Nvidia RTX 4070 public version graphics card rendering exposure

The whistleblower Moore's Law is Dead (Moore's Law is Dead) claimed to have obtained the real leaked photos of the Nvidia RTX 4070 public version graphics card and commissioned a 3D design artist to make renderings based on the photos.

As can be seen from the picture, the RTX 4070 reference graphics card that broke the news adopts a dual-fan layout on both sides and a double-slot thickness, which is similar to the design of the RTX 3070 Ti reference version equipped with a complete GA104 GPU.

The RTX 4070 reference graphics card also continues the large fan design of the RTX 40 series. The fan size is larger than the previous generation, extending almost to the width of the entire graphics card.

Nvidia engineers have previously stated that fan selection for the RTX 4090 is a very long process, and the main goal is to use a larger fan because it produces less noise and provides better airflow. It seems that the RTX 4070 is the same idea.

Moore's Law is Dead says the renderings are 99 percent accurate and based on real photos. However, it is unclear if Nvidia plans to launch an RTX 4070 reference graphics card. Previously, the whistleblower said that the RTX 4070 should not be released before November.

Nvidia previously announced the cancellation of the RTX 4080 12GB graphics card, which is equipped with an AD104 GPU and is equipped with a 192bit video memory width. It is unclear whether it will be released after the name change.

Moore's Law is Dead said that the RTX 4080 12GB is not expected to be renamed the RTX 4070. The latter will have fewer CUDA cores, but may continue to use the former's 192-bit video memory width. Of course, this is only a prediction.

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