GeForce RTX 3070 Ti
GeForce RTX 3070 Ti ROG STRIX OC
GeForce RTX 3070 Ti, PCI Express 16x, 8 Go GDDR6X
Which graphics card to play in 1440p? The Asus GeForce RTX 3070 Ti ROG STRIX OC is ready to join your PC gamer configuration. Optimized by Ampere, the second-generation NVIDIA RTX architecture, and boosted by the upgrade to 8 GB of GDDR6X memory, you benefit from excellent performance for gaming at 1440p without having to deprive yourself of ray tracing and DLSS technologies. These have been optimized for even greater immersion.
RTX 3070 Ti: total control in 1440p
The Asus GeForce RTX 3070 Ti ROG STRIX OC is one of the first NVIDIA Ampere architecture graphics cards. This second-generation RTX architecture brings its share of optimizations, which the RTX 3070 will benefit from in the best conditions. The RTX 3070 Ti stands out from the RTX 3070 with its 6144 CUDA cores and especially the switch to GDDR6X memory which offers increased bandwidth and higher performance.
In a few words, the RTX 3070 Ti was designed to play in 1440p with ray tracing. Its performance also allows you to enjoy your games in 4K, without compromising on graphics settings.
Optimization was also at the heart of the design of the STRIX cooling system. The latter has been completely improved to meet the requirements of the new NVIDIA Ampere chips and has a new metallic design, three axial fans with a rotation system and specific roles for the central fan and auxiliary fans, a larger radiator and a plate rear of the most beautiful effect... All you have to do is enjoy a high-flying gaming experience!
NVIDIA Ampere: the second generation RTX
With the Ampere architecture, NVIDIA is not only content to offer a significant performance gain compared to the previous generation, but has also taken the opportunity to greatly improve RTX technologies as well as the efficiency and number of RT and Tensor cores, computing units dedicated respectively to ray tracing (which simulates the physical behavior of light for cinematic rendering) and to assistance with 3D graphics rendering via Deep Learning Super Sample (DLSS). The results in play? More fluidity and a reduction in the impact of ray-tracing on the number of frames.
RTX IO Technology
In addition to its Ampere architecture for its GeForce RTX 30 series, NVIDIA has unveiled RTX IO technology, a solution that allows the transmission of data directly from the storage medium (like your SSD) to the RTX GPU, without going through the processor! Clearly, a part of the graphics card can relieve the processor of certain data processing tasks (such as decompression of textures) thus avoiding a bottleneck of the CPU cores and therefore enjoying even better performance.