GeForce RTX 4070 SUPER

GeForce RTX 4070 SUPER

The GeForce RTX 4070 Super, launched on January 18, 2024, is the latest addition to the RTX 4070 Family. It's designed to be a top choice for gamers and creators, offering a good mix of performance, speed, and pricing. Notable upgrades from the RTX 4070 include the same 12GB GDDR6X memory and significant improvements due to Nvidia's Ada Lovelace Architecture. With this architecture, the RTX 4070 Super delivers up to 2 times better performance and power efficiency. Additionally, it can achieve up to 4 times better performance with DLSS technology.

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The Specs of RTX 4070 Super and RTX 4070

 

 

RTX 4070

RTX 4070 Super

Memory

12GB GDDR6X

12GB GDDR6X

Memory Speed

21 Gbps

21 Gbps

Memory bus

192-bit

192-bit

Interface

PCIe 4.0

PCIe 4.0

GPU

AD104

AD104

CUDA Cores

5888

7168

Boost Clock

2475MHz

2475MHz

Power Consumption

200W

220W

 

 

The RTX 4070 Super brings a big improvement with more CUDA cores – 7,168 compared to the RTX 4070's 5,888. That's almost as many as the RTX 4070 Ti and a 22% increase from the base RTX 4070. Power consumption is a bit higher at 220 watts, but not by much.

 

Some things didn't change like the boost clock staying at 2,475MHz and the bandwidth at 21Gbps. Even though not everything is different, these upgrades make the RTX 4070 Super a much better graphics card. With these improvements, it's almost like a replacement for the non-Super RTX 4070 Ti.

 

The Performance comparison between RTX 4070 Super and RTX 4070

 

Both the RTX 4070 and RTX 4070 Super target 1440p resolution, but the RTX 4070 Super is noticeably faster at that setting, boasting around an 11% speed improvement across various tested games. It's worth noting that these figures don't include Nvidia's DLSS 3.5, a feature available on both cards.

A compelling comparison is with the RTX 4070 Ti, an $800 graphics card that Nvidia is phasing out. The RTX 4070 Super nearly matches its performance, all for a $200 lower price.

Both cards are geared for 1440p, but they aim for 4K performance. The RTX 4070 fell slightly short, but the RTX 4070 Super now offers playable performance at 4K. It's almost a 10% improvement over the RTX 4070, getting closer to the desired 60 frames per second (fps) in the most demanding games.

The RTX 4070 Super is noticeably faster and only slightly more expensive. Now, let's talk about ray tracing. In Returnal at 1440p, there's a big improvement. The RTX 4070 Super is about 18% faster than the regular RTX 4070 in this tough game, putting it close to AMD's pricier RX 7900 XT.

DLSS Frame Generation is a star here. With it on, we hit 178 fps in Returnal with the same graphics settings. Both the RTX 4070 Super and RTX 4070 support DLSS 3.5 with Frame Generation, but the Super version starts with a higher base frame rate. That means it keeps a higher frame rate even after applying Frame Generation.

 

 

 

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