Noctua's aims to create more graphics cards with ASUS

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Noctua's aims to create more graphics cards with ASUS

Expect to see more graphics cards from Noctua and ASUS

Last year, Noctua teamed up with ASUS to create the RTX 3070 Noctua OC Edition, a graphics card that is regarded as one of the quiet and coolest running RTX 3070 GPUs on the market. Now, many PC gamers want to see what Noctua could do with higher-end graphics cards like Nvidia's RTX 3080 Ti.

On Twitter, Noctua was recently asked if they were planning to create a custom RTX 3080 Ti graphics card. Noctua's response is that they "aim to create further graphics cards in collaboration with ASUS". PC gamers should expect to see more Noctua branded GPUs in the future.

Noctua's aims to create more graphics cards with ASUS  

While ASUS' brown and beige colour scheme is divisive, it cannot be denied that ASUS' RTX 3070 Noctua Edition is a solid product. Even if it is a 4.3-slot thick graphics card, it has more than proven that Noctua has the ability to create excellent GPU heatsinks.

With GPU TDPs rising within the high-end market, now is a great time to have a newcomer take a different approach to GPU cooling. Nobody else has placed fans this large and thick on a graphics card, and it would be interesting to see what a larger Noctua cooled graphics card would look like. Would it feature three 120mm F-A12x25 fans? Would this graphics card be more than 360mm in length? Perhaps Noctua could use their next-generation 140mm fan designs?

For now, all we know is that Noctua plans to create new GPU designs with ASUS, and that is a good thing.Noctua's aims to create more graphics cards with ASUS


ASUS' RTX 3070 Noctua Edition

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31-03-2022, 15:23:03

I wish they'd make coolers so users can buy and fit them themselves rather than just working with Asus.

I won't pay for a Noctua GPU if it has Asus tax stamped on. Buying the cooler seperate and fitting it myself to a reference card? Then I'm interested.Quote

31-03-2022, 17:37:56

Still waiting for them to give in and just make an AIO cooler with their fans on it for the USA market. If they wanted to go the extra mile, they can create their own impeller and do a colab with Asetek.Quote

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