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Unlock Gaming Secrets: ZOTAC’s New RTX 4070 SUPER Graphics Cards Revealed!

Secretive glimpses have emerged of ZOTAC's highly awaited GeForce RTX 4070 SUPER custom graphics cards,...

Unlock Gaming Secrets: ZOTAC’s New RTX 4070 SUPER Graphics Cards Revealed!

Secretive glimpses have emerged of ZOTAC’s highly awaited GeForce RTX 4070 SUPER custom graphics cards, thanks to the watchful folks at Videocardz. These leaked images reveal three special models: the GeForce RTX 4070 SUPER Trinity Black Edition, the Twin Edge OC, and the Twin Edge. Each model brings its own unique features for gaming enthusiasts.

The Trinity Black Edition stands out with its powerful triple-fan cooling system, showing that ZOTAC is really focused on keeping things cool. On the other hand, the Twin Edge OC and Twin Edge models have a smaller dual-fan design, perfect for those who want a strong graphics card without taking up too much space. The Twin Edge cards are slim, fitting into just two slots, while the Trinity model is a bit wider, using 2.2 slots.

Inside the mysterious graphics card, the RTX 4070 SUPER is all set to give gamers an amazing experience. It’s expected to have either the AD104-350 or AD103-175 GPU SKU (PG141 SKU 335), featuring a whopping 7,168 cores across both versions. With a large 48 MB of L2 cache, the card aims to handle demanding games and graphics tasks. Staying true to its roots, the RTX 4070 SUPER will have 12 GB of GDDR6X memory using a 192-bit bus interface.

A big change comes in the form of the 12V-2×6 power connectors, a secret weapon causing a lot of buzz. ZOTAC is moving away from the usual 8-pin connectors seen in older designs. This shift follows the industry trend and makes sure the graphics card can handle the growing power needs of high-performance cards. Switching to 12V-2×6 power connectors is a major upgrade that improves power delivery and efficiency.

Looks-wise, all three models have a cool matte black look with updated styles, along with a custom PCB design and a backplate. Including standard HDMI 2.1 and DP 1.4 display outputs shows ZOTAC is making sure these graphics cards connect easily to modern displays.

Even though the price is still a mystery, gamers can expect an official reveal by NVIDIA and its partners on January 8th. After that, these custom graphics cards should hit the shelves soon. The leak has created a lot of excitement, with gamers looking forward to seeing how well these cards perform and what reviewers have to say.

The move to triple and dual-fan designs, along with the switch to 12V-2×6 power connectors, suggests that ZOTAC wants to find the right balance between keeping things cool and making the graphics card powerful. As gaming changes, graphics card makers are always trying new things to meet the needs of gamers.

Since we don’t know the official price yet, people are talking a lot online about what these graphics cards might cost and what they think about the design and features shown in the leaked images. As we get closer to the official release, the gaming community is eagerly waiting to see and experience the ZOTAC GeForce RTX 4070 SUPER graphics cards for themselves.

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