PCI Express 4.0
Two available 8-pin or 6+2-pin PCIe power dongles
|Interface||PCI Express 4.0|
|GPU Series||NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 Series|
|GPU||GeForce RTX 3070|
|Boost Clock||1815 MHz|
|CUDA Cores||5888 Cores|
|Effective Memory Clock||14000 MHz|
|DirectX||DirectX 12 Ultimate|
|HDMI||1 x HDMI 2.1|
|DisplayPort||3 x DisplayPort 1.4a|
|Max Resolution||7680 x 4320|
|Virtual Reality Ready||Yes|
|Operating Systems Supported||Windows 10 64-bit|
|Thermal Design Power||220W|
|System Requirements||650W or greater power supply.|
PCI Express, PCI Express 2.0, PCI Express 3.0, or PCI Express 4.0 compliant motherboard with one graphics slot.
|Power Connector||Two available 8-pin or 6+2-pin PCIe power dongles|
|Features||EVGA iCX3 Technology|
Adjustable ARGB LED
All-Metal Backplate, Pre-Installed
Built for EVGA Precision X1
2nd Gen Ray Tracing Cores
3rd Gen Tensor Cores
PCI Express Gen 4
Microsoft DirectX 12 Ultimate
GDDR6 Graphics Memory
NVIDIA GeForce Experience
NVIDIA GPU Boost
Game Ready Drivers
Vulkan RT API, OpenGL 4.6
7th Gen NVIDIA Encoder
5th Gen NVIDIA Decoder
Supports 4K 120Hz HDR, 8K 60Hz HDR and Variable Refresh Rate as specified in HDMI 2.1
LHR 25 MH/s ETH Hash Rate (est.)
|Max GPU Length||300 mm|
|Card Dimensions (L x H)||11.81" x 5.38"|
|Slot Width||2.75 Slot|
|Date First Available||June 22, 2021|
Pros: - great performance - rgb is nice - 3 fans
Cons: - price is still way above MSRP
Overall Review: Very happy with my purchase. Even though I would have wanted a 3080, getting a 3070 is all I could afford for now. The upgrade from a 1060 is massive.
Pros: This card can run some of the most demanding games with ease on the highest graphic setting. It has RGB so thats cool I guess. This model also has three fans which is great for getting the air out of the card and sometimes it even pushes it out of the computer. The card has VR support which will be handy whenever I buy my headset. So far I dont see a need for mounting brackets which is also a mega plus.
Cons: The price. We are in the middle of a chip shortage and the only way to get these cards is by paying high dollar for them , here on Newegg you must buy them with a bundle which sucks but now I have a spare power supply to toy around with I guess. Theres only one HDMI port , I wouldve liked having more but I do get 3 Display Ports to make up for that. This card is kinda big compared to my previous card which made it a little difficult to install in my case but we got it after a few minutes of toying around with case configuration.
Overall Review: I love my new card , it runs very well and doesnt get above 55C which is very good considering my room stays hot as it is. I wish I couldve bought at MSRP but like I said before the chip shortage is messing with pricing which I understand. But with the performance it delivers in both games and 3D animation production I can say with full certainty that this card was worth the purchase for me.
Pros: - Great upgrade
Cons: - None
Overall Review: Won this in the new egg shuffle, and decided to give it to my friend at retail (Take that scalpers!)
Pros: EVGA quality and craftmanship in their GPU is hand down the best in class. I am glad to have gotten my hand on one of the last GPU's that EVGA will ever make.
Overall Review: High quality card that will only go up in value over time since EVGA will no longer be making newer GPU's and these were top in class in craftmanship and design for many hears and they ended this product line based a supplier disagreement.
Pros: - Performance is good, but we all know how a 3070 performs in general - The side lighting is beautiful - Keeps itself very cool compared to my dual fan rx580 in the same circumstances - Appears somewhat long and substantial but fits very comfortably with extra room in my q300l - RTX and NVENC - Decent power efficiency
Cons: - I don't like the Nvidia control panel as much as Radeon relive but that's entirely preference - more expensive than amd equivalent
Overall Review: - I would recommend it if you can justify the money, and if you have a cpu that isn't going to hold your performance right back where it already was in games
Pros: I was initially impressed with how quiet the fans ran, coming from a 1070FTW Hybrid / Liquid cooled set up . I was concerned about heat dissipation but this card seems to run pretty cool 43c. Idle 57c running full speed gaming. For me<-8700k system 32GBram Runs MSFS2020 on ULTRA 1080P everything maxed single monitor at 54FPS including running 2 tablets for PFD, MFD displays. Running Dual monitors - 34-40 FPS . Think I'll be getting a 3090 or a 40 series in a bit here, need to go 55" x 3TV 4k I think.
Cons: Price of course, the amount of money we have to spend on a GPU now a days is just unbelievable to me. Think I'm gonna buy another card though I don't think this is powerful enough for what I want to do. 3 55" TV's 2k -4k
Overall Review: Yes if you can afford it and you on the fence with a similar card, Make sure your Power supply has enough juice.
Pros: Great cards still at near retail pricing. Great Customer Service. Great looking.
Cons: Hard to find, like all brands
Overall Review: I have been using EVGA video cards for 15 years and they have a great track record of performance & value. Their customer support , warranties &Step-Up program continues to dominate the industry . More companies should hope to be as good....
Pros: - Quiet at 65 Celsius (max observed) - Time Spy graphics default: 13829 / Port Royal default: 8462 - The ARGB has several customizable settings in Precision X1, if you're into that. I don't care for RGB, but the Star setting is something I haven't seen before and somewhat hypnotizing.
Cons: - Orientation of the fans is opposite of what I would like, but that's build-dependent
Overall Review: From an EVGA hybrid 1070 to this, it doesn't disappoint. I'm not sure if I would've preferred an XC or not. Based on my experience with a friend's noisy 3060 XC, I would be hesitant to buy a 3070 XC, but maybe it was because of 2 vs 3 fans and the duo fans have to work harder? I'm not sure. Either way, I'm a proud owner of a 3070 FTW3 and unopened 750W GQ PSU sitting in my closet.
Pros: - Design - RGB Display - Ease of use for RGB features - Overall performance - Great Cooling - Quiet - Did I mentioned it was a beast?
Cons: - Just wish everyone could be as lucky as me to get one!
Overall Review: From the design to the performance. I feel so lucky to have got a chance to get this card. I love it. Coming from a PNY 1050 Ti, my entire world has changed. I can actually play games and see them how the designers and developers wanted me to see them! It's got some size and weight to them so I suggest making sure it fits your case and getting a support to prevent sag. RGB is wonderful, not too much, not too little. EVGA really nailed it as they have one of the best 30 series looking cards. Dare I say sexy? Excited to finally be a part of the EVGA family too as I have friends who rave about their products and even their customer service. Overall, I'm in love. My life has improved drastically with this card #blessed