With the RX 7600 and RTX 4060 Ti launches behind us now. I did have a fourth card come in around the same time. Gigabyte sent over their RTX 4070ti Gaming OC. The RTX 4070ti Gaming OC isn’t their highest-end RTX 4070 Ti, they do have the two Aurus cards as well. But it is their highest-end Gigabyte branded card which, unlike their Eagle or Windforce models, it does incorporate some RGB lighting that goes beyond just backlit branding and it is also overclocked so I’m excited to see how it compares to the other RTX 4070 Ti’s that we have taken a look at. So let’s dive in check out the card then put it to the test!

Product Name: Gigabyte RTX 4070ti Gaming OC

Review Sample Provided by: Gigabyte

Written by: Wes Compton

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Graphics Processing

GeForce RTX™ 4070 Ti

Core Clock

2640 MHz (Reference Card: 2610 MHz)

CUDA Cores


Memory Clock

21 Gbps

Memory Size

12 GB

Memory Type


Memory Bus

192 bit

Card Bus

PCI-E 4.0

Digital max resolution




Card size

L=336 W=140 H=58 mm

PCB Form



12 Ultimate



Recommended PSU


Power Connectors

16 pin *1


DisplayPort 1.4 *3

HDMI 2.1 *1


1. Quick guide

2. Warranty registration

3. Anti-sag bracket

4. Anti-sag bracket installation guide

5. One 16-pin to two 8-pin power adaptor


4 Years Warranty (Online registration required)


Before getting into testing I did also run GPUz to double-check that our clock speeds match up with the specifications. The Gigabyte RTX 4070 Ti Gaming OC matched up with its specifications which list it as having a boost clock of 2640 MHz. The stock clock speed of the RTX 4070 Ti which we saw on our Asus TUF is 2610 MHz so the Gaming OC does have an overclock, but it is a very small one. It’s a lot lower than the Suprim X which has a boost clock of 2775 MHz. Beyond that, this documents the BIOS revision of the card when tested as well as the driver which was 531.93.

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