ASUS Vietnam Facebook page in brief Publish Its first picture greatly awaited GeForce RTX 3070 graphics card with unique dual Noctua fans. These seemingly legitimate images show a motherboard combining a noticeable brown Noctua fan with an unusually thick ASUS RTX 3070.
Before the page was taken down, we saw the ASUS GeForce RTX 3070 Noctua graphics card with a custom-designed printed circuit board (PCB) developed by ASUS and a large cooling system built by Noctua. The board looks long and tall, with at least four expansion slots.
The board has five display outputs: three DisplayPort 1.4 and two HDMI 2.1. As for the power supply, it has two eight-pin auxiliary PCIe power connectors that can provide up to 300W of power to the card.
Noctua has traditionally used two methods to reduce the noise generated by its coolers: It designed a large and complex radiator with heat pipes and equipped it with high-quality fans that run as quietly as possible. This seems to be the case with RTX3070-O8G-NOCTUA, because the cooler is really big. In fact, ASUS GeForce RTX 3070 Noctua may be one of the first four-wide graphics cards in the industry.
As one of the world’s largest manufacturers of computer components and PCs, ASUS has thousands of its own engineers to develop products, so it rarely cooperates with other companies. However, the company made an exception for Noctua. Perhaps, seeking to integrate the expertise of the two into this GPU.
Asus has not announced the three main features of the graphics card. The first is its actual specifications, such as GPU and video memory frequency. Second, its recommended price (although we doubt it is possible to buy the unit at that price). Third, the details or lack of RGB lighting.