Modded RTX 4070 Ti SUPER Faster than 4080

TechLab and Paulo Gomes modified the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070 Ti SUPER with 26Gbps GDDR6X memory to boost its performance. This modification achieved speeds that outperformed the RTX 4080.

Modded RTX 4070 Ti SUPER Faster than 4080

Modded RTX 4070 Ti SUPER Faster Than NVIDIA RTX 4080

By upgrading the memory of the GeForce RTX 4070 Ti SUPER to 26Gbps GDDR6X, TechLab and Paulo Gomes have reshaped NVIDIA’s current cards. It’s worth noting that this modification provides a significant boost in GPU performance. While NVIDIA’s new graphics card comes standard with 21Gbps GDDR6X memory modules, the replacement with Micron’s 24Gbps GDDR6X dies pushed the performance envelope.

At an event in Brazil, Paulo Gomes and his TecLab teams demonstrated the process of replacing the GeForce RTX 4070 Ti SUPER’s VRAM with faster memory and pushing it to overclocking limits. “I have to say, I would never do this myself… but I really like seeing graphics cards modified like this,” one commenter said, demonstrating just how exciting such modifications can be.

Technical Details and Modification Process

NVIDIA used to release the GeForce RTX 4070 Ti SUPER graphics card with 21Gbps GDDR6X memory modules. However, when this card was modified with 24Gbps and even 26Gbps GDDR6X memory modules, its performance took a huge leap forward. Performing such a modification requires serious soldering, PCB and BIOS modifications. These are tasks that require serious experience and know-how that ordinary users cannot perform.

What is even more remarkable is that these modifications were performed with stock cooling solutions, without using exotic LN2 (liquid nitrogen) cooling. Even when the GALAX and Manli branded RTX 4070 Ti SUPER cards were overclocked with standard cooling, both GPU and VRAM dies managed to reach maximum performance.

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