The information currently available shows that the RTX 4070 Ti non-public graphics card is equipped with 7680 CUDA cores and 12GB GDDR6X memory. Additionally, the GPU is clocked at 2310/2610 MHz (base/boost). That means its specs are the same as the cancelled RTX 4080 12GB model. This further confirms that Nvidia has not made any changes to the specifications of the upcoming RTX 4070 Ti SKU. This is indeed a rebranded RTX 4080 12GB graphics card, only cancelled by Nvidia when it was announced two months ago. We recently learned that the RTX 4070 Ti XLR8 VERTO is positioned at the high end and has a radiator similar to the RTX 4080 16GB. Both are three-fan designs, but the latter lacks RGB lighting and is 3-slot thick, which is thinner than the RTX 4080 16GB (3.3-slot thick). One of the renders shows the new PCB for the AD104-based RTX 4070Ti. We can clearly see a 12VHPWR connector, the GPU and the memory modules surrounding it (six should be occupied by GDDR6X memory). The PCB is more compact than the RTX 4080 16GB, with a lot less VRM, and it’s only on one side of the GPU. It is rumoured that Nvidia will launch the RTX 4070 Ti GPU on January 5, but the specific price information is not clear. Let’s wait and watch when this specific GPU hits the market or if it even does so in the first place! So guys, in case you liked this post and if you wish to receive more tech stuff delivered daily, don’t forget to subscribe to the Inspire2Rise newsletter to receive more timely tech news, updates and more!On December 14, PNY (PNY) is expected to launch two RTX 4070 Ti non-public graphics cards in the near future: RTX 4070 Ti XLR8 VERTO and VERTO GPU, whose specifications are the same as the “not yet released” RTX 4080 12GB.