Image Credit – Galax
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Blower cards are, thankfully, not dead. Galax is launching a RTX 4070 Super and RTX 4070 Ti Super. Both have the same dimensions of 267mm x 111mm x 40mm which should be quite welcome to SFF enthusiasts using cases designed in the era of blower cards such as the Dan Case A4-SFX, Louqe Ghost S1, and original NCASE M1. One catch is that while the GTX 1080 blower wasn’t loud, it was only pushing 180 watts of power. The RTX 4070 Super is 220 watts, and the RTX 4070 Ti Super is 285 watts. As such, I would expect louder fan noise due to the heat.
Both cards use 12VHPWR power connector...

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Spatial Philosopher
Jul 7, 2017
Very cool to still have the option. My Inno3d 4070 Ti while undervolted only draws 165W so I think with and undervolt you should be able to run these cards at a more reasonable noise level.
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