GIGABYTE GeForce RTX 3070 VISION OC, A Card Of A Different Colour

Source: The FPS Review GIGABYTE GeForce RTX 3070 VISION OC, A Card Of A Different Colour

Every Bit As Intangible As The Vision, Too

The GeForce RTX 3070 VISION OC 8G is fairly unique as it uses a white fan shroud, which could look good in a build inside a white case with NZXT’s Z490 motherboard.  The looks are the most unique attribute of the RTX 3070 VISION, the a factory overclock of 90MHz is not excessive and even though it looks different it makes use of Gigabyte’s WINDFORCE 3X cooler, with fans operating in alternate directions for enhanced cooling.

It is marketed for VIDEO EDITING、3D ANIMATION、PHOTOGRAPHY、GRAPHIC DESIGN、ARCHITECTURAL VISUALIZATION or BROADCASTING, but there is no reason you couldn’t use it for gaming if you spot it for sale somewhere for $620 or so.  The FPS Review took a look at the in game frequency before overclocking, measuring 1950Mhz at a temperature of 65C with the 8GB of GDDR6 running at the stock 14GHz.  After some time spent with the AORUS Engine software they boosted that to a stable 2025MHz during gaming sessions with the memory happy running at 15.6GHz.

If you are looking for a card with unique aesthetics and prefer your overclock to be set out of the box as opposed to tweaking it yourself then this card is worth the original MSRP and is still decent after the recent price boost applied to these theoretically available cards.

It sits one notch below the AORUS 3070 MASTER 8G and differs only in color scheme to the 3070 GAMING OC 8G. It sports a white motif that would fit right in with the NZXT N7 Z490 motherboard inside the Fractal Design Focus G White case.

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