ZOTAC confirms GeForce RTX 4070 Ti specifications, including a boost clock of up to 2.7 GHz and a TDP of 366W.

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The specifications of the upcoming RTX 4070 Ti series have now been confirmed by ZOTAC.

The company released specifications for three of the five upcoming RTX 4070 Ti models: the AMP Extreme AIRO, Apocalypse OC, and X-Gaming. However, only the AMP model will be available globally.

The RTX 4070 Ti will have 7680 CUDA cores, 12GB GDDR6X memory, and a TDP of 285W by default. Custom models from ZOTAC, on the other hand, will have a higher TDP. According to the presentation slides, the AMP model can reach 366W in Performance mode, while the Apocalypse can reach 330W and X-Gaming can reach 314W.

Higher TDP means faster clocks. Because the clock speeds on the custom ZOTAC models are up to 90 MHz higher than the NVIDIA reference specs, gamers can expect better performance. The AMP model is officially rated for 2.7 GHz boost, while the X-Gaming model is rated for 2.64 GHz (so just 30 MHz faster).

GeForce RTX 4070 Ti X-Gaming & Apocalypse, Source: ZOTAC

GeForce RTX 4070 Ti X-Gaming & Apocalypse, Source: ZOTAC


The X-Gaming will be ZOTAC’s first ‘colourful’ design for this generation. For the past few years, we’ve been sharing photos of X-Gaming cards with snow and architecture. This model is possibly the thickest X-Gaming to date, as well as the first to include a 16-pin power connector.

GeForce RTX 4070 Ti X-Gaming, Source: ZOTAC


The most expensive model will undoubtedly be the AMP AIRO, which will cost around 7299 RMB (1060 USD). The Apocalypse is expected to cost around 6699 RMB (971 USD), while the X-Gaming is listed for 6299 RMB (931 USD).

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