The NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070 Laptop GPU, with its codename GN21-X6, stands as a formidable high-end graphics solution designed for laptops. Leveraging the Ada Lovelace architecture and originating from the AD106 chip, this GPU incorporates 4,608 cores out of the 7,680 found in the AD106. It's equipped with a 128-bit memory bus and boasts 8 GB of GDDR6 dedicated graphics memory, operating at an impressive clock speed of 16 Gbps.
One of the standout features of the RTX 4070 is its configurable Total Graphics Power (TGP), which can range from 35 to 115 Watts, with an additional 15-25 Watts achievable through Dynamic Boost from the CPU. This flexibility allows for varying performance levels, keeping in mind that the desktop RTX 4070 Ti draws 285 Watts for comparison. The boost clock speed varies from 1230 MHz at a 35 Watt TGP to a substantial 2175 MHz at 115 Watts. As a result, the overall performance is notably influenced by the power settings employed in the laptop hosting the RTX 4070 mobile GPU.