WTF?! The next entry in Nvidia’s Lovelace a number of illustrations cards, the RTX 4070 Ti, does not start until very early next month, most likely January 5, nonetheless it appears no body informed a store in Serbia that is obviously attempting to sell the card early as well as for a price that is comically high.
Redditors discovered the upcoming Gigabyte GeForce RTX 4070 Ti Gaming card for sale in a* that is( shop. Gamers in the united kingdom will need to spend a premium that is high become one of the first to own the GPU: it’s priced at 172,229 RSD, including taxes, which converts to around $1,550. That’s close to the US MSRP of an RTX 4090.
The retailer is generously offering a discount on the RTX 4070 Ti to those who pay cash for the card. Sadly, even with 10% off, the price is $1,400, which is still a few hundred dollars more than the official RTX 4080 MSRP.
Assuming this is all real and not some fakery that is elaborate the stupidly high price will partially be because of the card offered in front of its launch day. However, a* that is( user points out that the country has a duopoly on the tech market. When taxes, customs, and greedy merchants are also taken into account, it leads to some of the most tech that is expensive within the EU. As a good example, the RTX 4080 retails for $1,700 in Serbia, although the RTX 4090 is true of no less than $2,500.
It appears that Serbia is not the nation that is only the RTX 4070 Ti is in stock. Another Redditor shared photos of the MSI GeForce RTX 4070 Ti Gaming X Trio from a Costa Rican retailer, though in this case, the cards aren’t being sold now; they’re just ready for the launch that is official. The vendor is reported to be pre-orders that are taking but there’s no word on prices.
We now know that the RTX 4070 Ti is a version that is rebranded of $900 RTX 4080 12GB that Nvidia “unlaunched” in October, making just the RTX 4080 16GB, that hasn’t already been attempting to sell really well—unless you count Newegg’s numbers.
The RTX 4070 Ti includes a 295 sq. mm full-fat AD104 GPU, 12GB of DDR6X memory clocked at 21 Gbps, a memory that is 192-bit, and 504 GB/s of bandwidth. There are also 7,680 cores, as well as 240 Tensor cores, 60 ray units that are tracing 30 billion transistors, or more to 160 ROPs. Still no term on which the MSRP that is official will within the US.