Custom GeForce RTX 4070 graphics cards leak ahead of launch

Published: Apr 12th 2023, 07:38 GMT   Comments

It’s raining dual-fan GPUs again

Today NVIDIA board partners unveil their latest GeForce cards based on RTX 4070 SKU.

ASUS GeForce RTX 4070 Series

We have quite a few cards to show you today, starting with this one of the kind Dual GPU from ASUS. The series has been completely redesigned for the new Ada series, and the best part is that it will be available in two colors, either black or white:

An updated TUF Gaming GPU is also planned. Unlike the RTX 4070 Ti model equipped with 12VHPWR connector, this card will use a standard 8-pin power connector:


GIGABYTE GeForce RTX 4070 Series

Gigabyte has outdone themselves by announcing five new cards. Interestingly, Gigabyte is the only company that decided to do a full lineup featuring triple-fan designs, there is no dual-fan option here. Furthermore, Aorus Master might be the largest RTX 4070 on the market.

COLORFUL GeForce RTX 4070 Series

Moving on to Chinese brand, Colorful has the same lineup as for the RTX 4070 Ti. There is even a liquid-cooled card, which is actually the only such card for the RTX 4070 series as of now. Another interesting fact, the iGame Vulcan might also be the only RTX 4070 with an on-board display. This feature would also be expected from AORUS Master, but Gigabyte figured that the RTX 4070 might not need it. As we can see, iGame Vulcan and Neptune will use 16-pin power connectors, while BattleAx and iGame Ultra will feature standard connectors.

ZOTAC GeForce RTX 4070 Series

ZOTAC has AMP, Trinity, and Twin Edge series. The latter are dual-fan cards, which are ZOTAC’s first RTX 40 models with such a design. Furthermore, only the Twin Edge series have 8-pin power connector, while AMP/Trinity rely on a 16-pin connector instead.

MSI GeForce RTX 4070 Series

The MSI lineup should no longer be a secret to our readers. The new pictures may only serve as a confirmation of what was expected. The Suprim series were not yet pictured, which strongly indicates that the series will launch later. Only the Gaming X and SUPRIM cards will ship with a 16-pin power connector, while budget-friendly Ventus 3X and 2X models will get an 8-pin connector.

More cards are to be showcased later today. We expect updates from Palit, Pny, Galax, Gainward and many more.

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