ASUS Noctua Edition GeForce RTX 40 series graphics cards will be launched at CES 2023

ASUS is preparing to unveil its next generation GeForce RTX 40 Noctua Edition graphics cards at CES 2023.

ASUS prepares to release GeForce RTX 40 Noctua Edition graphics cards for CES 2023 Unveil

Chiphell’s editor-in-chief, nApoleon, reports that ASUS will unveil the next generation of graphics cards designed in collaboration with Noctua at CES 2023. While exact graphics cards aren’t mentioned, we’ll likely get either an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 or RTX 4080 or both during the event. It is also reported that Noctua and ASUS have further improved the design and will offer a more elegant and luxurious look along with much better cooling capabilities in ultra-silent operation.

During the previous generation, ASUS released two GeForce RTX 30 series graphics cards based on the new Noctua cooling design. These cards included the GeForce RTX 3080 and GeForce RTX 3070 Noctua Edition, both of which used a massive four-slot cooling solution and a pair of Noctua NF-A12x25 PWM fans. These fans are of the highest quality Noctua has to offer and come with low noise operation while providing exceptional cooling.

Now that quad-slot coolers are the norm with the release of NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 40 AIB cards, a Noctua cooler makes more sense than ever. It will be interesting to see if ASUS will use a dual-fan cooler like the current generation or a massive triple-fan cooler which will result in impressive temperatures. The card will also use a custom PCB design that will be equipped with 16-Pin 12VHPWR connectors. Now for the pricing, ASUS Noctua edition graphics cards are some of the most expensive AIB cards for the RTX 30 series and the same will be true with the RTX 40 series graphics cards.

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ASUS is expected to unveil the GeForce RTX 40 Noctua Edition cards at CES 2023 along with their specifications, so stay tuned for more information.

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