AXGaming and ZOTAC have released two RTX 4070 Ti GPUs with white colour schemes.
Sadly both designs will only be available in China. ZOTAC has yet to release a white RTX 40 GPU for the global market, while AXGaming, a Chinese board partner, is currently only selling their cards in China.
The AXGaming RTX 4070 Ti X3W OC has a dual-slot and triple-fan design, as well as an NVIDIA reference board. The card appears to be the same as the RTX 4080 16GB model, but the size has been reduced (dimensions: 299x117x42 mm vs. 337x142x59 mm). The card has the same TDP as the reference model despite using a non-standard boost clock of 2640 MHz (+30 MHz) (285W). It is also powered by a single 16-pin power connector, which should come as no surprise to anyone.
AXGaming GeForce RTX 4070 X3W OC, Images Source: VideoCardz
The ZOTAC design is an evolution of the X-Gaming model, which we discussed last week. The same 2.5-slot and triple-fan design will be available in white and grey colour schemes. It also includes a full cover backplate. This model, interestingly, will be factory-overclocked to the same frequency as the AXGaming card (2640 MHz), with no other changes mentioned. If the same specifications apply to the white edition, this card should have a default TDP of 285W, but it should be unlockable up to 314W.
ZOTAC RTX 4070 Ti X-Gaming White, Images Source: VideoCardz
The AXGaming card is now on the market for 6499 RMB (944 USD). ZOTAC’s model is not yet available on any of the platforms we checked, but the blue edition of X-Gaming is priced the same as the AXGaming card. Importantly, this is the official MSRP of the RTX 4070 Ti in China, so they are not sold ‘at a premium’.