Nvidia launched its RTX 40 series in October. Every member of the family didn’t come out at the same event. The company only showed a few cards at that time and pointed at the other cards. RTX graphic cards all have incredible processing power. They also bring full support for DLSS and ray tracing technology. The specifications are excellent, but the price isn’t just that. The buyers mostly prefer the mid-range cards of these series. That’s why potential customers are waiting for mid-range cards like RTX 4060 and RTX 4070. If you’re one of the waiting, there’s good and bad news simultaneously. A few critical reports allege from the company might affect your plans for getting the upcoming RTX 4070.
Nvidia Changes The Plans For RTX 4070 Graphics Card
As the latest rumors say, Nvidia has already abandoned RTX 4070. The company wants to redesign the card and bring a higher level of performance. They want to do a more powerful card to compete with their rivals. The details are brief, but the company probably had some insights about its rival AMD, and they’re replanning their strategy. It’s good to start waiting for a stronger GPU, but the development process will be extended, which might cause a late release.
RTX 4070 is also expected to support DLSS 3. This is a magical touch to the AAA games. DLSS is a software acceleration that works with AI. It lowers the resolution with less quality loss. The GPU is also expected to offer a high-end performance. There are elder brothers like RTX 4090 and RTX 4080 in RTX 40 series, but RTX 4070 also should be a great choice for whoever wants to play AAA games with 2K resolution.
Another question is; will that plan change put an expensive card on the market? That’s still a question, and it’s early to talk about it. Our biggest hope is to see a good balance between the price and performance.