Partner manufacturers’ graphics cards based on Nvidia’s Geforce RTX series continue to flow onto the market without any halt. The choices are now almost ridiculously large, with some opting for stripped-down models without lasting factory overclocking or porky cooling solutions while others go all in with both heavily inflated frequencies and mammoth cool packages.
Today’s participants in SweClocker’s test lab belong to the latter category of cards in the form of Zotac’s Geforce RTX 2070 AMP Extreme. This model offers a hand-picked graphics processor with proper factory overclocking made of cardboard, but also a sturdy cooling solution which, according to statements, should keep both temperatures and sound level in check. The question, however, is whether the card’s advantages outweigh the price.