ASUS GeForce GTX 1070 STRIX Gaming review

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During our testing we noticed the card hovering just over the 175 Watts range for power consumption, under full load/stress that is. That is slightly higher compared to reference values, yet in reality is due to the factory overclock and all the lovely extras. The new cooler features 4 copper composite heat-pipes, special fin architecture and a rather unique blade fan design. Up-to a GPU temperature of 60 Degrees C the fans do not spin. The fans (Blade) used are a new revision and should also offer a bit more airflow. ASUS will try to force as much performance out of the cards at a maximum cooling threshold of give or take 70 Degrees C for this graphics card.


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The GeForce GTX 1070 is roughly 11.8 inches in length which is 30 cm so it should fit comfortably in pretty much any decent chassis. Precise measurements btw are 11.73 " x 5.28 " x 1.57 " Inch / 29.8 x 13.4 x4 Centimeter. It is one of the longer cards we have seen.
  

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The GPU empowering the product is called the A1 revision of the GP104-200 GPU. For those that wonder, the board is equipped with Samsung GDDR5 memory ICs. An actual 8+2 phase power supply is responsible for supplying the GP104-200 GPU and that GDDR5 memory with power. Try to imagine the product on a nice dark motherboard / chassis. 
  


  

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So that top and rear logo + fan side LEDs would be the configurable AURA RGB LED functionality. You can choose any color and a few animations as well (breeze/flash/random/static/etc). Above an example of the RGB LED configuration with the Aura software.

 

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RGB LEDs are a bit of a trend and like everybody ASUS is following. This is a nice implementation though not everybody likes LEDs? So of course, you can also turn them off as well. I do think that is a terrific looking product with the accents and all matte black + that RGB coloring of your personal preference does work wonders in a color toned PC.

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