NVIDIA leaks the RTX 4070 and its release date, and it will arrive sooner than we thought
If we’re still reeling from the RTX 4070 Ti rumors and leaks, it seems the world of PC hardware is giving us no rest. NVIDIA has leaked the RTX 4070 release date to the shelves, and it’s not that long before we see the true mid-range of the new generation of graphics cards appear in stores.
In the realm of PC hardware, leaks are almost more common than official announcements. The green team has yet to reveal its new GPU, the RTX 4070, but you already have some supposed specifications and what is theoretically the launch window for this graph.
Sources from the Anglo-Saxon VideoCardz portal have unofficially shared with the medium in which month this upper-middle-range graphics card will hit shelves. The RTX 4070 will be available in April this year, although we don’t have a specific day. The information comes with the information of several embargoes to the manufacturers of the same, so it must be taken into account that it is not final.
As for specifications, it is assumed that this graphics card will have 5888 CUDA cores and 12GB of GDDR6X VRAM. Being a trimmed version of the RTX 4070 Ti, it will have a TDP less than 200W. In addition, the information that has been leaking indicates that the manufacture of this component would begin this month.
As usual, none of this is 100% official, and is subject to change. It is not unusual to see verified information end up being modified throughout the component development and manufacturing process. If it comes out in April of this year definitely, we should see more data about this card for the next few weeks.