GeForce RTX 3070 Ti FTW3 ULTRA GAMING (LHR) 8GB PCI-E w/ HDMI, Triple DP
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Friday, April 22, 2022
From: sj nb
evga warranty. and strong cooler. it draws over 300w and stays cool. I use a 1440p 165hz monitor and its overkill-200+fps in most games. with gsync.vsync on it runs 57c- full tilt ~66c-50% fans
none on evga side. its power hungry and not much overclocking room without de-shroud or water cooling. make sure you have a real good 750w psu or better. power slider does almost nothing. the trade off for temperatures is not worth it on stock cooler.
should be relevant for at least 6 years, if you are cheap like me 10+
Friday, October 1, 2021
LOVE this card. Benchmarks WAY higher than advertised and expected, and that's only via Precision X1 auto mode... not torturing it with manual adjustments. SOME people think cards are too expensive but this is the same amount of money I paid for my 2080 Asus Turbo card two years ago... and 3 months ago I sold that card for $1000... I call that a Win - Win. This is a WAY more powerful card, for the same money and two years newer tech.
I WAS forced (by EVGA policy, not MemExpr) to purchase a 750W PSU with this card as a bundle... so I paid MORE, but I ended up using that PSU for another AM4 build, so it's not just sitting on a shelf or needing to be dumped on Kijiji for $75. I'd ALWAYS prefer a card to be water-cooled... so I anticipate a further upgrade in the future. I'd LOVE water cooling to come down to this level of card....
This card runs cool and quiet and MAYBE your performance will vary based on not having top-tier components surrounding it (or any other) high-end video card... I'm on a water-cooled TR3960x, 3600Mhz 128GB RAM, Asus Prime Pro S TR motherboard, NVMe RAID and 1000W power supply ... keep EVERYTHING at as high quality as you can across the parts-pick and you'll get BETTER than expected results vs ONLY putting all your money towards JUST a video card and the rest of the components given little or no thought.