PCI Express 4.0
|Model||GV-N3070AORUS M-8GD (rev. 2.0)|
|Interface||PCI Express 4.0|
|GPU Series||NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 Series|
|GPU||GeForce RTX 3070|
|Core Clock||1845 MHz|
|Effective Memory Clock||14000 MHz|
|DirectX||DirectX 12 Ultimate|
|HDMI||2 x HDMI 2.1, 1 x HDMI 2.0 (The middle HDMI output supports up to HDMI 2.0)|
|DisplayPort||3 x DisplayPort 1.4a|
|Max Resolution||7680 x 4320|
|Virtual Reality Ready||Yes|
|Recommended PSU Wattage||650W|
|Power Connector||2 x 8-Pin|
|Features||NVIDIA Ampere Streaming Multiprocessors|
2nd Generation RT Cores
3rd Generation Tensor Cores
Powered by GeForce RTX 3070
Integrated with 8GB GDDR6 256-bit memory interface
LCD Edge View
RGB Fusion 2.0
6 video outputs
Protection metal back plate
LHR (Lite Hash Rate) version
|Max GPU Length||290 mm|
|Card Dimensions (L x H)||11.42" x 5.16"|
|Slot Width||Triple Slot|
|Date First Available||July 21, 2021|
Pros: The card is really stylish. it works cool. a silent card, gigabyte software progress, I can easily make the settings I want, the programs are stable.
Cons: If an extra sound card or capture card is placed in the PCI Express slots, heat problems may occur. Before you buy, you should do a preliminary exploration of your safe. length 300mm, thickness 60mm. Requires 2x8 pins for power Especially those who want to use vertical should search well.
Overall Review: Thank you newegg, delivery to my country in 4 days, quality packaging, polite and helpful customer representative. I am satisfied with the shopping, I will shop with newegg again.
Pros: Personalization on the lcd display is honestly pretty impressive considering most GPUs dont have anything to display .
Cons: Product is pretty big so if you have a small case may need to check measurements before imputing into a case
Overall Review: This product is superb and I went form a 1060 GPU to this and it is super fast and love the personalization of the lcd display to show temps and frames on the display. I got a Newegg shuffle but hands down this is worth the extra money compared to some of the other 3070 cards
Pros: Fast card, good cooling. Noticeable improvement over my 1080ti. Got it via Newegg shuffle for MSRP so thats a bonus. No coil whine or issues. Plus everything at 1440p with ease.
Cons: Its a thick card and youll want a gpu bracket to help with sag unless your vertically mounting it. Box was a little damaged on the out side but its well package and no damage to the card itself.
Overall Review: If you can get it at the MSRP then definitely do it.
Pros: - This card is exactly what you need for 1440p gaming.
Cons: - It's a THICC boy!
Overall Review: - Lovet his card, make sure to switch your PCI to Get3 via BIOS before installing or you'll get a blank screen with no signal.
Pros: Looks really good in person Fast Quiet Good temps
Cons: A little big
Overall Review: An amazing card
Pros: This card is a CHUN! I love the LCD Screen and the performance of this card. It obliterates everything I throw at it, in 1080P Mind you because I don't have 1440P monitors. The card is very quiet, compared to my old 980 TI I wasn't sure if it was actually working. It's just got excellent cooling with the 3 fans and heat slot exhaust. 60 FPS Cyberpunk MAX, RTX MAX. 60 FPS Horizon Zero Dawn 60 FPS No Man's Sky DLSS I hear so much negativity about RGB Fusion but it is working okay for me at the moment.
Cons: It took way too long for me to be able to actually get this card, over two whole years. I am unsure if 859 is MSRP or not, could have been a tad cheaper. Not impressed with the RGB effects available in RGB Fusion. iCUE has way better effects.
Overall Review: I definitely recommend this GPU to anyone who is desperate for a card. If you have the money and the Strix is available below 900 USD, I would go with that mainly for the iCUE RGB effects. The card itself is MASSIVE, make sure you have room before you buy it. RGB Fusion is working so far. The only way it disappoints me is with the RGB effects.
Pros: The fans are fairly quiet, even during benchmarks and extended testing. I've left the case open and had it sit next to me on the bench without thinking the sound is obtrusive. The memory on this one has 200MHz room for overclock without touching voltages or GPU frequency, which seems fairly safe. It benchmarks near the top of the 3070's like that. It tends to run at the top of the GPU frequency range during extended runs of Furmark, staying at or below 70C. It scores higher paired with a 5900X than with a 5600G, but I suppose that is to be expected.
Cons: Coil whine: It will whine during the Passmark benchmark. But other than that, I have not heard it. It's very long. It barely fit into a DEEPCOOL TESSERACT, which is struggling a bit with airflow. At least the side panel 120mm fan doesn't conflict with the card. The dual 8 pin connectors were surprising for a 3070.
Overall Review: The card matches my expectation. It came in a relatively good bundle, though I am not a fan of that. I am not the least bit disappointed. I'm not a big RGB fan, and I don't know that I would ever bother with the tiny screen on this. But for those who want to have some bling, it's got it. You may need to be selective of the GPU brace so that it does not block the view.
Pros: Zero coil whine Well built Good Performance Absolutely aesthetically pleasing
Cons: Price Did I mention Price? Price is a consideration too Had to accept a combo deal with a motherboard I did not really want
Overall Review: My wife's system was limping along with a modest 11400 + 3060 rig gaming 2560x1600 with plenty of sub 60 fps dips while playing World of Warcraft. The 3070 is large and in charge and coupled with an upgrade to a spare 9900ks @ 5.2ghz buildout, wife is now running full 60fps at ultra 10 settings in WoW. Card has zero coil whine, routinely pulls 280w and sits naturally between 1965-2000mhz topping out at 70 while gaming. Pricey especially in the Shuffle combo deal, but you can't take it with you and sometimes life is to be enjoyed in the here and now.