AORUS GeForce RTX 4070 Ti Master Review in Spanish

AORUS GeForce RTX 4070 Ti Master Review in Spanish

Today we have under review the AORUS GeForce RTX 4070 Ti MASTER graphics card, a product of NVIDIA's strategic partner AORUS and it is their flagship product from GIGABYTE using the GeForce RTX 4070 Ti GPU. Remember, the GeForce RTX 4070 Ti was originally born as the GeForce RTX 4080 12GB, but it underwent changes until its final iteration, as well as a price reduction to $799.

Today's model, the AORUS GeForce RTX 4070 Ti MASTER, comes with a premium above the reference price, since it has the best dissipation offered by the brand, such as a factory overclock, increased power limiter, among others; with a price of US$ 999 USD in the US market.

The AORUS GeForce RTX 4070 Ti MASTER comes on loan and no opinion is bound by preference.

Let's start with the review.

Table of Contents

AORUS GeForce RTX 4070 Ti MASTER – Top of the range AORUS

The AORUS GeForce RTX 4070 Ti MASTER is the flagship graphics card of the brand using the new NVIDIA architecture, ADA Lovelace and comes with all the technologies of the new GPUs, such as DLSS3 and the RTX ecosystem for both gamers and content creators. The AORUS MASTER comes with a factory overclock, as well as dual BIOS, increased power limiters for possible higher manual overclock.

Besides, it comes with a fairly generous heatsink and dimensions and has an LCD panel (LCD Edge View) that can be customized through software and an extended four-year warranty program.

Additionally, since the video card is quite large, it comes with a video card holder included.

The price of the AORUS GeForce RTX 4070 Ti MASTER is US$ 999 in the United States, making it one of the most expensive models within the different brands and directly competes with other models such as ROG STRIX.

The video card comes with three DisplayPort 1.4 outputs and one HDMI 2.1 output. GIGABYTE/AORUS recommend a 750w power supply.

Specifications Table – Summary



NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070 Ti (“reference model”)

AORUS GeForce RTX 4070 Ti Master


GeForce RTX 4070 Ti

GeForce RTX 4070 Ti

Core Clock

2610 MHz

2670 MHz

CUDA Cores



Memory Clock

21 Gbps

21 Gbps

Memory size



Memory type



Memory bus

192 bit

192 bit




card size

Not available

Thickness = 153mm
Height= 70.6mm

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16 pin x 1

16 pin x 1
(Comes with PCIe 8-pin x 3 adapter cable)


Not available

DisplayPort 1.4 x 3
HDMI 2.1 x 1

relevant accessories

Not available

Bracket to hold graphic


Not available

3 years (can be increased up to 4)

Price range

MSRP $799 (US)

MSRP $999 (US)
Peru: US$ 1250 (approx)

AORUS GeForce RTX 4070 Ti MASTER – Unboxing

The video card has “generous” dimensions so we would recommend the end user to check if it fits their case, as well as use the graphics card holder that comes included with the AORUS GeForce RTX 4070 Ti MASTER.

Additionally, it should be remembered that it comes with a 3x8pin PCIe to 12-pin 16VHPWR adapter cable.

Reminder: The first XNUMX-pin cable GIGABYTE gave us stopped working after one day. This came as a separate accessory, since the card was not a retail unit.

Synthetic and gaming benchmarks (1080p, 1440p, 2160p)

With the release and announcement of new generation video cards, we have to update our benchmark (once again). The best processor that we have in our hands to carry out the necessary tests is the processor Intel Core i9-13900K.

A statistic reminder...

Before detailing our configuration system, let's refresh a little what they are AVG FPS y 1% LOW.

AVG FPS (Average FPS): As the name says, it is the average number of frames per second within a specific sequence. It is the most used measure, but it does not detail the whole story, since there are FPS drops.

1%LOW: Within an entire frames per second dataset, the 1% LOW is the value equal to the lowest 1% within the frames dataset (of the specific sequence ordered ascending). In simpler terms, it is the frame where you see the FPS drop that exists within a specific sequence.

Also, we suggest you read any additional feedback about the gaming experience (jerks) that may or may not have existed during testing.

Benchmarks (GPU Benchmarks – Raster – 2023)

Our revamped test bed features the best processor we have in our inventory, the Intel Core i9-13900K. We use this processor, since it is the one that will generate the least bottleneck to the GPUs tested in scenarios where the limiter may be the CPU.

The focus is aimed at achieving 100% in the performance of the video card, AORUS GeForce RTX 4070 Ti MASTER.

Also, we've upgraded to Windows 11, but we've VBS disabled (Virtualization-Based Security), because in the middle of our tests, we noticed that it took considerable performance away in certain scenarios or generated stuttering.

CPU: Intel Core i9-13900K (Power Limiters Disabled) (
Board: Z790 AORUS ELITE AX (BIOS F3l) (
RAM: G.Skill Flare X5 Series (AMD Expo) 32GB (2 x 16GB) DDR5 6000 CL36-36-96 ( (what we are testing): AORUS GeForce RTX 4070 Ti MASTER (
Operating system: Windows 11 Home Edition 22H2 – VBS OFF
Liquid refrigeration: Lian Li Galahad 360 (
SSD: HP FX900 1TB + Samsung 970 EVO PLUS 2TB (
Driver: NVIDIA GeForce Game Ready 528.02 WHQL
Power supply: Seasonic Prime Gold 1300W (

Gaming – Rasterization

All tests are done at the highest quality available, unless otherwise specified.

Let's see the first title, The Plague Tale: Requiem.

A Plague Tale: Requiem (1080p, 1440p, 2160p)

Game Engine: Proprietary

Assassin's Creed: Origins (1080p, 1440p, 2160p)

Game Engine: AnvilNext 2.0

Borderlands 3 (1080p, 1440p, 2160p)

Game Engine: Frostbite 3

Monitor (1080p, 1440p, 2160p)

Game Engine: Northlight Engine

Death Stranding (1080p, 1440p, 2160p)

Game Engine: Decima

F1 2022 (1080p, 1440p, 2160p)

Game Engine: EGO “Boost” Engine 4.0

God of War (1080p, 1440p, 2160p)

Game Engine: Proprietary

Marvel's Spider-Man Remastered (1080p, 1440p, 2160p)

Game Engine: Proprietary

Shadow of the Tomb Raider DX 12 (1080, 1440p, 2160p)

Game Engine: Foundation

Shadow of War (1080, 1440p, 2160p)

Game engine: LithTech Jupiter EX

Strange Brigade DX12 + Async (1080p, 1440p, 2160p)

Game Engine: Asura

AORUS GeForce RTX 4070 Ti MASTER – Consumption, temperatures, noise and overclock

We start fresh with a new way to measure the consumption of the GPUs, using Furmark in the highest resolution and testing it for 15 minutes (30 minutes if it is a liquid solution). Furmark stresses the GPU above what one would see in a normal game, but is low on processor watts.

This test is good for seeing maximum graphics card temperatures, as well as noise generated under this scenario, but one could see 100-120 watts more consumption when gaming (depending on the title) so take total system measurement as a reference. ; and they can add 100w more consumption if they want support to choose a suitable minimum power source for the model (or be guided by what the manufacturer suggests).

Consumption – Starting our database again (RTX 4070 Ti)

The consumption in Furmark of the AORUS GeForce RTX 4070 Ti MASTER is 393 watts (all system). Remember that this test does little load on the processor, so take the values ​​as a reference and it is a 100% direct stress on the GPU.

Overclocked, the GeForce RTX 4070 Ti MASTER consumes 424 watts, slightly higher (7.9% more) than its factory consumption.

AORUS RTX 4070 Ti Consumption

Maximum temperature – Furkmark – The AORUS Master has a good dissipation system

Not surprisingly, but with the dimensions of the AORUS GeForce RTX 4070 Ti MASTER, the temperature department is quite good (ie low). From the factory, it has a delta above ambient temperature of 38.5 degrees Celsius. Even overclocked, the video card registers low temperatures, with a delta of 41 degrees Celsius above room temperature.

For another reference, NVIDIA's benchmark GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER has a delta of 53.7 degrees Celsius above room temperature, one of the poorest performing graphics cards in this regard.

AORUS 4070 Ti Temperatures

Noise – Furmark – Fairly quiet model

AORUS GeForce RTX 4070 Ti MASTER is a graphics card that generates low noise while dissipating the heat generated by the GPU. The measured level is 45 decibels, in a room that is normally without noise, registers a noise level of 37 decibels.

Overclocked, the AORUS GeForce RTX 4070 Ti MASTER maintains low noise.

Let's see how the video card fared once overclocked.

AORUS RTX 4070 Ti Noise

Overclock – Getting a little extra performance

Remember that the overclock margin on graphics cards has a margin of luck (silicon lottery) so the results may vary from one unit to another. For these tests, we increased the power limiter to maximum. These are the values ​​we use for overclocking using Afterburner:

+Voltage: +100mv
Core Clock: +160
Memory Clock: +1400

After several hours of testing checking that the overclock is stable for the respective benchmarks, here are the results. On average, there was a 7.83% improvement over performance at 2160p, 6.8% at 1440p, and 4.88% at 1080p. Keep in mind, that in 1080p, there are several games with FPS caps. An example of these is Death Stranding, with a maximum of 240 FPS.

Average FPS (%)












Software – GCC and RGB Fusion – When RGB gives nightmares

At the time of reviewing the AORUS GeForce RTX 4070 Ti MASTER, RGB Fusion video card, which is now part of GCC (GIGABYTE Control Center). Let's recap what happened to the software used by AORUS/GIGABYTE.

I was one of those proposing that GIGABYTE/AORUS switch their software to a modular system. I imagine that other portals gave that suggestion... and thus GIGABYTE Control Center was born. RGB Fusion is now a part of GCC.

How did GIGABYTE products work before? (with video cards)

Well, there was software called AORUS Engine and besides, RGB Fusion. Those who have previously purchased GIGABYTE/AORUS video cards will remember having to use two software to control RGB aspects such as overclocking through the GIGABYTE software itself.

Now the download link directs to GCC (GIGABYTE Control Center) and when installing, it will give options of additional modules to install.

At the time of testing the most important option to be able to handle the RGB of the video card (RGB Fusion inside GCC) did not change and worked erratically. Rather, when using LCD Edge View (to change the card's LCD panel) the program would simply "crash".

Totally unusable. Changing the fans within GCC works, but honestly, at this point, you're better off using Afterburner in case you want to use a custom fan curve.

By the way, if you didn't see our benchmark specs, we were using an AORUS board (Z790 AORUS Elite AX) for testing. I don't want to imagine if the software would cause problems if they use a motherboard from another manufacturer.

AORUS GeForce RTX 4070 Ti MASTER – Graphics card with a high premium, good temperatures and noise, but terrible software

I really didn't think GIGABYTE could make software that wasn't very good (but worked most of the time) into something worse. The switch to GCC seems to be in the pre-alpha stage and if the customization of the graphics card, AORUS GeForce RTX 4070 Ti MASTER, weren't one of the major selling points, perhaps that detail could go more or less unnoticed.

The AORUS GeForce RTX 4070 Ti MASTER commands a premium of $999 (US MSRP), $200 above an entry-level GeForce RTX 4070 Ti model, and performance doesn't scale with price. One is paying two hundred US dollars more for:

-A giant sink.
-Low temperature and noise.
-The design of the AORUS card.
-Potentially an overclock improvement of less than 10%.
-RGB “Personalization” for the end user.

From a value standpoint, the card isn't worth the premium, but AORUS fans probably won't mind paying that extra premium. Be careful, this does not only happen to AORUS video cards, we also have the same opinion of any card with this price (ROG STRIX, etc).

Those who are looking for quality/price within a GeForce RTX 4070 Ti, well... they will have to stick with basic models, also the factory performance is not much higher than a reference model (this is normal).

Returning to the subject of software; I imagine that it will eventually be fixed, but at the time of writing the review, those who are looking for customization simply will not find it with RGB Fusion and this specific model.

AORUS GeForce RTX 4070 Ti MASTER 12G - Review
  • Performance
  • Temperatures
  • Noise
  • Software
  • Price range

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The AORUS GeForce RTX 4070 Ti MASTER 12G graphics card is the flagship card of the brand using the NVIDIA RTX 4070 Ti GPU. Among its features, is its design, generously sized heatsink and RGB.



-Good performance.
-Low temperatures.
-Low noise.
-Had a moderate overclock margin.
-Four-year warranty (you have to register via the web).
-Customizable LCD panel (when it works properly...).


-At the time of review, the RGB software is useless and tedious.
-$200 (MSRP) over a reference video card.

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