Thursday, November 30th 2017

MSI Intros GeForce RTX 2070 Ventus Graphics Card

MSI today introduced the GeForce RTX 2070 Ventus graphics card, part of its new Ventus sub-brand that succeeds its Armor series in the high-end segment. With a length of 22.6 cm and 12.8 cm height, the RTX 2070 Ventus is more compact than other custom-design RTX 2070 cards from the company. Its USP is that it draws power from a single 8-pin PCIe power connector, much like the Founders Edition card.

A dense aluminium fin-stack heatsink, with heat-pipe direct-touch base, cools the GPU, which is ventilated by two 100 mm TorX 2 fans. The heatsink features four 6 mm-thick nickel-plated copper heat pipes. The card sticks to NVIDIA reference clock speeds of 1620 MHz boost and 14 GHz (GDDR6-effective) memory. MSI is expected to price this card halfway between its cheapest RTX 2070 Aero and RTX 2070 Armor.
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9 Comments on MSI Intros GeForce RTX 2070 Ventus Graphics Card

#1
oldtimenoob
Is this a TU106-400A or the TU106-400 die?
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btarunr
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oldtimenoob said:
Is this a TU106-400A or the TU106-400 die?
Good question. Since it's stock-clock, it could be non-A. The chip is still overclockable. But then it's unlikely this card is sold at NVIDIA SEP, so could be 400A.
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#3
Fabio
2070 Ventus Intestinalis
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#4
kastriot
How much dollartus/eurotus for this card?
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#5
Fabio
kastriot said:
How much dollartus/eurotus for this card?
at least 600. Stick with my same-perf 1080 card
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#6
bajs11
where I live the difference between the Palit or Gainward RTX 2070 and asus 2070 strix is OVER 200 usd!
the strix at 770 usd which is very close to the cheapest 2080...
and April is still four months away
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#7
Joss
Two 100mm fans on a 22.6 cm long card is something I'd like to see more often; instead of those 3 fan monstrosities.
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#8
Turmania
There is as well an OC version of this card from their Webpage with same power limit and size 1710 mhz boost.honestly I like the look of this card and it's size.being a dual slot design that does not take up 3 slots is a major plus for us mini itx case users.good job MSI.
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#9
jabbadap
Uhm is this with the same pcb as upcoming rtx2070 aero itx?
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