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Asus ProArt RTX 4070 Ti and 4080 Graphics Cards Now Available – No RGB, Professional-Looking Cards

Announced a couple of months ago, Asus’ ProArt GeForce RTX 4070 Ti and 4080 graphics cards are now available in the US (finally). Some of you might be waiting to build a professional-looking system without any RGB lighting, or perhaps you want a graphics card that goes well with your ProArt motherboard; well, they are finally here. Currently, the ProArt RTX 40 series is only available with 4070 Ti and 4080 GPUs. I find it a bit odd that there’s no “ProArt RTX 4090”, considering that the 4090 is an excellent Machine Learning (ML) or workstation GPU. Anyway, the ProArt RTX 4070 Ti is available on Amazon here, and the ProArt RTX 4080 is listed on Amazon here. The official news release below shows you more details about the ProArt RTX 40 series graphics cards.

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ASUS ProArt GeForce RTX 4080 and 4070 Ti Graphics Cards for Creators

Two compact and powerful graphics cards for professional workstation production:

  • A sleek and compact 2.5-slot footprint offers compatibility with a wide variety of chassis
  • Axial-tech fans feature dual ball bearings for increased durability
  • GPU Tweak III Profile Connect enables creators to seamlessly optimize system performance and cooling for every app
  • Support for NVIDIA® Studio drivers ensures maximum performance, rock-solid reliability and broad software compatibility

ASUS released the ProArt GeForce RTX™ 4080 and 4070 Ti graphics cards. Tuned for quiet operation, styled for professional contexts and slimmed down for wide chassis compatibility, these cards are built from the ground up to serve the needs of creators.

Space-saving designs

A creative professional’s workspace often involves more equipment than that of a gamer. On a desk that needs to accommodate multiple displays, control surfaces and external drives, an extra-large chassis might be a luxury that they cannot afford. That is why ASUS designed the ProArt GeForce RTX 4080 and 4070 Ti with a compact profile. At only 300 mm long, they are currently two of the shortest RTX 40 series graphics cards on the market. They are designed to fit easily into a wide variety of PC cases, and they are even short enough to fit into many of the most popular mini-ITX chassis.

The thickness of the cooling solution matters, too. While gamers often only use one of their PCIe® x16 slots, creators are much more likely to put their additional slots to use. The ProArt GeForce RTX 4080 and 4070 Ti offer a 2.5-slot design that is less likely to interfere with other components that creators need to install.

Subdzed noise and tamed temperatures

Within their compact dimensions, the ProArt GeForce RTX 4080 and 4070 graphics cards offer a compelling blend of thermal and acoustic performance. Their beefier counterparts from our ROG Strix and TUF Gaming lineups have much larger heatsinks that might appeal in circumstances where space isn’t an issue, but the slim-and-trim ProArt models compensate with an optimized fan profile that allows them to offer the best balance of temperatures and noise levels.

Under load, the ProArt GeForce RTX 4080 is quiet, and with its 0dB tech, the fans will spin down completely for silent operation in light workloads. This card achieves these excellent results through its robust cooling solution. A trio of Axial-tech fans deliver high airflow at low noise levels. Large venting along the sides of the shroud facilitates heat dissipation, and a generous vent on the sturdy backplate allows heat to exhaust naturally into the primary airflow pathway of the PC’s chassis.

Minimize distractions

Gamers love the visual customization options that they get from RGB LEDs, but some creators find that they need to zealously protect their flow state by minimizing any distractions in and around their workstations. The ProArt GeForce RTX 4080 and RTX 4070 Ti will help them keep their focus with a minimalist design rooted in clean lines, sophisticated colors and contoured surfaces — without the LEDs. These graphics cards will communicate professionalism in client-facing installations, and they coordinate seamlessly with the ProArt ecosystem of motherboards, displays and peripherals.

Built to go the distance

Inside and out, ASUS has prepped the ProArt GeForce RTX 4080 and 4070 Ti to go the distance. Dual ball fan bearings offer excellent longevity. Both cards are assembled with ASUS Auto-Extreme Technology, which is an automated manufacturing process that sets new standards in the industry by allowing all soldering to be completed in a single pass. This reduces thermal strain on components and avoids the use of harsh cleaning chemicals, resulting in less environmental impact, lower manufacturing power consumption, and a more reliable product overall.

ASUS has also enhanced these graphics cards with a stainless steel bracket, while a protective backplate and bundled ProArt graphics card holder keep them straight and level over the long term.

Easy control with GPU Tweak III

The ProArt GeForce RTX 4080 and RTX 4070 Ti offer an excellent balance of acoustic, thermal, and graphics performance right out of the box. But many enthusiasts will be eager to fine-tune their graphics cards to best suit their personal preferences. That is why ASUS offers the easy-to-use GPU Tweak III app. Built on years of feedback from the PC community, this tool makes it easy to overclock a graphics card, customize fan curves and monitor vital hardware information.

Creators, in particular, can take advantage of the Profile Connect feature in GPU Tweak III to streamline their workflows. This feature allows them to specify settings for an individual app and have those settings load automatically when the targeted app launches. For example, this versatile tool will let them establish a baseline group of settings tuned for quiet operation and then unleash the full power of their graphics card when they load up their most demanding creative apps.

Compact. Creative. Powerful.

Boasting a sophisticated and unobtrusive design, wide case compatibility, and quiet everyday operation, the ProArt GeForce RTX 4080 and ProArt GeForce RTX 4070 Ti offer next-gen graphics performance in a package that is built first and foremost for the needs of today’s professional creators.

Matching Asus ProArt Intel and AMD Motherboards

If you are looking for a matching ProArt motherboard for the ProArt RTX 4070 Ti or RTX 4080, Asus has two excellent motherboards to offer. For Intel-based system, there’s the ProArt Z790-Creator WiFi 6E LGA 1700 motherboard. And for AMD-based systems, there’s the ProArt X670E-Creator WiFi 6E Socket AM5 motherboard.

Currently, the ProArt Z790-Creator motherboard supports 12th and 13th Gen CPUs. Asus’ recently released a firmware update that would enable the motherboard to be compatible with “next-gen processors” (14th gen). On the other hand, the ProArt X670E-Creator is compatible with AMD’s Ryzen 7000 CPUs (Zen 4).

Pricing and Availability

ProArt GeForce RTX 4070 Ti 12G OC is available on here.
Asus ProArt GeForce RTX 4080 16G is listed on here.
Asus ProArt GeForce RTX 4080 16G OC is listed on here.

ProArt Z790-Creator WiFi 6E LGA 1700 (Intel) motherboard on here.
ProArt X670E-Creator WiFi 6E Socket AM5 (AMD) motherboard on here.

You may also want to check out our GeForce RTX 4070 Ti vs. RTX 4080 if you are torn between the two GPUs.

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070 Ti and 4080 Specifications

Graphics CardRTX 4080RTX 4070 Ti
Fabrication ProcessTSMC 4N NVIDIA Custom ProcessTSMC 4N NVIDIA Custom Process
Transistor Count45.9 billion35.8 billion
ArchitectureAda LovelaceAda Lovelace
Graphics Processing Clusters75
Texture Processing Clusters3830
Streaming Multiprocessors7660
CUDA Cores97287680
Tensor Cores304 (4th Gen)240 (4th Gen)
RT Cores76 (3rd Gen)60 (3rd Gen)
Texture Units304240
Boost Clock2505 MHz2610 MHz
Memory Clock11200 MHz10500 MHz
Memory Data Rate22.4 Gbps21 Gbps
L2 Cache Size65536 KB49152 KB
Total Video Memory16 GB GDDR6X12 GB GDDR6X
Memory Interface256-bit192-bit
Total Memory Bandwidth716.8 GB/s504 GB/s
Texture Rate761.5 Gigatexels/sec626 Gigatexels/sec
Connectors3 x DisplayPort 1 x HDMI3 x DisplayPort 1 x HDMI
Minimum Power Supply750 Watts700 Watts
Total Graphics Power (TGP)320 Watts285 Watts
PCI Express InterfaceGen 4Gen 4
Release DateNovember 2022January 2023
Launch Price$1,199 $799
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2 thoughts on “Asus ProArt RTX 4070 Ti and 4080 Graphics Cards Now Available – No RGB, Professional-Looking Cards”

    • seriously? stolen? -_-
      maybe next time, you should know what a press release is…
      or maybe you should tell Asus and every other company that sends press releases to make sure they send a unique copy of their articles to each and every site/outlet so that we don’t get accused of “stealing” articles.

      Oh, wait! TechPowerUp published the same article a day before. Did Guru3d “steal” the article from TPU? Hmmm… 🤔
      And I see the same news release published on several sites, too: Thinkcomputers, Videocardz, etc. Oh my, the audacity! 😒


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