-bit 192-bit

Technical Specifications:
  • CUDA Cores: 8448
  • Boost Clock: 2640MHz
  • 1-Click OC Clock: 2655MHz (by installing Xtreme Tuner Plus Software and using 1-Click OC)
  • Memory Speed: 21 Gbps
  • Standard Memory Config: 16 GB
  • Memory Interface Width 256-bit GDDR6
  • Memory Bandwidth: 672 GB/sec
  • PCI-E 4.0
  • Fans: 2x 92mm, 1x 102mm
  • Fan Stop: Yes
  • Ports: 3x DisplayPort 1.4a, 1x HDMI 2.1a
  • Dimensions(with Bracket): 336 * 146 * 62mm
  • Dimensions(without Bracket): 323 * 131 * 60mm
  • Weight: 1459g
  • Warranty: two years
  • MSRP (excluding VAT): $800

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