Noctua x ASUS Variants of the RTX 40 Lineup to be Unveiled at CES 2023

At CES 2023, ASUS plans to introduce its upcoming GeForce RTX 40 Noctua Edition graphics cards. According to nApoleon, the head editor of Chiphell, ASUS will introduce its next-generation graphics cards built in collaboration with Noctua at CES 2023. Even though the specific graphics cards aren’t named, it’s probable that we’ll either get the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090, the RTX 4080 or both during the event.

It is also said that Noctua and ASUS have improved the design further and will provide a more slim and elegant appearance in addition to much greater cooling capabilities at amazingly quiet functioning. ASUS introduced two GeForce RTX 30 series graphics cards based on the innovative Noctua cooling technology during the previous generation.

These cards featured the GeForce RTX 3080 and GeForce RTX 3070 Noctua Edition graphics cards, each of which used a substantial quad-slot cooling setup and two Noctua NF-A12x25 PWM Fans. These Noctua fans are among the best available since they operate quietly while providing excellent cooling.

Top-down look of the ASUS x Noctua RTX 3070

With the introduction of NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 40 AIB cards, quad-slot coolers have become widespread, therefore a Noctua cooler is now more necessary than ever. It will be fascinating to see whether ASUS chooses a dual-fan cooler like the one used in the current generation or a triple-fan cooler that is much more powerful and will produce some incredible temperatures. The card will also make use of a unique PCB layout that has 16-Pin 12VHPWR connections. When it comes to price, ASUS’s Noctua edition graphics cards are among the priciest AIB cards for the RTX 30 series, and the same would be true for the RTX 40 series graphics cards.

Keep checking back for additional details as ASUS is anticipated to announce the GeForce RTX 40 Noctua Edition cards at CES 2023 along with their specs. 


Muhammad Zuhair

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