- Jun 17, 2005
No, it is that they did not release an entry level or mid-range card. To everyone not posting on a tech forum that designation is a price point, and they expect a performance to match. NVidia gave us a mid-range performance card priced at the lower end of the upper range price, so few people are buying it because if you are willing to shell out for high end, you are buying a 4090, if you are looking for an entry level or mid-range, you are not looking to spend $700 for just the card, since you are probably looking to spend $1000 for the entire computer.Thing is, the 4070 Ti appears to be selling at least somewhat okay.
I think it's just evidence that releasing new Entry Level and Mid range cards is just a bad idea right now.
The main problem with the 4070 is its price point does not make sense to the average consumer.