PCI Express 4.0
|Model||GV-N3070GAMING OC-8GD (rev. 2.0)|
|Interface||PCI Express 4.0|
|GPU Series||NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 Series|
|GPU||GeForce RTX 3070|
|Core Clock||1815 MHz|
|CUDA Cores||5888 Cores|
|Effective Memory Clock||14000 MHz|
|DirectX||DirectX 12 Ultimate|
|HDMI||2 x HDMI 2.1|
|DisplayPort||2 x DisplayPort 1.4a|
|Max Resolution||7680 x 4320|
|Virtual Reality Ready||Yes|
|Thermal Design Power||220W|
|Recommended PSU Wattage||650W|
|Power Connector||1 x 6-Pin + 1 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
WINDFORCE 3X Cooling System with alternate spinning fans
RGB Fusion 2.0
Protection metal back plate
LHR (Lite Hash Rate) version
|Max GPU Length||286 mm|
|Card Dimensions (L x H)||11.26" x 4.53"|
|Slot Width||2.5 Slot|
4-year warranty registration
|Date First Available||July 09, 2021|
Pros: I just build a PC recently with absolutely zero prior knowledge in hardware. Growing up playing PC games on a laptop with integrated graphics was no fun, so now that I have zero limitations Im overwhelmed. Great performance no matter the game youre running. LHR affects nothing for a day-to-day consumer, so dont let that make you feel like youre missing out. Cannot go wrong tossing one of these bad boys in your PC.
Cons: Male Birth Control
Overall Review: Amazing product, well worth its current price if youre in the market for a new card
Overall Review: Get it nerd
Pros: My eyes have been blessed. Want 140+fps on any game? This is the right card for you. Good card to have for the next 2 to 3 years until you can afford a 3080 or maybe the new 4000 series.
Cons: I don't use it for mining, so I can't point out any cons. :/
Overall Review: Want to have to contain the urge to say "I have an RTX 3070", when talking to your crush? Then this is the right card for you!!!
Overall Review: Got for my son for his bday. Dont know much about computers but he said it made his PC super fast
Pros: - Massive heat sink and great fans keep temps low while overclocked - Easily runs heavy graphics games in 2k - Upgraded from a GTX 1070 and the difference was better than I could have hoped for - RTX is amazing for some games(Doom: Eternal, Cyberpunk)
Cons: - 8Gb VRAM can be limiting at times in photo modes or maxed out graphics of some games
Overall Review: Overall a fantastic card and very happy with it. Highly recommend this card if upgrading into the 3000 series. Great value if purchased around the $500 MSRP
Pros: Price has dropped a little.
Cons: Price still over retail.
Overall Review: Nvidia is my brand. This is a great card.
Pros: Runs games smoothly on max settings
Cons: The larger size but it's not a huge con
Overall Review: I upgraded from a 6GB 2060 and what a big difference! Now all the games I enjoy run smoother with the graphic settings set to max. The card is bigger than the 2060 which I why I use a full tower for my gaming PC build.
Pros: Got it for only slightly more than NVIDIA MSRP for 3070 cards. It's very strong and quiet, running around 50℃ on average, and around 67℃ when running extreme stress tests and benchmarks. Can run just about everything at 1440p with 70+ FPS easy, even with ray-tracing and DLSS turned up to the highest settings. Cyberpunk and Dying Light 2 look like whole new games. Even when running benchmarks the fan is barely audible. Standard case fans are much, much louder. The small bit of RGB lettering is nice too, as it matches well with Corsair RGB and ARGB.
Cons: Cost was still higher than NVIDA MSRP for the same chip. Gigabyte is a great brand though with a solid reputation, and this is the Rev 2 card with improved cooling.
Overall Review: Overall the card looks very clean, and out performs anything any current gen game can throw at it.
Pros: It has an excellent price At the moment I have tried it, playing at 144 hz in 2K is the maximum. It has one pin 8 and one pin 6, so my 600W PSU works pretty well for it.
Cons: It should be noted that despite having 3 fans, it usually heats up to 83 degrees as long as it is in OC mode and you are getting 100% of it. The maximum Draw power that I could observe was 255 W, it uses a lot of energy, take it into account in your bill haha. But this applies all 3070 or higher
Overall Review: At the moment I can say that it has been a good purchase at an excellent price.
A Good GPU for a Mid Range Budget
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