EVGA GeForce RTX 3070 XC3 Ultra 8GB GDDR6 Video Card
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- 8GB of GDDR6 memory can churn out crisp and stunning graphics in resolutions as high as 7680 x 4320 pixels
- 1770MHz core clock speed and 14000MHz effective memory clock speed ensure smooth and lag-free gaming
- Supports Microsoft DirectX 12 Ultimate, Vulkan RT API, and OpenGL 4.6 graphics APIs for maximum graphics performance
- Supports NVIDIA DLSS, NVIDIA G-SYNC, NVIDIA GPU Boost, and NVIDIA Game Ready drivers
- HDMI 2.1 and DisplayPort 1.4a output ports support multiple monitor setups
- EVGA Precision X1 technology lets you customise cooling levels and the overclocking capability of the GPU
- Triple HDB fans and iCX3 cooling help produce sustained performance under peak loads
- Second-generation ray tracing (RT) cores and third-generation tensor cores render high quality graphics so every game looks as realistic as possible
- VR ready graphics card means you can now experience compatible games in an even more immersive way
- Compatible with motherboards that support PCI Express, PCI Express 2.0, PCI Express 3.0, or PCI Express 4.0 with at least one graphics slot and minimum 650W power supply
- Compatible with 64-bit Windows 7 and Windows 10 operating systems
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Of the 375 reviewers who responded, 365 would recommend this product.
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- Loudish fans- March 28, 2021
A large step up from my RX 580. This replaced the MSI Armor, which is notorious for being the worst cooler of the bunch. I briefly used a Gigabyte 5600 XT OC before swapping to this offering from EVGA. Its fans were noticeably quieter out of the box. I had to mess with EVGA Precision X1 to tame them. As a result, I get around 78-80 degrees Celsius when playing demanding titles. This isn't enough to trigger heavy thermal throttling, but I do lose the boost clocks. To get it any cooler, the fans get too loud for my liking. My unit also has a little bit of coil whine when things get going, but it's not super noticeable when the fans kick in loud.No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
- A nice 3070 card- February 4, 2021
I managed to get my hands on one of these around Jan 18th. The card runs great, and benchmark scores without extensive tuning puts it right in the middle of the pack on 3Dmark results, as I would have hoped. It's a welcome upgrade to a GTX970, as it runs the newer game well and the 3-4 years old game super smoothly. I was unsure about the look of the card upon purchasing (my preference was for a FE, Strix or similar cards), but I have to say it looks quite decent in person (they did change the "clown lips" end piece to black, thankfully). Mounted horizontally in a 4000x case, it looks right as home, with minimal GPU sag thanks to a well thought-out heatsink (The 970 Strix it's replacing had a very bad sag).Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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- OK card when it works.- April 24, 2021
I'm glad to have been able to buy this card! My son uses it for his gaming build. He has had trouble with games crashing and I think it's due to this card. He plays CoD, Minecraft, and other FPS games. He keeps getting the same error which has to do with the card. I'm not sure if it's a card defect or if it happens to everyone in general. We've had this card too long to return it so I don't know what to do about it. When it works it keeps up with all of his games on ultra high settings. If I had to do it again, I would try a different card because of the crashes.No, I would not recommend this to a friend.