Zotac has released specifications for three of the five versions of the RTX 4070 Ti: AMP Extreme AIRO, Apocalypse OC, and X-Gaming. Only the AMP Extreme AIRO version, which supports overclocking up to 2.7 GHz, will enter the global market. In this case, the maximum TDP of the adapter will be 366 watts.
The GeForce RTX 4070 Ti accelerator is equipped with an AD104 GPU with 7680 CUDA cores, 12GB of GDDR6X video memory with a 192-bit bus and a default TDP of 285W. At the same time, video cards from Zotac will be produced with a higher TDP. The AMP model will reportedly draw up to 366W in Performance mode, Apocalypse up to 330W, and X-Gaming up to 314W.
The higher TDP also means that Zotac’s RTX 4070 Ti models can run at higher frequencies than the reference ones. The published data indicates that the AMP model supports overclocking up to 2.7 GHz, and X-Gaming supports up to 2.64 GHz.
Note that the X-Gaming accelerator will be the first model with a “colorful” design from Zotac in this generation. It is quite possible that it will become the thickest accelerator in the line and the first to receive a 12 + 4-pin power connector.
As for the cost of the new Zotac accelerators, the AMP Extreme AIRO model will be available for $1060, the Apocalypse will cost about $971, and the X-Gaming variant will cost about $931.
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