Asus and Noctua are jointly preparing additional graphics cards for connoisseurs

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The two teams have already worked together successfully on RTX 30 cards, so it’s no wonder that the order has arrived to continue. Let’s wait for more polished graphics of the new generation.

Asus and Noctua are said to be planning to introduce co-designed RTX 40 graphics cards at CES 2023. So, we can look forward to a maximum efficient and quiet cooler and some performance improvements from the guys from Asus. For now, not much is known about the cards or which fans will be used. Maybe the Noctua NF-A12x25 again, which are on top of the current Noctua/Asus editions. Due to the imminent release of the RTX 4070 Ti, we can be full of all the RTX 40 models. However, it will be interesting what kind of monolith Noctua will put on the RTX 4090.

Cards with Noctua coolers from the last generation had the only fault of arriving relatively late after the launch of the entire RTX 30 series. Even so, they got a good reputation because, in short, Noctua can produce a high quality and quiet cooler. So the release of joint Noctua / Asus cards so soon after the release of the RTX 40 series cards is a smart move. Of course, Asus will keep the top line Strix and the Noctua edition will be for those who want excellent performance and higher cooling.

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