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Monday, May 24, 2021
Super beast of a card. Work amazing, quiet no issues. Best with aorus monitor for great.
Software, was a bit of a ache to install.
Price is worth it, i grabbed one right away once they came in couldn't be more happier. If your doing a first time build recommend getting the warranty with it.
Monday, March 15, 2021
This thing is a 1440p beast! Thermals are fantastic, fans are dead quiet, and it's OC ability is the best of the 3070's I've seen. Too bad the price had to jump up, but it makes sense.
Gigabyte software isn't ideal, but my RGB is instant, unlike some of the other reviews.
Obviously it will be a while before you can buy this card, but this is the one to get when you can!
Saturday, January 09, 2021
From: Calgary, Alberta
- Card runs quiet and cool - No coil whine - 3 fan design - Can put in custom GIF's into the LCD - Decent and tasteful amount of RGB - Aorus Software is straight forward to use if you want to monitor or tweak the card - Auto OC yielded about a 7% boost (did not play with voltage) - Low TDP and efficient - Able to get 56~ AVG FPS on Cyberpunk 2077 ultra 1440p and Ray trace reflections on. Some tweaking you can get it to 60
- NVIDIA being NVIDIA and giving this card 8GB VRAM, its kinda cutting it close but I was able to play COD Warzone on max + Raytrace on. Then again, they gave the 3080 10GB of VRAM. Hopefully this is enough for the next 2 years. Ray tracing gobbles up VRAM like chips. You easily max out 8GB VRAM on Cyberpunk on 1440P resolution - Gigabyte's RGB software (RGBFusion) is slow as it has to connect to the card. Takes 30-60 seconds usually
This is a solid card for 1440P. I wouldn't use this for 4K though. Gigabyte has put in extra cooling, great RGB, LCD display feature, and adequate software. I've owned EVGA and XFX before, Gigabyte's software tools are on par with EVGA's but could be better on the RGB software (Gigabyte has two pieces of software). If you want affordable ray tracing performance and excellent non-RT 1440P gaming, the 3070 hits the sweet spot. If you're really crazy about max frames, I would get the 3080 RTX, but you pay for what you get.