The Ultimate Cooling Solution for Nvidia RTX 30 Series GPU
Get a first look of the brand new GIGABYTE AORUS GeForce RTX 30 Series graphics cards, featuring MAX-Covered Cooling!
Here come the AORUS RTX 30 MAX-Covered Cooling Launch Event Highlights!
There are several things you need to check before buying RTX 30 series.
Today we are taking a closer look at the thermal performance of MAX-Covered Cooling on the latest AORUS GeForce RTX 30 series graphics cards.
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Game without limits, enable RTX Raytracing and hit untold framrates on high resolution with MAX settings. All thanks to the MAX-Covered Cooling on AORUS RTX 30 Series graphics cards.
Cut rendering times for video or 3D workloads all down to the MAX-Covered Cooling on AORUS RTX 30 Series graphics cards.
100% Airflow Coverage of The Heatsink.
Improved Air Intake From Fan Edges.
Eliminates Air Turbulence Between Fans.
The pinnacle in thermal engineering from Team AORUS. By stacking the side fans above the middle fan, The Stack Fan minimize the airflow dead zone that was found in the conventional GPU cooling design and guarantees 100% airflow coverage of the heat sink. Peak thermal efficiency for MAX GPU performance.
Our exclusive static fan blades attached to the fan module of AORUS RTX 30 series graphic cards. The blades are designed to channel the airflow to cover the full extent of the heat sink for significantly improved thermal efficiency.
Alternate Spinning on our fans is designed to eliminate any turbulence by having the central fan module spinning in an alternative direction to the adjecent fans, air turbulance can be significantly reduced while maintaining air pressure against the cooling area.
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Besides excellent cooling and superior performance, LCD Edge View is another spotlight of AORUS RTX 30 series graphics cards. LCD Edge View is a small LCD located on the top of the graphics card. What could users do with this small LCD? Let’s find it out.
It used to be that you just purchased a new GPU and then installed it into your gaming rig and off you went, but now there are a couple of installation methods available to you. Now, you can install your GPU vertically or horizontally.
You right in the heat of battle of your favorite online game, you have your enemy in your sites and your about to pull the trigger, all of a sudden, your FPS drops and the lag sets in. By the time the smoke clears and your FPS regains itself you find that you have been defeated, all because your graphics card got a little too toasty and started chugging along.
"NVIDIA has launched the new RTX 3080 Ti & 3070 Ti GPU which is now available in the market.
You’re probably looking for a new graphics card for 3D rendering or the newest titles. The biggest question persists: How do we find the ideal graphics card for your needs?"
You may have known that the latest generation of NVIDIA RTX graphics cards have been announced and there’s only one week or so left until launch and you’re probably now taking a look at those graphics cards to decide which one you should go for once it’s available.
"Is it out of stock?" is probably the question most people will ask if they are going to buy an RTX 30 series graphics card. Though it has been already confirmed by Jensen Huang, the CEO of NVIDIA that the shortage of stock won't get improved until 2021, things are now as you may have a greater chance of grabbing one in the market. However, whether you are getting one right now, or you plan to get one in the near future, there are several things you need to check before buying one.
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