ZOTAC RTX 3070 Ti AMP Extreme Holo Review
Whilst it definitely isn’t a case of us saying woe is us, because we’re aware we are in a very privileged position getting stuff before launch or whenever one becomes available, but getting hold of RTX 3070 Tis for review has been an absolute mission.
We’re unhesitatingly pleased that the cards are, roughly, equal in performance so as long as we know how one performs we can be fairly sure how the others will, but to only have tested two of the latest Nvidia offering is surprising.
Thankfully Zotac have appeared with their RTX 3070 Ti AMP Extreme Holo, a card which we’ve seen the design of before when we reviewed the RTX 3080 Ti version not that long ago. Then it was a card with great looks and a handy pile of performance so hopes are high that the RTX 3070 Ti will be similarly capable. Zotac have been making cards for as long as we care to remember, and whilst they might not always be the company that you first think of, their range has a model for all budgets and performance requirements.
The AMP Holo is very much at their upper end of cards, boasting their three fan design, factory overclocks and some bold lighting. Without further ado, let’s get down to looking at it in the flesh and then bringing you our performance benchmarks.