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ASUS ROG STRIX GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER Advanced Overclocked 8G GDDR6 HDMI DisplayPort USB Type-C Gaming Graphics Card (ROG-...

4.8 10 reviews

EUR1.05402

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Powered by NVIDIA Turing with 1830 MHz Boost Clock (OC Mode), 2560 CUDA Cores and overclocked 8GB GDDR6 memory Supports up to 4 Monitors with 2x Display Port 1. 4, 2x HDMI 2. 0 and a VR headset via USB Type C ports. Digital Max Resolution:7680x4320 Auto Extreme and Max Contact Technology deliver premium quality and reliability with aerospace grade Super Alloy Power II components while maximizing heat sink contact ASUS Aura Sync RGB lighting features a nearly endless spectrum of colors with the ability to synchronize effects across an ever expanding ecosystem of Aura Sync enabled products GPU Tweak II makes monitoring performance and streaming in real time easier than ever, and includes additional software like Game Booster, XSplit Gamecaster, WTFast and QuantumCloud
Reviews
User says:

This is a fantastic GPU. I've overclocked it and I don't see the temperature go above 62c with the fan curve set to OC mode. The core clock stays at 2050MHz after overclocking. It does fantastic with my 3440x1440 monitor and I rarely see dips below 100fps when playing Forza Horizon 4 on max settings. This is a very large card. Make sure you have the space in your case!

User says:

This board is a beast!Doesn't even break a sweat giving you 70+ fps at everything you throw at it in either very high or ultra setting in 4K. Extremely satisfied.Make sure you have room. This thing is massive.

User says:

This GPU has exceeded expectations. Yes, there are better out there in the Nvidia line, but after the 2070 super you’re getting diminishing returns. Now on to this particular card, my temps have never exceeded 62degrees under full load. The 3 fans on this thing do their job and they do it well. Keep in mind, I’m achieving these temps with 40-50% fan speeds. I did a ton of research on the 2070 super before deciding on this one so I THOUGHT I knew what I was getting when purchasing this, but holy cow it out performed the numbers I was seeing on YT and other tech sites (mine is paired with an i5 9600K btw) Also keep in mind this card is big and HEAVY. I ordered a little gpu support to prevent any future sag.To sum it up, just get this card! You won’t be disappointed.

User says:

Very great card, upgraded from a Titan X and was a huge difference. Runs all my games on my 4K resolution with settings max for most games smoothly. Highly recommended this card, has one of the best power phase designs I’ve seen on a gpu.

User says:

[[VIDEOID:4aa38f56f45e1bbec83031ce0c4c76c8]] I upgraded from a 1660 OC and man this thing is amazing. It’s quieter and thermals stay pretty low even at load. The card is huge though as you can seen in my Phanteks p300. I ended up vertically mounting it because there are 2 bright white power indicator leds where the 8-pin connectors are that bothered me. Those lights are always on and just didn’t look great, I could have just put some black electrical tape over it but..... Anyway I went from about 80-90fps on max settings with a 1660 to 140+FPS at ultra with RTX on.

User says:

Es bellísima , es perfecta por donde la veas , nunca tan satisfecho , sin esperarlo me regalaron the Walking Simulator :v , estaré informando ante cualquier eventualidad , por ahora 100% complacido .

User says:

Love it! Runs super cool, and have had no issue so far. Great product!

User says:

Es mi primer PC y esta gráfica vino de lujo, mantiene las temperaturas por debajo de los 70c aun al 100% de uso, es una bestia y encima silenciosa, y tras varios meses de uso sigue rindiendo como el primer día.Recomendada señores.

User says:

So far good. Not a single problem

User says:

I gotta say, aside from the potentially lucky binning if I indeed won some silicon lottery here, this ASUS ROG STRIX RTX 2070 Super w/ 8GB GDDR6 is well worth it's value and runs very cool, and very fast at both stock and max overclock settings. The tech specs on this sale page show a boost clock of 1845, but out of box, mine was clocking 1980MHz.This is a very large card, nearly taking up 3 slots just by being a little too close to want anything directly next to it on the top and bottom, yet still able to fit inside my NZXT S340 case despite the front AIO LC radiator up front with both push and pull fans. Even under max loads with stock fan curves and moderate overclocks, with these three cowled fans it was not easy to see GPU temps as high as even 57C. I bought this for modern games and Gen1 VR improvements, but have seen an eradication of low FPS droops across every game I throw at it.The "Performance / Quiet" switch on the card does not affect clock speeds, just adds a more or less aggressive auto fan curve. I did find that even under stock operation, a manual increase of fan speed was able to garner small yet consistent FPS increases. You can manually adjust the automatic fan curve with software if desired. The fans are not particularly loud, compared to other cards I've used, even when at 100% speed, but there is a choppy sound to them possibly due to the cowled design vs. other fans I've heard before. I'm not concerned at all.I spent Monday (Dec9) doing some extreme overclocking, and I was able to out punch 1080ti and 2080 (non-super), and every other 2070 Super in my class (i5-4690k) taking first place in a number of 3DMark tests including across all GFX cards 43rd in the world and 12th in the USA in Time Spy Extreme! Against all 2070 Supers running on Haswell (i5-4690k) I took nearly every first place spot even against i5's with 4.4GHz+ extreme overclocks (mine can't do more than 4.3GHz), including 1st place in Port Royal (RayTracing test) by dropping the OC to 2115MHz on the GPU, but I couldn't take the Fire Strike top spot against 4.8GHz and 4.9GHz overclock on their Haswell CPU's (which is insane!), taking third instead.Scores at 3DMark can be found under my reviewer name.My stable extreme overclock is GPU @ 2130MHz and VRAM OC @ 2000.2MHz (16GHz!!!)(just for record settings, not everyday use mind yoo - I'd like this card to be alive for 3+ years, lol)For things like the new Red Dead Redemption 2 for PC, at stock settings (no overclocking) I get 80FPS highs and 68FPS average with 32FPS at the 1% lows... but when I add a moderate overclock of 2070MHz on the GPU (fans at 70%) and turn on Adaptive V-Sync at half monitor refresh (144Hz/2) I get 72FPS uppers and 70FPS average, with 1% lows at 47FPS for a perfectly smooth game regardless of intense action or low intensity scenes, with what appears to me zero tearing and no "jaggies" on models. (All settings at HIGH, but Textures at Ultra at 1080p 144Hz Refresh, motion blur off, TAA on, Full SSAO on, and only 2xMSAA where applicable).As a 10+ year veteran of PC gaming, I can highly recommend this card as THE contender for the top spot of upper-mid level graphics cards, even without the overclocking. In my opinion, if buying a 2070 Super, this is THE version to buy. In fact, if considering a 1080ti for some reason, or a 2080 (non-super) or for anything but 2K/4K, I'd also recommend this card as the better value for the price after mild overclocking. VERY worth the price!If I had one "con" to note, it would be the same as the other reviewer here: I keep RGB off, not a fan of it, but the power LED's have no option to turn off, and I run a clear side panel, sleeping in the same room, preferring perfect dark. I suppose it's for a reason, but I'll be adding a little tape or maybe black paint over it to obscure 99.99% of the light so I can still tell if they are on without illuminating my entire room at night. Would NOT make me trade this card for any other brand or build, or anything else in the world in this class, it's just a very small nag from me (and that other guy, too).

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