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ASUS says this is the world’s quietest RTX 4080

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The RTX 4080 is a great card, but it’s also an absolute unit. It needs a lot of cooling and can make your PC sound like a plane taking off when you put it on the buzzer. Fortunately, ASUS just released what it calls the world’s quietest RTX 4080, although it’s not particularly pretty.

ASUS just released an RTX 4080 GPU made in collaboration with Noctua, a company you might know for its effective, if ugly, air cooling solutions and fans. The Noctua RTX 4080 is equipped with two Noctua 120mm fans in their traditional ugly beige-brown color and a massive heatsink with a custom-built vapor chamber. These fans, along with increased volume, a vapor chamber, and additional efforts by engineers to tune the card’s acoustic profile, are why ASUS says this is one of the quietest cards around.

This is not the first time ASUS has collaborated with Noctua on such a GPU. Previously, both companies have released an RTX 3070 and an RTX 3080 with this exact setup. Reviewers raved about those cards when they came out, so we’ll have to see if the same happens with this card. For the rest, this is the same RTX 4080 that we have known in recent months, equipped with 16 GB of VRAM and 9728 CUDA cores.

ASUS also announced its own SKUs of NVIDIA’s just-announced RTX 4070 Ti GPU. The card will come in two different flavors from ASUS, including a ROG Strix card with lots of RGB and incredible airflow and a TUF card with an industrial design and military-grade capacitors. You really can’t go wrong with either option, as ASUS makes some of the best graphics cards available on the market, and these will be no different.

These two cards, as well as the Noctua RTX 4080, will be available in the coming weeks, so keep an eye on your preferred dealer.

Source: ASUS (1, 2)

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