Where to buy the Nvidia RTX 4070 Ti Super: Retailers & links

Rebecca Hills-Duty
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Looking for where to buy the Nvidia RTX 4070 Ti Super? We’ve got all the details you need including retailers, price, release date, and specifications.

Nvidia’s RTX 4070 Ti Super has landed, and we’ve listed where you can buy Nvidia’s latest cutting-edge graphics card. The GPU was announced at CES, and now Nvidia’s announcement is over, the card has almost come to market.

The RTX 4070 Ti has been listed at several retailers already, including Best Buy, Newegg B&H, and more. However, you won’t be able to pre-order them just yet. We estimate that the GPU will be available at 3 PM CET on January 24, so be sure to have your links ready if you want to avoid disappointment.

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We’ve listed all the models from retailers that are currently available, so you can snag one of these graphics cards before they inevitably disappear. Just note that there is no Founders Edition card from Nvidia, but AIB partners are offering up GPUs at MSRP pricing.

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RTX 4070 Ti Super price

The Nvidia GeForce RTX 4070 Ti will retail at an MSRP of $799. This is just as leaker Moore’s Law is Dead, stated. Though pricing is subject to market forces, recently word emerged from inside Nvidia that the company is planning an aggressive pricing strategy for the 40 Super series to go head-to-head with AMD. Though the focus seems to be on sales of the RTX 4080 Super, users looking to grab an RTX 4070 Ti Super could also benefit.

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Considering the amount of power on offer here, it could be one of the most interesting of the SUPER GPUs, as it could make some customers consider a cheaper alternative to the original RTX 4070 Ti.

RTX 4070 Ti Super release date

The GeForce RTX 4070 Ti Super will be released on January 24, 2024. This will put the release date in between the RTX 4070 Super and the more powerful RTX 4080 Super. This falls in line with earlier rumors suggesting a Q1 2024 as the release window.

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RTX 4070 Ti Super specifications

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CUDA cores84487680

The RTX 4070 Ti Super is set to bolster the CUDA core count of the original card, as well as bolstering the amount of VRAM on the card for 4K gaming performance. It’s believed that the card will be be using the AD103-275, a slight cutdown of the original RTX 4080 chip, which means that you can potentially expect to see similar performance from the two cards, which is great news.

Prior to the announcement, reliable Nvidia leaker Kopite7Kimi revealed unconfirmed specs for the 40 Super series, including the RTX 4070 Ti Super. However, they did temper expectations, saying they were still unsure about the information, saying: “I still doubt with them, especially the Ti Super. I cannot fully agree.” so some uncertainty surrounding the GPU remains.

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The ambiguity over the GPU chip has led to further speculation that Nvidia might be using a practice called variously ‘Chip Mixing’ and ‘Chip Binning’.

This means the company could use two chips to classify an RTX 4070 Ti Super or lower-specced 4070 Super depending on the performance of the chip during certification. Some consumers and analysts have concerns that this approach could mean two graphics cards of the same name could produce different performance figures, but it is impossible to judge based only on rumors and leaks without independent benchmarks to confirm.

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RTX 4070 Ti Super TGP

Based on another leak from Kopite7Kimi, initial information shows that the 40 Super series will largely have the same power requirements as the currently available standard models. This suggests that the RTX 4070 Ti Super might max out at a power draw of 285W. This is great, considering the new chip, the higher CUDA core count, and the higher VRAM of the graphics cards.

The RTX 4070 Ti Super will be replacing the standard RTX 4070 Ti, bringing an increased CUDA core count and other upgraded specifications, but will remain the same price as the initial version of the card.

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About The Author

Rebecca is a Tech Writer at Dexerto, specializing in PC components, VR, AMD, Nvidia and Intel. She has previously written for UploadVR and The Escapist, hosts a weekly show on RadioSEGA and has an obsession with retro gaming. Get in touch at rebecca.hillsduty@dexerto.com