Nvidia and AMD have both moved away from designing blow-cooling on their graphics cards, but some AIB partners still stick to the concept. Asus recently implemented the blower on the GeForce RTX 3070 Ti, making it a viable option for workstations with multiple GPU settings.
Last week Asus and Noctua revealed the most exciting graphics card releases of the year for PC enthusiasts. If you're like me and love the quiet sound of Noctua fans as well as their ugly but unique colors, the Asus Geforce RTX 3070 Noctua Edition is the easiest way to tackle the noisiest components in your game or workstation. drilling rig, out of manual mode.
But, if you don't care that your graphics card looks like a take-off plane, every time you enter the game Asus expands the history of the blower style. (via TechPowerUp) Asus Turbo GeForce RTX 3070 Ti. As you would expect, the new model does not have RGB light and has a simple geometric design.
The company says there's no reason to worry about temperature during heavy loads, as the new graphics card features an aluminum heatsink with a copper plate for the GPU and memory chips. The cover is designed to optimally absorb air when performing multi-card setups, and the large blower fan features a dual bearing design. Two 8-pin PCIe power connectors on the back. Asus uses Nvidia's reference clock speed, which means the card has 19Gbps of GDDR6X memory, and the GPU allows it to increase to 1770MHz in thermal and power conditions. However, we expect this card to appear at retailers in the coming weeks. For an in-depth look at the performance you can use the GeForce RTX 3070 Ti in recent AAA titles, see Steven's review here.
Asus GeForce RTX 3070 Ti Turbo breaks the hood with blower-like cooling design