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Asus Briefly Shows off RTX 3070 Card in Collaboration with Noctua

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Asus Vietnam's Facebook page briefly published the first images of its highly anticipated GeForce RTX 3070 graphics card equipped with distinctive dual Noctua fans

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The images, which appear to be legitimate show a board that combines the unmistakable brown Noctua fans with an exceptionally thick Asus RTX 3070.Before the page was taken down we saw the Asus GeForce RTX 3070 Noctua graphics card with a custom-designed printed circuit board (PCB) developed by Asus as well as a massive cooling system built by Noctua. The board looks rather long and tall and uses at least four expansion slots.The board has five display outputs: three DisplayPort 1.4 and two HDMI 2.1. As for power, it comes with two eight-pin auxiliary PCIe power connectors that can deliver up to 300W of power to the card. 

 

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So, it's true. Asus has indeed partenered with Noctua on a GPU. Tho i'm kinda surprised that it's a 3070 and not something like a 3080 or 3090. But this card do be thicc (I hate that word). I do expect temps on the card to be rather low and quiet as is typical of noctua. However, we've yet to see any performance metrics or anything of the sort or any pricing information. So, we'll have to wait and see. And one thing I'm certain of, stock will be gone, just like that. But who knows, I might be wrong.

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I know literally no one who ever said: "Yes, I want baby diarrhea brown themed graphic card!"

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3 minutes ago, RejZoR said:

I know literally no one who ever said: "Yes, I want baby diarrhea brown themed graphic card!"

I do. I don't need this by any means over my 6800xt. But it would match though.

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I like it 

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23 minutes ago, J-from-Nucleon said:

uses at least four expansion slots.

Okay, but why?

 

No, seriously, why?

 

What's special about Noctua's thermal design that it needs that thick of a finstack? Are they just slapping a NH-D15S onto the die and calling it a day?

 

I don't know why I fixated on that detail but now I need to see the teardown of this card because that's just ridiculous. Maybe GamersNexus can tear it down after seeing so many OEM GPUs recently.

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Ok so it's literally a heatsink they reused but with 92mm noctua fans strapped to it then?

 

I mean I've been doing those things for over a decade now and this stuff works like a charm so sure why not but could they really not make it look awful? Also why such a long time before it comes out? It basically looks like their NF-A9 92mm fan in a simple housing on the card with a recycled tuf series heatsink on it. Hence why it's 4 slots thick because that is literally how thick a card like this is when I zip tie or glue the fans to the heatsink.

 

So pretty much expect a 30-35 db card at 75-80c here near full boost pretty much.

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15 minutes ago, IkeaGnome said:

I do. I don't need this by any means over my 6800xt. But it would match though.

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also explains why you went for a Bronze contribution 😄

 

Anyways, I like the design of that card and there are people on the other side of RGB spectrum where they want the "classy" "leather-like" style.

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I like the design as well but yeah, why didn't they just implement the feature for an RTX 3080/3090?

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20 minutes ago, WereCat said:

also explains why you went for a Bronze contribution 😄

 

Anyways, I like the design of that card and there are people on the other side of RGB spectrum where they want the "classy" "leather-like" style.

Hey, if I like poo colors, it's 2021, don't judge 😄

24 minutes ago, jaslion said:

It basically looks like their NF-A9 92mm fan in a simple housing on the card with a recycled tuf series heatsink on it.

I hope it's more than that. Yeah, they're not really going to be able to do something new and exciting with GPU heat sinks, but hopefully Noctua is actually adding their own touch to it besides slapping fans on it. 

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Why is the 5800x so hot?

 

 

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Whoever comes out with the idea of that color choices need to be fired, no seriously

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I am all for this!  I hope this collaboration continues to grow stronger.

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Last time Asus made a special card (i.e. the gundam cards) most if not all ended up in the hands of miners.

 

I'm waiting for this to turn into another laughing stock

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56 minutes ago, CT854 said:

Okay, but why?

 

No, seriously, why?

 

What's special about Noctua's thermal design that it needs that thick of a finstack? Are they just slapping a NH-D15S onto the die and calling it a day?

 

I don't know why I fixated on that detail but now I need to see the teardown of this card because that's just ridiculous. Maybe GamersNexus can tear it down after seeing so many OEM GPUs recently.

Reason is that with thick fin stack you need very high static pressure which most fans used on graphic cards don't deliver. This one is essentially meant for CPU coolers with super thick and dense fin stack. They can afford making it thicker and still get more from it.

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2 hours ago, J-from-Nucleon said:

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There is good news my friends!

(The teaser itself is not worthy of tech news but its related to this so I thought I'd share)

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6 minutes ago, TVwazhere said:

There is good news my friends!

(The teaser itself is not worthy of tech news but its related to this so I thought I'd share)

 

The wait was over long ago though 😄

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1 hour ago, IkeaGnome said:

Hey, if I like poo colors, it's 2021, don't judge 😄

I hope it's more than that. Yeah, they're not really going to be able to do something new and exciting with GPU heat sinks, but hopefully Noctua is actually adding their own touch to it besides slapping fans on it. 

From what I've seen from the pictures I doubt it. The heatsink has similar on the side you can see in a 3070 dual heatsink from asus. Then the fans look literally the same as a A9 like look at the back view of the card. It's literally just a NF-a9 fan on the card held in place by the shroud. So I really don't expect more from it than being a gpu heatsink with finally some good fans from the factory. Which really should not have taken this long.

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9 minutes ago, jaslion said:

From what I've seen from the pictures I doubt it. The heatsink has similar on the side you can see in a 3070 dual heatsink from asus. Then the fans look literally the same as a A9 like look at the back view of the card. It's literally just a NF-a9 fan on the card held in place by the shroud. So I really don't expect more from it than being a gpu heatsink with finally some good fans from the factory. Which really should not have taken this long.

If that's actually all it is, I'll just pull the shroud off my current card and throw Noctuas on. I've been holding off on that because of the rumors of this card. My current card is the only thing that still has a LED on it that works. I've been wanting to disable that anyways. I've got some Noctuas floating around. I really only was going to justify this as I've been looking at getting into some CAD stuff in the next few months anyways and potentially some other things that could use CUDA cores, then the old lady gets my XT. 

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Why is the 5800x so hot?

 

 

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I need this card for my rig.


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1 hour ago, jaslion said:

It's literally just a NF-a9 fan

NF-A12. The A9 looks different.

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To be fair, this looks way better than any 3070 currently on the market, save for the Founders Edition.

 

I kinda want it.

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Waiting for the "redux" version personally : P

 

29 minutes ago, That Franc said:

To be fair, this looks way better than any 3070 currently on the market, save for the Founders Edition.

Uh, nope.

https://en.colorful.cn/product_show.aspx?mid=102&id=1827

 

It has an OLED screen , an OC button , led backplate... i think it looks great in action (the "reactor" advanced OC looks also great)

 

 

 

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Not gonna lie, I hate the brown Noc case fans, but seeing the different angles and pics of this GPU, I really bang with this card. If 3070's weren't 2 million dollars, I would try to buy one just because. But since they aren't, lol, no.

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2 minutes ago, GreatnessRD said:

Not gonna lie, I hate the brown Noc case fans, but seeing the different angles and pics of this GPU, I really bang with this card. If 3070's weren't 2 million dollars, I would try to buy one just because. But since they aren't, lol, no.

Well noctua also makes black fans, kinda looks like that in the video thumbnail (chromax version?)

 

Not that I have a problem with brown/beige, it just doesn't fit to anything in my pc, I like the gray ones really though (redux)

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