Nvidia’s new RTX 4070 GPU launches April 13 at $599

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Nvidia has announced its newest graphics card, the RTX 4070. The GPU was well-leaked over recent weeks, and we now know that consumers can get their hands on the new RTX 4070 starting tomorrow, April 13 starting at $599 for the Founders Edition variant.

The RTX 4070 will feature the Ada Lovelace architecture which “lets you max out your favorite games at 1440p.” DLSS 3 is another Nvidia feature the new GPU will take advantage of, allowing an ever-growing list of supported games to run at 100FPS or more according to the announcement post. DLSS 3 utilizes some of the latest AI technology to upscale game resolution while improving framerate.

A photo of Nvidia’s new RTX 4070 GPU on a table

The mid-range card is essentially an update of the RTX 3060 and features 12GB GDDR6X RAM. The RTX 4070 is also designed to fit inside smaller form factor cases.

Via The Verge. 

Featured image via Polygon.