Recently, Asus announced the launch of the GeForce RTX 3070 Noctua Edition with the heatsink manufacturer Noctua. This is the first graphics card to use the Noctua cooling fan and the Noctua custom heatsink, making it the quietest in its class. If the user wants the graphics card to provide sufficient performance and have a quiet operating environment, I believe this product is a good choice.
ASUS GeForce RTX 3070 Noctua Edition uses a huge custom radiator with a thickness of 4 slots, embeds two Noctua cooling fans (NF-A12x25), and is equipped with a back panel, however, the graphics card has not added the popular RGB lighting effects. The radiator is the standard color of the Noctua, beige and brown, with the words “GeForce RTX” and “ASUS X Noctua” on it. It is equipped with three DisplayPort ports and two HDMI ports and is equipped with two 8Pin external power supply ports.
This graphics card has a semi-passive fan control setting (ASUS 0dB fan technology), as long as the GPU temperature is lower than 50°C, the cooling fan will stop completely. This means that in a well-ventilated or relatively low environment, the graphics card can get rid of fan noise in low workloads. If the ambient temperature in the user host is not high, the cooling fan will also maintain a relatively low speed.