Review: ASUS TUF Gaming RTX 4070 SUPER OC



Overclocking via GPU Tweak III:

No doubt this will be very limited by NVIDIA in order to avoid reaching the performance of the RTX 4070 Ti, even if it will disappear from production. Direction to the latest version of ASUS’ GPU Tweak III software. This is overclocking software designed by ASUS, but which will prove compatible with other GPU brands. The software is really well designed, but you’ll need to go through the advanced mode to access all the settings.

To test our overclocking, we’re going to concentrate first on the Time Spy benchmark. We’re off! We leave the fans in AUTO mode, raise the power limit to the maximum, i.e. 115%, and off we go! Initially, we only push the GPU frequency in 50 MHz steps until the benchmark stops running. Once the GPU frequency is stable, we move on to increasing the memory frequency.

By default, at stock frequencies, our ASUS TUF Gaming RTX 4070 SUPER OC Edition achieves an overall score of 21292 points and 21582 points for the GPU score. The boost frequency reaches a maximum of 2835 MHz MHz, with the GPU temperature rising to 60.8°C.

In the end, we were able to push the boost frequency to 2970 MHz and the memory to 1450 MHz. This enabled me to achieve some excellent scores, which enabled me to pick up even more points. The overall score rose to 22318 points and the GPU score to 22889 points (6.8%). Temperature remains contained at 61.8°C. This overclocking allows us to rasterize from 126 to 134 FPS on Call Of Duty Modern Warefare III and from 89.8 to 94.9 FPS on Cyberpunk 2077.