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The PNY GeForce RTX 4070 Ti OC comes with a fantastic cooler paired with outstanding fan settings that make this card whisper-quiet, even under full load. What's even more impressive is that PNY can achieve this with a close-to-reference design PCB at a very reasonable $830.

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Well, I certainly did not expect this to have the best temps/noise out of the lot, but looking at the PNY 4080 review as well, it seems that they really have a winner this time.

Usually by purchasing one of these cheaper PNY, Palit or Zotac cards, you always sacrifice noise and/or temps.
 

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Thanks W1zz, great review as always. Good to see PNY putting in a good showing with their cooler!

It is a shame to see 4k scaling so poorly on this card overall though. I wonder if this can be traced to reduced VRAM, reduced VRAM bandwidth, reduced cache size, or some combination...
 
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Hmm, i was aiming for the Gaming X Trio. But this seems a better options regarding noise/temps ratio.

There 4070 is also under way though.

My goal is 1440p60, so perhaps a Ti is overkill for that. Though i do plan on keeping it for a while and skip two generations. So next one would be the RTX 7000 series at the least.
 
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Why does GPU-z say this card doesn't support PhysX ?
Nvidia planing on dropping support for PhysX or is that GPU-Z bug ?
w1zzard could you test if it still supports it with fluidmark from geeks3d.
 
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I also like how they kept case width in mind with the power connector, it seems to be placed at roughly the standard 92mm width.
 
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So next one would be the RTX 7000 series at the least.
I would strongly suggest to get a Ti then. Games are getting exponentially more demanding, I thought I could last another year on my 2060, but two games this year showed me to quickly upgrade if I want 1440p at enjoyable framerates. Uncharted 4 PC port and the new Plague's Tale are simply too much for my poor old 2060.

1440p is getting into the no joke territory.
 
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Hmm, i was aiming for the Gaming X Trio. But this seems a better options regarding noise/temps ratio.

There 4070 is also under way though.

My goal is 1440p60, so perhaps a Ti is overkill for that. Though i do plan on keeping it for a while and skip two generations. So next one would be the RTX 7000 series at the least.
Buy A 7900XT and laugh at the end of the year, if understanding why AMD users don't upgrade as quickly and wondering when you will fully understand the software suite. but won't really care with a 5-7% performance increase every quarter. It won't be all smooth sailing and there is plenty of noise but even owners with suspect 6800XTs are more apt to come on here and complain than sell their cards. If the 7900XT is already in some cases 40% faster than the 6800XT and close enough in price to justify that it makes total sense. That makes 4K144HZ HDR a breeze and 1440P something that will give you that smile that using Compelling hardware for the first time gives you might even be able to splurge on a 240Hz 1440P OLED in 2024/5. GPUs are not Smart Phones and should not be thought of in that sense with some of the technology available today (NVME, EPIC, GOG, STEAM, ATMOS) will be ever more enjoyable with a proper high end GPU but with a huge 20GB VRAM buffer no Game is off limits.
 

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I would strongly suggest to get a Ti then. Games are getting exponentially more demanding, I thought I could last another year on my 2060, but two games this year showed me to quickly upgrade if I want 1440p at enjoyable framerates. Uncharted 4 PC port and the new Plague's Tale are simply too much for my poor old 2060.

1440p is getting into the no joke territory.
I think they'd be pretty safe with something a bit slower than the 4070 Ti for 1440p/60. Looking back at the 2060 review, it was between 60 and 75 fps on the more demanding games at the time at 1440p/max:


In this light, it makes sense that you're struggling a couple years later if you don't want to turn settings down too much. If we make a similar comparison with the 4070 Ti, we can see that it's typically holding 100-120 fps in today's most demanding titles:


Of course, how cut down the 4070 will end up being is unknown, but assuming it's ~20% slower, they would still have a pretty comfortable buffer - at least, more of one than the 2060 had when it was new.

P.S. - I'm on the very similarly performing 1070 Ti shooting for 1440p/120Hz, and although a lot of the games I play are older and I'm okay with lowering some settings, I too am starting to get the upgrade itch ;)
 
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I think they'd be pretty safe with something a bit slower than the 4070 Ti for 1440p/60. Looking back at the 2060 review, it was between 60 and 75 fps on the more demanding games at the time at 1440p/max:


In this light, it makes sense that you're struggling a couple years later if you don't want to turn settings down too much. If we make a similar comparison with the 4070 Ti, we can see that it's typically holding 100-120 fps in today's most demanding titles:


Of course, how cut down the 4070 will end up being is unknown, but assuming it's ~20% slower, they would still have a pretty comfortable buffer - at least, more of one than the 2060 had when it was new.

P.S. - I'm on the very similarly performing 1070 Ti shooting for 1440p/120Hz, and although a lot of the games I play are older and I'm okay with lowering some settings, I too am starting to get the upgrade itch ;)
You're right, but he said he wants to last until the 7000 series. That's almost 6 years from now. I think he will have trouble in the future.

But I agree of course, it all depends on how low you're willing to go with the settings. I'm the type who only plays single player narrative games, and only once. I never replay games, so I want to bring out the best graphics from each title.
 
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Buy A 7900XT and laugh at the end of the year, if understanding why AMD users don't upgrade as quickly and wondering when you will fully understand the software suite. but won't really care with a 5-7% performance increase every quarter. It won't be all smooth sailing and there is plenty of noise but even owners with suspect 6800XTs are more apt to come on here and complain than sell their cards. If the 7900XT is already in some cases 40% faster than the 6800XT and close enough in price to justify that it makes total sense. That makes 4K144HZ HDR a breeze and 1440P something that will give you that smile that using Compelling hardware for the first time gives you might even be able to splurge on a 240Hz 1440P OLED in 2024/5. GPUs are not Smart Phones and should not be thought of in that sense with some of the technology available today (NVME, EPIC, GOG, STEAM, ATMOS) will be ever more enjoyable with a proper high end GPU but with a huge 20GB VRAM buffer no Game is off limits.
I'm never ever gonna do business with AMD again, thank you. Had bad experience on their GPU and CPU side.

I would strongly suggest to get a Ti then. Games are getting exponentially more demanding, I thought I could last another year on my 2060, but two games this year showed me to quickly upgrade if I want 1440p at enjoyable framerates. Uncharted 4 PC port and the new Plague's Tale are simply too much for my poor old 2060.

1440p is getting into the no joke territory.
Yeah, that's kinda what i thought. Going that one step higher is better in the long run.

Also this PNY card seems easy to deshroud if needed.
 
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The hit at 4K is an uneventful 3% on average due to cache and memory bandwidth.
It has the exact same scaling as RX 6900XT per resolution for example. The problem isn't with RTX 4070Ti in 4K but with GA102 (it doesn't scale as well in lower resolutions hence these differences if you compare these models)
 
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One shop in the Netherlands has it listed now for €1050, that's the Non-OC model. Mind you a normal 3090 still goes for €1500 over here, so that €1050 isn't that bad in comparison.

I'll wait a little longer until more shops have it listed and fight prices with eachother.
 
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@W1zzard you mention the power limit is locked, does that mean no undervolting either?
 
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I bought one from Microcenter for MSRP, which is $830 USD. It's crazy how quiet it is, even at full load.
 

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Someone can tell the difference between coolers used in two different models?

PNY GeForce RTX 4070 Ti Verto Triple Fan (sold in white box)
PNY GeForce RTX 4070 Ti XLR8 Gaming Verto (sold in purple-black box, reviewed here on techpowerup)

Both are exactly same quiet or more expensive "XLR8" version is quieter and has better temperatures etc?
 

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Someone can tell the difference between coolers used in two different models?

PNY GeForce RTX 4070 Ti Verto Triple Fan (sold in white box)
PNY GeForce RTX 4070 Ti XLR8 Gaming Verto (sold in purple-black box, reviewed here on techpowerup)

Both are exactly same quiet or more expensive "XLR8" version is quieter and has better temperatures etc?
Should be the exact same card, just factory OC, i.e. different BIOS. Maybe binning, but I think that's unlikely
 
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You sold me , and man I am happy ! thank you , Got my PNY 4070Ti at Micro Center for 799.99 .

Why does GPU-z say this card doesn't support PhysX ?
Nvidia planing on dropping support for PhysX or is that GPU-Z bug ?
w1zzard could you test if it still supports it with fluidmark from geeks3d.
I have it !
 
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You sold me , and man I am happy ! thank you , Got my PNY 4070Ti at Micro Center for 799.99 .
Shocking how quiet it is, the size took me by surprise too. It's a big boy!!! Mine says PhysX is enabled also.

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Should be the exact same card, just factory OC, i.e. different BIOS. Maybe binning, but I think that's unlikely
The heatsink on the non-XLR8 is smaller.

Specs:
Regular Verto: 305.1 x 119.4 x 60.6mm; 3 Slot (2610 MHz boost)
Verto XLR8: 331.8 x 136.8 x 66.5 mm; 3.3 Slot (has two versions, 2610 MHz boost and 2670 MHz)

I was looking at them as well and it's obvious that the cheapest one (all black) is smaller:

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I also found out these differences:

PNY GeForce RTX 4070 Ti Verto Triple Fan
PNY GeForce RTX 4070 Ti XLR8 Gaming Verto Epic-X RGB Overclocked Triple Fan


Cooling 3x Axial-fan (90mm)
Cooling 3x Axial-fan (100mm)

Chip clock 2310MHz, Boost: 2610MHz
Chip clock 2310MHz, Boost: 2670MHz, boost clock overclocked (+60MHz)

Computing power 40.09 TFLOPS (FP32), 626 GFLOPS (FP64)
Computing power 41.01 TFLOPS (FP32), 641 GFLOPS (FP64)
 
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Ordered the XLR8 earlier today, i couldn't wait any longer. Not the best price €1019, but that's what it's like in the Netherlands. Even a 3080 still goes for €990 over here, it is what it is.

My current 1070 was already ready for retirement 2 years ago, but the time 3000 prices were crazy high for what they offered.
 
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Ordered the XLR8 earlier today, i couldn't wait any longer. Not the best price €1019, but that's what it's like in the Netherlands. Even a 3080 still goes for €990 over here, it is what it is.

My current 1070 was already ready for retirement 2 years ago, but the time 3000 prices were crazy high for what they offered.
My 1080Ti going into my second rig , you will love the PNY XLR8 4070Ti , as I do , I give thanks' for the review here TechPowerUp , its what sold me on it !
 
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Just installed it and man, they didn't lie about the power efficiency. It's running 1/3 the wattage of my old GTX 1070 on the same settings (RTSS 60 FPS cap), 150 Watts vs 50 Watts.

Uncapped it seems to hover in between 180-230 watts with the temps to roughly 60C, but i never play uncapped.

I will end up deshrouding it and putting two Noctua NF-A12x25 fans on it, because as with any GPU the lower limit is 30% fan speed which is 1000 RPM.
 
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