ASUS’s new GeForce RTX card will soon debut with Noctua cooling

Stretching to classic colors, the solution with the GA104 GPU is unlikely to cause overheating problems.

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There have been rumors in the past that the deservedly popular Noctua would collaborate with ASUS on a VGA, and although one or two early renderings were leaked (plus there was a “suspicious” entry in the Eurasian Economic Union database), the majority have There was a strong reservation thing because both the companies did not accept the reality of the story. However, the time of doubt is over and the relevant controller has been posted on the website of the Taiwanese giant; welcome to our circles for ASUS GeForce RTX 3070 Noctua OC Edition card.


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Boasting the 310mm long novelty, the 120mm top fan of the Owl company, Sterox. From NF-A12x25 PWM with pedals, which we were able to skim a bit testing and made a lasting impression on us. The ribbing in the brown frame is the result of a combined development, and the position of the heat-conducting tubes and the density of the lamellae are optimized for these air agitators.


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Of course, 0 dB, semi-idle mode is supported, and in this case up to 50 °C GPU, all with a dual BIOS; The default Q mode (definitely quiet, i.e. quiet) works with a finer fan curve to reduce the noise load, while the P mode (performance, i.e. performance-oriented) aims to keep the temperature as low as possible. The smaller one certainly won’t be weak, as the Rookie is 4.3 slot (87.5 mm) thick!

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The restrainedly tasteful brown/beige color combination of the Noctua (in our opinion) also returns to us on the metal back cover, and as expected, the backplate is not only rigid (or design element) but also plays a role in achieving proper ventilation. plays. properly perforated.

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Power is provided via two 8-pin PCI Express connectors (PCI Express Bus), while GPU Boost 1815 MHz gaming and 1845 MHz OC reference ventures instead of 1730 MHz, but with 8 GB GDDR6 VRAM at 14 GHz effective clock. Wasn’t messed about as usual. there will be a version which is Drops the OC suffix from your name; It has 1725 and 1755 MHz gaming and OC clocks respectively. The stainless steel I/O board also has some positive — deviations from the NVIDIA guidelines, as the three DisplayPort 1.4a have two HDMI 2.1 outputs instead of one. Prices haven’t been announced yet, but not the two bags of seeds in the story, for sure.


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