Asus introduced the Noctua GeForce RTX 3070 Noctua Edition, which is very quiet for graphics enthusiasts (especially gamers). The world's first graphics card to use a Noctua fan and heatsink designed by a CPU cooler, the GPU allows noise levels to be reduced to 15 dB(A), making it the "quietest card".
This is an exciting card for those looking for a great performance without the "silence victim of the performance". Noise levels can be reduced with an average fan speed of 15 dB (A) and 9 dB (A) for the maximum fan speed. If you install the card in areas with good ventilation and an average ambient temperature of 24°C or less, the GeForce RTX 3070 Noctua Edition will run its fans at very low speeds, even if the GPU is 100% loaded. Accordingly, you will be able to play in "almost complete silence" or perform GPU tasks in general. A pair of NF-A12x25 fans. The card also has a semi-fan-passive setting for fan control - via Asus 0dB technology - which allows it to turn off fans completely if the GPU temperature level stays below 50°C. As long as you're running a well-ventilated room and low to moderate ambient temperature, this card is capable of running completely fanless for lower GPU tasks like gaming, web browsing, and office productivity.
His comments are well illustrated by our Noctua performance comparison. Exact, indicating that the Noctua version is recorded only at 12.6 dB(A).The card is “not only silent, but almost incomprehensible.” Experiments also show that at 33.3 dB(A), the Noctua version is still, in the worst case with Full speed fans, capable of producing 3 dB(A) less noise than the standard version at medium speed setting.
Quiet profile is set by default, but for PC professionals For those who want to look beyond factory settings, Asus also offers GPU Tweak II, which is included in GPU Tweak III beta and allows for a custom fan setup. bending or under stress. For example, by reducing the GPU voltage to about 100mV, users can reduce the GPU temperature by several degrees, thereby increasing the thermal margin to slow the fans even more.
RTX 3070 Noctua Edition will be available. Both the standard and overclocked models have the first model with a boost clock of 1755MHz, while the OC version has a boost clock of 1845MHz. The price isn't known yet (it could be around $1,137), but both GPUs will go on sale in mid-October.
The Asus GeForce RTX 3070 Noctua Edition GPU is offered in standard and overclocked versions