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    Re: Asus x Noctua graphics card images shared by Asus Vietnam

    well I am not going to look into my PC, it is on the floor anyway... yes it has a window you can look into, but it is on the floor. it would be in the way on any table I would place my PC on... I need room for my screens... also noise reduction, for it being away...

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    Re: Asus x Noctua graphics card images shared by Asus Vietnam

    Bit disappointed as it seem like a standard Asus 3070 TUF with a shroud/fan swap for an extra £150, you could probably zip-tie two NF-A12x25 to a standard Asus 3070 TUF and save yourself £100.

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    It's not surprising - de-shrouding your card is becoming a thing and Noctuas are the most popular choice for epic cooling and quiet operation.

    I like the Noctua colour scheme, but the A12x25 Chromax fans are due out any time now - kinda surprised they didn't wait for them.
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    Re: Asus x Noctua graphics card images shared by Asus Vietnam

    £850... :/

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    Re: Asus x Noctua graphics card images shared by Asus Vietnam

    Do I like the colours? No. Probably the naffest colour scheme I've seen yet. Except for cases lit up like Christmas Trees with RGB of course.

    But do I care about the colours? Not liking cases with windowed sides has it's advantages. So .... nope.


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    Re: Asus x Noctua graphics card images shared by Asus Vietnam

    I wonder if they have designed the heatsink and not just added the fans to a stock 3070?
    That price tho :S

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    Re: Asus x Noctua graphics card images shared by Asus Vietnam

    Email from Jakob from Noctua:

    Measured side by side, the improvements of the Noctua Edition are substantial with a massive reduction in noise levels of 15dB(A) at medium fan speeds and 9dB(A) at maximum fan speeds. When used in cases with good ventilation and at moderate ambient temperatures of 24°C or lower, the card will keep its fans at very low speeds even at 100% GPU load. In such a typical setting, the Noctua Edition achieves a reduction in noise levels of 5.7dB(A) as compared to the standard version. Registering at only 12.6dB(A), it is not only quiet but near inaudible. This enables customers with well-ventilated cases and moderate ambient temperatures to play games or run other GPU intensive tasks in almost complete silence.

    Sounds very intresting but still can't get over that price.

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    Re: Asus x Noctua graphics card images shared by Asus Vietnam

    Quote Originally Posted by Rubarb View Post
    Sounds very intresting but still can't get over that price.
    Which brings me back to "I wonder if I can 3d print a shroud for that".

    There are a few gpu shrouds on Thingyverse, but nothing I would use. One looks like it is trying to be a plenum, but by someone who doesn't understand how plenums work so I suspect there would be a big dead spot at the back of the card starved of airflow.

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    Re: Asus x Noctua graphics card images shared by Asus Vietnam

    And shortly after my last post, this turns up on my phone's news feed, an Asus RTX 3060 dual Noctua fan conversion using a 3D printer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rJDWBE1hBEs

    He glosses over how the fans were plugged in, I presume the GPU doesn't have case fan headers. I assume the old fan cables could be hacked up for that.

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    Re: Asus x Noctua graphics card images shared by Asus Vietnam

    Quote Originally Posted by ShreddedWheat View Post
    Is it a 4 slot card then, the cooler is very tall.
    its officially a 4.3-slot card.

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    Re: Asus x Noctua graphics card images shared by Asus Vietnam

    Quote Originally Posted by faaaaq View Post
    its officially a 4.3-slot card.
    So what cards can I fit in 0.7 of a slot?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corky34 View Post
    Bit disappointed as it seem like a standard Asus 3070 TUF with a shroud/fan swap for an extra £150, you could probably zip-tie two NF-A12x25 to a standard Asus 3070 TUF and save yourself £100.
    Wanted to correct myself as going on a recent der8auer video they have changed the heatsink, only slightly but still.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spreadie View Post
    I like the the Noctua colour scheme, but the A12x25 Chromax fans are due out any time now - kinda surprised they didn't wait for them.
    ...and here they are:



    https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B09C6DQDNT?tag=noctua0f-21

    Quote Originally Posted by DanceswithUnix View Post
    So what cards can I fit in 0.7 of a slot?
    It probably aimed at the vast majority of pc gamers, who have chosen a full ATX case and only ever populate one slot on their motherboard.

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    Re: Asus x Noctua graphics card images shared by Asus Vietnam

    Quote Originally Posted by Spreadie View Post
    It probably aimed at the vast majority of pc gamers, who have chosen a full ATX case and only ever populate one slot on their motherboard.
    Oh totally, but I just find the fraction of a slot thing odd and unhelpful. GPUs are wide, and often require the next slot to be empty to get enough air in.

    Give how many mm across it is, and that it required 5 slots. That's quite valid, and I could probably make that work at home

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