Asus RTX 3070 TUF Gaming OC Review

Asus RTX 3070 TUF Gaming OC. Like the wide range of various ongoing GPUs, Asus RTX 3070 TUF keeps on being profoundly pursued — by gamers and excavators the same. Initially uncovered with a $500 base cost, with execution moderately near the past age RTX 2080 Ti, the GPU hoped to land directly in the sweet spot. The hypothetical cost effectively acquires the card a spot on our best illustrations cards rundown, and it sits in seventh spot in our GPU benchmarks pecking order (excluding the Titan RTX). What does the Asus card bring to the table? Less and then some, contingent upon your point of view.

Here’s a fast correlation of the reference 3070 Founders Edition with the Asus 3070 TUF Gaming. The entirety of the center highlights and specs are something very similar, so the solitary genuine change is in clock speeds and the card’s plan.

Asus RTX 3070 TUF Gaming OC Review

As with most Asus designs cards, the Asus RTX 3070 TUF Gaming OC has different clock speed alternatives. A switch on the highest point of the card can flip among ‘calm’ and ‘execution’ modes (reboot required), yet that is not the full story. The OC Mode has a lift clock of 1845 MHz, contrasted with 1815 MHz in the default Gaming mode, and 1785 MHz in Quiet Mode. In any case, you can possibly utilize the OC Mode on the off chance that you introduce the Asus GPU Tweak II programming (see beneath) — else, you’ll get the marginally lower Gaming Mode timekeepers.

Asus is essentially riding the fence with this methodology. It will guarantee higher lift tickers, yet we speculate a ton of clients will not try introducing GPU Tweak and will wind up with (somewhat) lower execution — and lower power draw too. Everything being equal, a great many people will not notification the distinction in any case, however cutting force use by 25W and dropping temperatures a piece are both attractive things with PC equipment. We’ve selected to run the exhibition tests with OC Mode drew in, however we likewise gathered force and temperature information running in Gaming Mode.

The RTX 3070 TUF’s plan is almost indistinguishable from that of the Asus RTX 3080 TUF, with a couple of minor changes. The 3070 has similar measurements as the more strong 3080 and 3090 cards, however it weighs around 300g less. That is on the grounds that the GPU and GDDR6 memory will not run as hot, so the heatsink isn’t exactly as cumbersome. The general appearance is almost equivalent to the better quality Asus TUF models also, however there are a couple of little contrasts in the backplate (there are a couple of additional patterns on the 3070).

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While the reference Asus RTX 3070 TUF has an authority TGP (Total Graphics Power) of 220W, Asus doesn’t unequivocally list a TGP and rather suggests at any rate a 750W force supply. The 3070 TUF actually requires double 8-pin power connectors, very much like the 3080 and 3090 variations, which is somewhat intriguing to see. In view of our force testing, it will be trying to push the card past 300W, and a 8-pin in addition to 6-pin arrangement would have been adequate, yet it was presumably simpler to simply keep the double 8-pin associations utilized on different models.

RGB lighting is available, however it’s agreeable contrasted with other GPUs. The TUF logo on the highest point of the card illuminates, and there’s a little RGB strip on the front edge of the card (connected to similar lights as the logo), and that is it. In case you’re after seriously bling, Asus has the Strix line for that. TUF is the more standard way to deal with plan and style. Normally, the Strix models cost more than the TUF models, with marginally higher processing plant overclocks and better cooling notwithstanding the extra RGB lighting.

Asus RTX 3070 TUF Gaming

Asus RTX 3070 TUF Gaming: 1080p Gaming Performance

We’ve just tried one Asus RTX 3070 TUF up until now, which we’ll feature in dazzling red, with the reference 3070 Founders Edition in a hazier shade. We’ve included both ‘stock’ (utilizing the OC Mode) results and execution running our greatest manual overclock in the graphs (we didn’t run benchmarks utilizing the Gaming Mode or Silent Mode). We didn’t run the equivalent overclocking tests on the Founders Edition back when we previously tried it, yet in the tests that we ran, we saw execution marginally higher than the Asus card gets utilizing the OC Mode.

Our test PC is a similar Intel Core i9-9900K we’ve been utilizing for longer than a year at this point, with full subtleties to one side. The Core i9-10900K and Ryzen 9 5900X might be somewhat quicker, contingent upon the game utilized and different settings. Nonetheless, we’ve empowered XMP memory profiles for our GPU testbed, which appears to limit the hole a lot, especially with the Asus RTX 3070 TUF. We’re running the RAM at DDR4-3600 with 16-18-18 timings, contrasted with the authoritatively upheld DDR4-2666 memory speed.

Asus RTX 3070 TUF Gaming: 1440p Gaming Performance

Running at 2560×1440 is by and large the best harmony among goal and casing rate, particularly since 144Hz 1440p presentations are generally reasonable — you can even get FreeSync and G-Sync Compatible IPS shows for around $300-$400, which is the thing that we suggest for a great many people. Execution drops on normal by around 20% contrasted with 1080p, however the entirety of the games keep on running at in excess of 60 fps, outside of the two games where we’ve empowered DXR (Dirt 5 and Watch Dogs Legion — however WDL has the alternative to utilize DLSS, which we haven’t done here.)

The manufacturing plant overclock on the Asus 3070 TUF Gaming gives it a 5 percent lead over the 3070 FE, which isn’t especially critical. Physically overclocking the Asus card likewise puts it (scarcely) in front of the stock RX 6800 once more, with a comparable arrangement of wins in misfortunes in the individual games. This is probably to whatever extent we’d suggest pushing the RTX 3070 for most gamers.

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