Japanese PC manufacturer launches new Noctua custom graphics card – RTX 4070 Ti Silent Master

Recently, the Japanese PC manufacturer Sycom, in collaboration with Noctua and Nagao, launched a graphics card product akin to the Asus Noctua Edition, dubbed the “RTX 4070/4060Ti Silent Master”. This line offers options including the RTX 4070, RTX 4060 Ti 8GB, and RTX 4060 Ti 16GB.

Sycom has now introduced a new custom graphics card, the “RTX 4070 Ti Silent Master,” which is positioned as a more premium offering than its predecessors. Diverging slightly from Asus’s use of the owl standard color scheme (beige combined with brown), Sycom has partnered with Nagao to develop a custom, sleek, and sturdy black frame. This frame accommodates two Noctua fans, effectively suppressing fan resonance and minimizing physical interference inside the PC.

The RTX 4070 Ti Silent Master has overall dimensions of 315 x 77 x 145 mm, with a thickness of 3.8 slots. It is equipped with a 16Pin 12VHPWR power interface; the base frequency is 2310 MHz, with a boost frequency of 2610 MHz. It features 12GB of GDDR6X memory, with a 192-bit width and a rate of 21 Gbps, resulting in a memory bandwidth of 504 GB/s. The card includes a metal backplate to prevent PCB deformation and enhance heat dissipation. It is equipped with two 120mm NF-A12x25 PWM fans, with a speed of 2000 RPM and a maximum noise level of 22.6 decibels, supporting fan stoppage under low load. The card also features six 6mm copper heat pipes and comes standard with a graphics card support bracket. Display outputs include three DisplayPort interfaces and one HDMI interface.

Sycom has not yet provided pricing and release information for the RTX 4070 Ti Silent Master graphics card, nor is it clear whether it will be sold in overseas markets.