According to a Leaker, two new GeForce RTX 4070 specs are under consideration

NVIDIA seems to be having a hard time making a decision on the final specs of the RTX 4070. Initially, it was rumored that the graphics card would come with 10GB of GDDR6 memory with a 160-bit bus interface. However, this was later updated to 12 GB with a 192-bit interface. It turns out that both options are on the table so far.

Famed leaker Kopite has shared specs across four different SKUs, including the 340, 341, 336, and 337. Each of these variants has its own distinct board design, but it’s important to note that the pairing of 340/341 and 336/337 gives same SKU, but only one is used for the reference design. The other goes to a semi-custom design by the board partners.

It turns out that the 340/341 will likely be based on the full AD104 GPU (AD104-400) with a total of 7680 FP32 CUDA cores. This particular model comes with a 12 GB GRRD6X memory that will be spread over a 192-bit interface and has a speed of 21 Gbps, which means a maximum bandwidth of 504 GB/s.

The 336/337 SKU, on the other hand, is based on a scaled-down AD104 GPU that will give 56 streaming multiprocessors and a total of 7168 CUDA cores. In addition, the memory size of this SKU will be only 10 GB and thus a smaller bus interface of 160-bit. Both models are listed with a speed of 21 Gbps, but this model gets a slightly lower bandwidth.

Whichever variant you choose, the TBP specs have been lowered for both compared to previous rumours. Kopite had previously shared that the total board power will be 300W, but now it appears that this has been reduced to 285W and 250W.

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