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Gigabyte GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER WINDFORCE OC 3 fan 8GB Graphics Card £420.75 Delivered @ CCL eBay
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Gigabyte GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER WINDFORCE OC 3 fan 8GB Graphics Card £420.75 Delivered @ CCL eBay

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Posted 3rd Feb

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Very good card for the price, the white version is also priced reasonably at £425.89 if that interests anybody: ebay.co.uk/itm…df5


3400166.jpgWINDFORCE 3X COOLING SYSTEM

The WINDFORCE 3X cooling system features 3x 82mm unique blade fans, alternate spinning fan, 5 composite copper heat pipes, heat-pipe direct touch and 3D active fan functionality, together delivering an effective heat dissipation capacity for higher performance at lower temperatures.

ALTERNATE SPINNING

The GIGABYTE “Alternate Spinning” is the only solution that can solve the turbulent airflow of three fans. The biggest problem with the three fans is turbulence. Since the fans rotate in the same direction, the airflow direction is opposite between the fans, which will cause turbulent airflow and reduce heat dissipation efficiency. GIGABYTE turns the middle fan in the opposite direction, so that the airflow direction between the two fans is the same, reducing the turbulence and enhancing the airflow pressure.

UNIQUE BLADE FAN

The airflow is spilt by the triangular fan edge, and guided smoothly through the 3D stripe curve on the fan surface, effectively enhancing the airflow.

3D ACTIVE FAN

The 3D Active Fan provides semi-passive cooling, and the fans will remain off when the GPU is in a low load or low power game. It allows gamers to enjoy gameplay in complete silence when the system is running light or idle.

HEAT PIPES DIRECT TOUCH

The shape of the pure copper heat pipe maximizes the direct contact area with the GPU, enhancing heat transfer. The heat pipe also covers the VRAM through a large metal plate contact to ensure proper cooling.

COMPOSITE HEAT-PIPE

The composite heat-pipe combines thermal conductivity and phase transition to efficiently manage the heat transfer between two solid interfaces which increases cooling capacity.

BUILT STRONG

Extreme durability and overclocking

The graphics card uses the better power phases design to allow the MOSFET to operate at lower temperature, and over-temperature protection design and load balancing for each MOSFET, plus the Ultra Durable certified chokes and capacitors, to provide excellent performance and longer system life.

Protection Metal Back Plate

The metal back plate not only provides an aesthetical shape, but also enhances the structure of the graphics card to provide complete protection.

NVIDIA NVLink™ Support

Support for NVIDIA NVLink™ (NVIDIA SLI) technology, which combines 2 identical GPUs with an GeForce RTX NVLink Bridge to deliver the ultimate experience in 4K gaming or VR gaming. You can also adjust the light effect on the bridge with the AORUS Engine.

Main Features
  • Powered by GeForce® RTX 2070 SUPER™
  • Integrated with 8GB GDDR6 256-bit memory interface
  • WINDFORCE 3X Cooling System with alternate spinning fans
  • Extreme Durability and Overclocking
  • Protection Metal Back Plate
  • 1785 MHz (Reference Card: 1770 MHz)
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Great price, heat added.
Good price but 420 will get you a much better card if you wait for thr 3000 series later this year.... never buy old tech on the verge of new stuff being released
Weehamish03/02/2020 13:31

Good price but 420 will get you a much better card if you wait for thr …Good price but 420 will get you a much better card if you wait for thr 3000 series later this year.... never buy old tech on the verge of new stuff being released


Man this is just wrong information, it's hardly older tech and Ampere hasn't got a release date. The closest thing to a release date is Q3 2020. At the minute it is looking like 25% increase in performance but paying the usual £600 or so on release.
Edited by: "tony_dudz" 3rd Feb
tony_dudz03/02/2020 16:42

Man this is just wrong information, it's hardly older tech and Ampere …Man this is just wrong information, it's hardly older tech and Ampere hasn't got a release date. The closest thing to a release date is Q3 2020. At the minute it is looking like 25% increase in performance but paying the usual £600 or so on release.


Wrong again... the 3070 will be around 400-450... be quiet you know nothing.
Weehamish03/02/2020 18:35

Wrong again... the 3070 will be around 400-450... be quiet you know …Wrong again... the 3070 will be around 400-450... be quiet you know nothing.



Sure it will ...
Fly_agaric03/02/2020 19:41

Sure it will ...


since when has has it ever been more? when it is slap yourself in the face
Weehamish03/02/2020 18:35

Wrong again... the 3070 will be around 400-450... be quiet you know …Wrong again... the 3070 will be around 400-450... be quiet you know nothing.



By this Logic then the the price will always be the same regardless of what generation. Remember the 980Ti retailed at £550, then the 1080ti came out and retailed at £699 then the 2080ti comes out and regards retails at £1200.

Also, the only evidence of any crazy performance boost is on the RTX cores which will mean little to most gamers for the time being. I don't know where you are pulling your figures out of but if you can try to argue your point a bit better then people would tend to try and see the argument from your perspective.
Weehamish03/02/2020 22:15

since when has has it ever been more? when it is slap yourself in the face



And when it isn't just bang your head against the wall. Don't forget to start running in wall's direction before that.
Weehamish03/02/2020 18:35

Wrong again... the 3070 will be around 400-450... be quiet you know …Wrong again... the 3070 will be around 400-450... be quiet you know nothing.



You have zero info on how much any card will be. It will be dictated by the wafer costs and then competition. The nvidia gfx product stack is a mess.

Timing wise, will also be up in the air, again down to supply and wafer issues.The only people who have a clue is Nvidia. If you want to see how supply causes issues, look at the 3900x and 3950x being in short supply (with the 3950x being delayed).

Intel and Nvidia fudge the most with benchmarks with amd in 3rd.
Weehamish04/02/2020 13:08

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LOL, Ok man. So 1 or 2 generations mean that it will always be the same price then? You do understand that it comes down to resources and supplies. If you would just calm down you would begin to understand. If AMD don't produce anything relative (performance wise) then the price could go up. If BIG Navi does produce good results then the price will go down. All i'm saying is that you can spout random assumptions as facts. Like you have multiple times in this thread.
tony_dudz04/02/2020 13:49

LOL, Ok man. So 1 or 2 generations mean that it will always be the same …LOL, Ok man. So 1 or 2 generations mean that it will always be the same price then? You do understand that it comes down to resources and supplies. If you would just calm down you would begin to understand. If AMD don't produce anything relative (performance wise) then the price could go up. If BIG Navi does produce good results then the price will go down. All i'm saying is that you can spout random assumptions as facts. Like you have multiple times in this thread.


No i go off basic common knowledge.. when in history has the 70 model EVER jumped 200 quid in a year? use your miniscule brain before spouting turd everywhere
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