ASUS Dual GeForce RTX 4070 Super OC Edition Graphics Card (PCIe 4.0, 12GB GDDR6X, DLSS 3, HDMI 2.1, DisplayPort 1.4a, 2.56-Slot Design, Axial-tech Fan Design, Auto-Extreme…

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  • Powered by NVIDIA DLSS3, ultra-efficient Ada Lovelace arch, and full ray tracing
  • 4th Generation Tensor Cores: Up to 4x performance with DLSS 3 vs. brute-force rendering
  • 3rd Generation RT Cores: Up to 2x ray tracing performance
  • OC edition: Boost Clock 2550 MHz (OC Mode)/ 2520 MHz (Default Mode)
  • Axial-tech fan design features a smaller fan hub that facilitates longer blades and a barrier ring that increases downward air pressure
  • A 2.56-slot design maximizes compatibility and cooling efficiency for superior performance in small chassis
  • 0dB technology lets you enjoy light gaming in relative silence
  • Dual ball fan bearings can last up to twice as long as sleeve bearing designs
  • Auto-Extreme precision automated manufacturing for higher reliability
ASUS Dual GeForce RTX 4070 Super OC Edition Graphics Card (PCIe 4.0, 12GB GDDR6X, DLSS 3, HDMI 2.1, DisplayPort 1.4a, 2.56-Slot Design, Axial-tech Fan Design, Auto-Extreme…
ASUS Dual GeForce RTX 4070 Super OC Edition Graphics Card (PCIe 4.0, 12GB GDDR6X, DLSS 3, HDMI 2.1, DisplayPort 1.4a, 2.56-Slot Design, Axial-tech Fan Design, Auto-Extreme…


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Specification: ASUS Dual GeForce RTX 4070 Super OC Edition Graphics Card (PCIe 4.0, 12GB GDDR6X, DLSS 3, HDMI 2.1, DisplayPort 1.4a, 2.56-Slot Design, Axial-tech Fan Design, Auto-Extreme…

Max Screen Resolution

‎7680 x 4320 Pixels

Memory Speed

‎2550 MHz

Graphics Coprocessor


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Graphics Card Ram Size

‎12 GB





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Item Weight

‎2.1 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎10.51 x 5.27 x 0.04 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎10.51 x 5.27 x 0.04 inches




‎1 Lithium Ion batteries required.



Country of Origin


Date First Available

‎January 17, 2024

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10 reviews for ASUS Dual GeForce RTX 4070 Super OC Edition Graphics Card (PCIe 4.0, 12GB GDDR6X, DLSS 3, HDMI 2.1, DisplayPort 1.4a, 2.56-Slot Design, Axial-tech Fan Design, Auto-Extreme…

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  1. Ben G.

    If you want to use Ray Tracking and Frame gen, this is probably the card for it. It’s fairly “affordable.” It’s a bit more powerful than a 3080. I run everything at 3440×1440, and this is able to sustain around 100fps in almost every game at ultra settings. Sure, in Cyberpunk if you want Ray tracing and ultra, you’re going to need to turn on DLSS and Frame gen. But it works and still looks really nice.

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  2. Ian Griffin

    Everything works perfectly, I’ve had it for more than a week now and it works excellent for 1440p, settings on maximum with high fps. Temperatures are very good, at idle my temperatures are between 36c to 38c and under max load maximum 63c to 68c depending the game. My only complaint is that the 12VHPWR adapter that comes with it is pure garbage, no matter how much pressure and force I did, it never went in completely, attached I leave photos (The black one). I was forced to buy an alternative one from Corsair since my RMX 850 did not bring one. Bought one 12pvwhr 600w Premium PSU cable white, this one worked perfectly for me.

    Maybe it was just a defective adapter, I am not sure. I strongly suggest that you use a direct cable from the psu to the gpu without an adapter, avoid the 12pvwhr adapter that comes with the gpu.

    Overall, I am really happy with the purchase, high fps, no coil whine, good temperatures, build quality is nice, light gpu.

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  3. Jenny

    La verdad no existe actualmente mejor tarjeta que te ofrezca la potencia y calidad que te ofrece la 4070 super. En desempeño va muy igual que la 3080 super y esta su valor es mucho menor asi que la recomiendo ampliamente. Es bastante silenciosa y muy bien optimizada para los juegos que he probado. No duden en adquirirla

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  4. G_Badger

    The ASUS Dual GeForce RTX 4070 White OC Edition with 12GB GDDR6X is an absolute powerhouse! It delivers exceptional performance, whether you’re gaming, creating content, or tackling demanding tasks.

    The white color scheme adds a sleek and stylish touch to any build, making it a standout in terms of aesthetics. The cooling system is top-notch, keeping temperatures low even during intense gaming sessions, thanks to ASUS’s innovative design and technology.

    With 12GB of GDDR6X memory, this GPU handles high-resolution gaming and complex simulations with ease. The overclocking capabilities further boost performance, allowing for smooth and seamless gameplay at maximum settings.

    The build quality is excellent, as expected from ASUS. The card feels solid and durable, ensuring longevity and reliability for years to come. The included software tools make it easy to optimize performance and customize settings according to your preferences.

    In conclusion, the ASUS Dual GeForce RTX 4070 White OC Edition is a phenomenal graphics card that delivers exceptional performance, stunning aesthetics, and reliability. It’s a must-have for enthusiasts and professionals alike who demand the best from their hardware.

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  5. Uriah

    Great all around card, absolutely no issues on medium settings 3440×1440 Fortnite. I got this card for around the same money as a 3070 in mid-2022. In fact, this 4070 is a lot cheaper then. Speaking of the 3070, I upgraded my GPU from the 3070. Noticeable improvements and greater stability than my 3070. It does get slightly loud when playing graphic intensive games, but it isn’t deafening! The style will look great in any build and will perform extremely well for 1440p and/or 1080p. Temps aren’t bad either, when playing GTA V or Fortnite, it gets warm at around 51C-53C consistently it rarely gets higher than 55C.

    In conclusion, this is a good value despite others saying it isn’t. It truly depends on what your coming from. From a 10-series or 20-series it is definitely a great card to future-proof your PC for years. And it shouldn’t break your bank!

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  6. Motocruzer

    Coming from an RTX 3060 Ti to an RTX 4070 Super is night and day in terms of performance. It’s a smaller card, but beefier in terms of performance, and somehow cool and quiet. According to Passmark video card benchmarks, it achieves a slightly higher score than the much more expensive RTX 3090 Ti, considering the RTX 4070 Super comes at a fraction of the cost, its price-to-performance ratio is nothing short of outstanding. Straightforward install. Seamless plug-and-play. A quantum leap in performance, and the price makes it all the more worth it. Looking forward to many years of making the most out of this incredible piece of technology!

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  7. Uriah

    I purchased this card mainly for Photoshop, ACR, and DaVinci Resolve Studio to drive an HDR desktop at 2160p. The experience has been spectacular. The timeline edits and playback are smooth and editing productivity is increased. The rendering performance is amazing with 2160p rendering at 1/2 runtime. Also, it supports AV1 encode which is a great option for file size and the ability to deliver HDR. Photoshop and ACR are very responsive. NV Studio driver is very stable. The card is very quiet and power efficient.

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  8. Ian Griffin

    Very impressed with the upgrade from a 3060Ti

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  9. Jordan Santana

    If you’re looking at these reviews, chances are that you’re uncertain which GPU is best for you. In my case I looked at the 7800xt, 7900xt, 4070, 4070ti, and 4070ti SUPER, but I decided on the 4070 Super. I purchased it for 609.99, and I wouldn’t pay any more for this card.

    There is no perfect option for you if price is a consideration. If money is of little consequence, buy the 7900xtx or 4080 SUPER and move on with your life. If money, or overspending, is an issue, then what GPU you purchase depends on your preference and what gaming experience you’re expecting.

    – The 4070 needs to be at $500, and 4070ti at $650 for those cards to be worth buying. Right now they are not competitively priced compared to the other 4 options.
    – The 7800xt is priced well at $480-500, has 16GB of VRAM, and performs 5-10% less compared 4070S, Overall it is a good value card if you’re into AMD, and it could suit a lot of mid range builds quite well. Despite those factors, it just wasn’t compelling enough for me to switch to AMD.
    – I see the 4070ti Super as a gimmick to please the people pleading for 16GB’s VRAM. Nvidia’s plan for the 4070ti/4080 12gb release was botched and it seems like they scrambled to make this card fit in the current market. It’s not really a 4k card, and performs about 15-20% better than the 4070S in 1440p, but that doesn’t doesn’t justify a 33% price increase. I would have bought that card if it was $700. Im glad I didn’t buy it because I would rather wait for Nvidia’s 5000/6000 lineup to see if they come out with actual planned mid range competitive 16-20GB cards.
    – The 7900xt is a great price around $720, and probably the card you should buy if you are willing to go with AMD and want something in the high end.

    Preference and Bias:
    My problem is that I have a bias towards Nvidia. I’ve had three generations of good performance from them, and I bet some of you do as well. With the amount of money Nvidia is investing in AI I believe DLSS and upscaling will be a big part of GPU strategy for the next couple of generations. Obviously time will tell, but if features like that can provide a premium gaming experience that rivals GPU’s 2x the price, it kind of changes the game. Latency is the biggest drawback for frame gen right now, but what if it was reduced to barely noticeable levels? I mean the point of games for most people is to unplug and have fun, and I think DLSS can really help people do that. I used FSR 2.0 on my 1080ti and it really helped me buy time on modern games so I could wait a little longer to get a new GPU. It’s possible that DLSS can push my 4070S performance an extra year and allow my money stretch that much further.
    My second bias is my perspective of AMD. I think AMD dropped the ball this generation and could have done a better job enticing Nvidia users with their marketing and initial pricing in early 2023. Every company is out to make a profit, sure, but AMD needs to build up their credibility through pricing like we see in the 7800xt, and their initial pricing hurt their credibility. I’m not expecting AMD to be the savior of this industries pricing, but users should be able to look at their GPU’s and believe they are paying for a premium product. I honestly don’t feel that way about AMD GPU’s, but I would love to be wrong.

    I upgraded from a 1080ti. I play 5-10 hours a week on a 1440p 144hz monitor and my 1080ti was way past it’s prime. This 4070 SUPER can achieve 144fps+ on the games I play, without DLSS, on high – ultra settings. I don’t play the most demanding games, and probably won’t. I play things like: Darktide, Halo Infinite, BF2042, Dead space remake, and much older games.

    ****I will say that DLSS really smooths out the frames for me in newer games, and I honestly appreciate turning it on quality in games I get 100+ FPS native. I have more issues with game server lag and my Xfinity internet than I do with DLSS and frame gen latency. But keep in mind that I have a small pool of games.****

    Anyways, my PC gaming experience over the last 10 years of tells me I have 3-4 years of great gaming FPS ahead on this GPU. I play the same games for 2-3 years anyways, so my hardware needs won’t go up for at least that long. There is also no such thing as future proofing, so I know I’m going to need a new GPU in less than 5 years if I want good performance on 1440p. I just ask myself “why spend more money than I need to, when I can buy something that will be good enough for what I need for the next 3-5 years”.

    Build Notes:
    This Asus dual is a compact size, and the cooler is surprisingly efficient. I push 242W on my overclock, and in my toughest stress tests reach 58-62 C. For my current build I paired the 4070S with a 13700KF on 32gb DDR5 and it’s great. I’m sure it could be paired with a 13600K or a 7700x and be just as good. The upgrade from the Pascal generation is very significant, and I’m pleased so far. Honestly ray tracing doesn’t blow me away…it depends on the game, but this card performs very well with RT enabled and DLSS/frame gen on. It OC’s very well and is quieter than my 3 fan EVGA 1080ti. My gaming temps @80% fan speed are around 58 F.

    If you’re considering buying the 4070 SUPER, I encourage you to be honest with yourself about what you need. Don’t just buy something because you can get up sold, buy it because it does what you need it to do and be content with that. In the words of Qui-Gon Jin “there is always a bigger fish”.

    Personally, I was torn on spending $800 on the TIE SUPER, but I decided against it because I can pay $600 to enjoy the games I play. I just can’t rationalize the purchase with Nvidia’s pricing this generation. I am married, I spend a lot of time on hobbies outside of my computer, and although $200 extra isn’t breaking the bank, it’s no compelling.

    My advice:
    I bought the top of the line card in 2018 for $756, and it was a great card for 4-5 years. Spend what you can comfortably spend, and be content with your purchase. The only person that cares about your PC is you. As PC enthusiasts we need to be comfortable with a 3-5 year GPU shelf life regardless of spending $1000 or $600 on a GPU.

    Cheers, good luck 👍🏼

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  10. Jordan Santana

    I’m pairing this GPU with a Ryzen 7 7800X3D and it absolutely crushes 1440p gaming on high to max settings. It looks super clean and appealing with a really nice form factor that makes it light and easy to set up with most cases out there. It’s also very efficient in power and has no coil whine whatsoever. Temperature is excellent and is really hard to get the fans to really ramp up due to a good cooling solution especially for its size which is pretty impressive. Overall this is an excellent card and for the price it was worth every penny

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