Away from what’s new at GeForce NOW and the launch of a new line of laptop GPUs, there’s also news from NVIDIA for desktop PC owners. The new GeForce RTX 4070 Ti GPU was announced here.
For desktop PCs, NVIDIA has announced the new GeForce RTX 4070 Ti, which is said to offer the performance and efficiency of the Ada architecture at a price point of 899 euros. Thanks to the new architecture and NVIDIA DLSS 3, the new GPU is said to be three times faster than the GeForce RTX 3090 Ti while consuming half the power.
NVIDIA itself sees the new graphics card option as suitable for those who want to max out their 1440p monitors with high refresh rates. Incidentally, video editors who want to shorten their rendering times with two AV1 encoders should also benefit. The first maps should be available in cooperation with partners from January 5, 2023; there is no Founder’s Edition this time.
There is also more news on the DLSS 3 front, because the list of compatible titles has been diligently worked on here. The following new DLSS titles were announced at CES 2023:
Marvel’s Midnight Sun (DLSS 3 updates in January) The Day Before (coming later this year with ray tracing and DLSS 3) Throne and Liberty (coming with DLSS 3) Witchfire (coming with DLSS 3 later this year) Atomic Heart (coming February 21st with DLSS 3) Warhaven (coming soon with DLSS 3) Dakar Desert Rally (updates for DLSS 3 in January) The Cycle: Frontier (updates for DLSS 3 in January) Conqueror’s Blade (updates for DLSS 3 in January) January) Tower of Fantasy (updates for DLSS 3 in April) ILL Space (early access with ray tracing and DLSS 3 later this year)
Dead Space (Releasing January 27) Judgment (Out Now) Lost Judgment (Out Now) Portal – Portal with RTX | World premiere
The critically acclaimed and award-winning portal comes as a ray-traced remaster with the AI-accelerated performance of NVIDIA DLSS 3.