PCI Express 4.0
|Interface||PCI Express 4.0|
|GPU Series||NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 Series|
|GPU||GeForce RTX 3070|
|Boost Clock||OC Mode - 1800 MHz |
Gaming Mode - 1770 MHz
|CUDA Cores||5888 Cores|
|Effective Memory Clock||14 Gbps|
|DirectX||DirectX 12 Ultimate|
|HDMI||2 x HDMI 2.1|
|DisplayPort||3 x DisplayPort 1.4a|
|Max Resolution||7680 x 4320|
|Virtual Reality Ready||Yes|
|Thermal Design Power||220W|
|Recommended PSU Wattage||750W|
|Power Connector||2 x 8-Pin|
|Features||NVIDIA Ampere Streaming Multiprocessors: The building blocks for the world's fastest, most efficient GPU, the all-new Ampere SM brings 2X the FP32 throughput and improved power efficiency.|
2nd Generation RT Cores: Experience 2X the throughput of 1st gen RT Cores, plus concurrent RT and shading for a whole new level of ray tracing performance.
3rd Generation Tensor Cores: Get up to 2X the throughput with structural sparsity and advanced AI algorithms such as DLSS. Now with support for up to 8K resolution, these cores deliver a massive boost in game performance and all-new AI capabilities.
This GeForce RTX 3070 graphics card with LHR (lite hash rate) delivers 25 MH/s ETH hash rate (est.).
OC edition:Boost clock 1800 MHz (OC mode)/1770 MHz (Gaming mode).
Axial-tech fan design features a smaller fan hub that facilitates longer blades and a barrier ring
that increases downward air pressure.
Auto-Extreme Technology uses automation to enhance reliability.
A protective backplate secures components during transportation and installation.
GPU Tweak II provides intuitive performance tweaking, thermal controls, and system monitoring.
|Max GPU Length||267 mm|
|Card Dimensions (L x H)||10.51" x 5.31"|
|Slot Width||2.7 slot|
1 x Collection card
1 x Speedsetup manual
|Date First Available||August 17, 2021|
Pros: -Personally I was skeptic about a 2-fan card versus 3 that most RTX 3070s come with but this card stays at reasonable temperatures, in my set up it is about 40 degrees celsius. - I was also lucky that this was at MRSP when purchased. I had been very active for months to try to grab one and it was so rewarding once it said my order was getting packaged - Delivery was within a single day (absolutely amazing) (southern Ontario customer)
Overall Review: I would definitely recommend those who are wanting to get an RTX card to skip the 60 series (and now 50 series) for the 70 series or higher. It just makes sense. I wouldnt want to fork out $1000 or higher if I couldnt max out most if not all settings in all games (2021/2022). Im also using this card primarily for Blender (rendering 3D).
Pros: I'll give some specs to put the following into perspective: PHANTEKS GLACIER ONE AIO AMD ZEN 3 3700X (unlocked, 4.2 - 4.4 Ghz) GIGABYTE X570 AORUS ELITE WI-FI G.SKILL TRIDENT Z NEO DDR4 3600 MHz 32GB (16x2) My monitor is a 1920x1080 with a 60Hz refresh rate. -Competitive price compared to the rest of the sellers, even compared to 3060tis and fellow 3070 sellers! -8GB VRAM. I run Cyberpunk 2077 like it's a dream, even with ray-tracing enhanced to 'Psycho' levels. -DLSS works like a charm -No more throttling (more on that later) -Higher-res textures (Destiny 2 looks like a new game wow) -Fans are quiet, even when under extreme load -My temps idling and under load are barely noticeable. I rarely get above 40C-42C. -My intensive programs such as Photoshop, Clip Studio Paint, Blender, and Zbrush are no longer suffering from the 1050ti's restricted memory. -I haven't needed to actually use the included software to OC the card yet, so that's good!
Cons: -ASUS' propriety ARMOURY CRATE and ASUS AURA does not support this graphics' card's subtle lighting, but can override the rest of the lighting on my AIO and RAM sticks just fine? Weird flex, but okay. -The lack of support around the I/O shield makes buying a riser cable, a support bracket, or something similar necessary. I'm personally using Antec's graphics card bracket because it comes with insulators to ensure the metal doesn't rattle-- Only to notice my case came with a bracket. Read your case manuals. -The fact it took until the 40-series are just around the corner to find a 30-series mid-range card for close to MSRP is ridiculous. I kind of champion the LHR part of this card for that as well.
Overall Review: I enjoy this for the price I got it for. It'll serve me well for the foreseeable future, but I can only hope ASUS makes this card compatible with their lighting software. Being forced to change lighting aesthetics to work with the GPU's set default color is not exactly ideal. I upgraded from an MSI 1050ti 4GB card, I believe it was a small factor. This card, even above MSRP was the best deal I could find. I won't lie. I practically panicked and checked my bank several times and pinched myself as well before actually buying it to make sure I wasn't dreaming. 650 base with the tax and two-day shipping bringing it to 700/725 USD? That's super amazing right now.
Pros: I love everything about it
Overall Review: If its on sale snag it its worth the price
Pros: The card works as expected, gives great performance in 1080p, which is what monitor's resolution anyways. I use it for VR gaming too, and I have to say that it's very good rendering in VR. Great stuff.
Cons: The two fans design is really the down side of this card because the fans have to spin a lot more to cool the card. You will need an overall good ventilation in your case with this card, but the performance are there! Now for the cons, well, I may have just been unlucky, but couple of days ago, my card suddenly stopped working. It was working fine the morning, turned my computer off, went to work, and when I came back, boom, my computer didn't boot anymore. Put a spare GPU in, and it was working fine again. So I started the RMA process with Asus. I hope they will respond quick, without any hassle. The card is still under warranty, so. Update: The RMA process went smoothly. It took 18 days total from card crash to card reinstallled. I think they couldn't find the problem, so they sent me a brand new card of the exact same model. I'm pretty pleased, I have to admit. Only downside is that I had to pay to ship my card to Asus. With insurance, it cost me about 46 bucks. Why don't they send you a pre-approved shipping label? Many companies do that. I mean, it's on warranty, why should we have to pay for initial shipping? Anyway, not a big deal.
Overall Review: Good stuff, when it works. I would recommend it without hesitation as of now. I hope Asus customer service / warranty service won't make me change my mind. I'm a big Asus fan. I bought many of their products since the last 20 years, always happy. First time I encounter such a problem.
Pros: Card came in one week which surprised me since the tracking number never showed any movement from seller. It actually looked to me as if it had never been used before. I bought it to replace the RTX 2070 in my Alienware Aurora R9. This card is much bigger and heavier than the 2070 but also a lot quieter.
Overall Review: The card runs fine and I'm very pleased with this purchase.
Overall Review: Absolutely love this card!
Pros: Most importantly it fits and is compatible with my motherboard. Upgraded from a 1660 ti gpu for alienware r8. Using multiple software is a lot smoother and playing big games like assassins creed origin doesn't crash the pc anymore.
Cons: It can get hot which makes the fan loud.
Overall Review: It is worth the upgrade if you can afford it. In the end when I was comparing prices and performance, this was the better choice. I wanted performance yet not have something hit the bank hard.
Overall Review: This 3070 is a great card for my i5-11600K