PCI Express 4.0
|Interface||PCI Express 4.0|
|GPU Series||NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 Series|
|GPU||GeForce RTX 3070 Ti|
|Core Clock||1830 MHz|
|Effective Memory Clock||19000 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|
|Recommended PSU Wattage||750W|
|Power Connector||2 x 8-Pin|
|Features||NVIDIA Ampere Streaming Multiprocessors|
2nd Generation RT Cores
3rd Generation Tensor Cores
Powered by GeForce RTX 3070 Ti
Integrated with 8GB GDDR6X 256-bit memory interface
WINDFORCE 3X Cooling System with alternate spinning fans
RGB Fusion 2.0
Protection metal back plate
|Max GPU Length||320 mm|
|Card Dimensions (L x H)||12.60" x 5.08"|
|Date First Available||June 10, 2021|
Pros: - Replaced my 5 year old GTX 1070 - Notable performance increase in all games - Noticing cool "new" details in games, not just ray tracing - Running cool with low to moderate fan noise (not overclocking) - Running New World @ 2k @ 125 FPS before the game specific driver
Cons: - RTX 3000 series shortage or "shortage" or whatever is going on - Bots, scalping, crypto miners
Overall Review: - Won via Shuffle - Dislike the concept of shuffle bundling but the extra MB actually saved my upgrade - RTX 3000 series are worth the upgrade - I hope all you gamers out there get what you want for MSRP! Good luck to you!
Pros: -Seems to handle games on max settings very well. Havent noticed any major frame drops as of yet.
Cons: -currently difficult to obtain (but everyone knows that) -No real cons that Ive found so far.
Overall Review: I got lucky with the Newegg shuffle. But if you can get ahold of this GPU at a price closer to msrp, its worth it. PC setup: ryzen 5 5600x, asus rog crosshair viii dark hero, 32 gb ram at 3600
Pros: Temps have yet to break 62c (custom fan curve enabled) Quite the upgrade from a 2080
Cons: It's big, the design isn't eye-catching
Overall Review: Not particularly the one I wanted, but it was the only one I had a chance to get...
Pros: - Much faster than my asus 1070 strix - Runs cool in the Lian Li O11 Dynamic
Cons: - Shes CHONKY. If you have a vertical GPU mounting situation you should be fine, but regular mounting you're going to want a support bracket
Overall Review: I'm very happy with this card. I won the purchasing opportunity through Newegg Shuffle and was hesitant on purchasing at first. But seeing as my Asus 1070 Strix OC was aging a bit and I have been wanting to purchase a 30's series since launch, I pulled the trigger. This card is able to run all my games at ultra settings utilizing all of my 3440x1440 ultrawide monitor. Finally able to run games in 21:9 aspect ratio instead of cutting it down to 16:9 to save some processing power. Overall I know this card will last me another 5/6 years like my 1070 did and I'm more than happy with that. Next upgrade - i9-10850k from my i7 6800k hahaha. LETS GO!
Pros: -Stays quite cool on its boost clock, hovering 58 degrees Celsius on a hot summer day, obviously goes to 70+ when Overclocked, on a cool morning its like low 60s -Very aesthetically pleasing, love the design -Its a pretty big step up from my 2060s
Cons: -GDDR6X 8Gb VRAM seems a bit small but to be fair this card is designed with 2K in mind
Overall Review: I would recommend this card, just remember if you do 4K keep an eye out on VRAM
Pros: - The physical card is beautiful and pretty large. The LED lettering on the side of the card is going to look awesome in any PC. - Even though it is large this card fit nicely in my Thermaltake Versa Micro Case - Benchmarked my rig on max setting (Elden Ring, GTA V and a few other demanding games) and it runs just about flawlessly. Elden Ring looks beautiful on my 144hz BenQ gaming monitor. - Blows the PS4 pro graphics out of the water when comparing Elden Ring between the two - Runs nice quiet
Cons: - Just about all video cards are overpriced still as of 5/22 but do not cost twice as much anymore. Got this card for just under $800, been eyeing these cards for over a year now and didn't want to wait anymore but if you wait a bit longer the prices appear to still be going down. - It was definitely handled or used at least once before , this was not a 'brand new' untouched card. You could tell the box was opened at least a couple times from the small tears in the box and the anti-static wrapper the video card came in was lazily put on with no seal. Would be nice to get some quality packaging for a $800 purchase.
Overall Review: This is the exact card you are looking for your gaming rig. Will hold up for a while for PC games and won't need to worry about upgrades. BUT Newegg will sell used cards as new on here so be careful.