RTX 4070 price – how much does it cost?

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The RTX 4070 price has just been revealed, and the new GPU will cost you $599.

While the RTX 40-series launched late in 2022, the flagship graphics cards were pretty unaffordable for the average joe. However, these prices weren’t final, as after launching each graphics card was inflated by the AIB sellers. Essentially, unless you are loaded, it’s pretty hard to break into the next generation of graphics rendering. The RTX 4070 is a slightly more affordable options as it stands with the MSRP but let’s get into that a bit more.

You can get your hands on an RTX 4070 from these retailers:

Amazon US

Best Buy

Newegg

RTX 4070 price confirmed

The good news is that the price has bene revealed as $599 and there will be a Founder’s Edition so that can be a slightly more reliable benchmark than in the past. The other good news is that in comparison to previous 40 series this one seriously undercuts.

The 4090 has an MSRP of $1599, the 4080 an MSRP of $1,199, and the 4070 Ti has an MSRP of $799. As you can see, the $599 price tag is a welcome drop for people trying to get their hands on Lovelace technology while on a budget.

On the other hand, the 3070 retailed at $499, as did the 2070. An increase from $499 to $599 is almost entirely expected with the current rate of graphics card price inflation, and the recent Nvidia stocks soaring indicate that prices are only going to increase.

Now that we’ve come to expect this prices from Nvidia’s graphics card – we’re going to have to wait and hear an official announcement confirming the cost before we settle into our opinions. Make sure to check back in with us periodically for the latest updates.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is the RTX 4070 expensive?

The RTX 4070 has an MSRP of $599.

Is the RTX 4070 price confirmed yet?

Yes, the RTX 4070 price has been confirmed for $599 and release on April 13th.

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