On 24th September of 2020, Palit launches the GeForce RTX 30 GameRock series.
The company already added the RTX 3090, RTX 3080, and RTX 3070 GameRock models on their official web site. We already saw the design before, but with the turn-off LEDs, we are going to see the first time.
This design of the diamond shroud is not by Swarovski, we also don’t know any information regarding any kind of collaboration from the designers of G.Skill desktop RAM named Trident Z Royal. This is a simple card with no similarities with other cards.
There are some changes in design between 3070/3080/3090 GPUs. The same triple fan and 2.7 slots design are available for all three RTX 30 Palit cards. There are three 8pin connectors provided for power supply. The exception is RTX 3070 with two 8pin connectors.
TDP of RTX 30 GameRock overclocked version
- The Palit RTX 3090 overclocked version has 420W TDP (+70W from reference specs).
- The Palit RTX 3080 overclocked version has 370W TDP (+50W from reference specs).
- The Palit RTX 3070 overclocked version has 270W TDP (+50W from reference specs).
This card has dual-BIOS. One is silent mode another is performance mode. It also has an ARGB lighting named Angel, an Aluminum Alloy Armor plate kit (die-casting), and an embossed heatsink.
We will share more about this Palit series from Palit. So stay tuned. For any queries, leave a comment below.
Footnotes: videocardz, PALIT launches GeForce RTX 30 GameRock series, with TDP up to 420W, 24th September 2020.