RTX 4070 Super Review: A $599 powerhouse

Nvidia introduces its 4000 Super series with the release of the RTX 4070 Super.

Mario Vasquez

The Nvidia RTX 4070 Super represents a significant improvement over its predecessor, the RTX 4070, particularly in terms of performance. Despite retaining the same 192-bit memory bus and 12GB of GDDG6X memory, the increase in CUDA cores brings its performance closer to the RTX 4070 Ti, marking a notable generational leap. This is especially evident in its enhanced 1440p and 4K capabilities.

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RTX 4070RTX 4070 SuperPercentage Change
CUDA Cores5,8887,16822%
Ray-Tracing Cores465622%
Base Clock (MHz)1,9201,9803%
Boost Clock (MHz)2,4752,4750%
Memory (GB)12120%
Memory typeGDDR6XGDDR6X
FP32 TFLOPS29.1535.4822%
Memory Bus192-bit192-bit0%
Bandwidth (GB/s)504.2504.20%
TDP (W)20022010%
MSRP at Launch $599$5990%
Street Price (January 2024)$534$59912%

Graphics card comparison of RTX 4070 vs. RTX 4070 Super.