Connectivity on the board is another strong suit, though it should be given the motherboards MSRP. With plenty of 4pin PWM fan headers, 4 RGB headers along the bottom (2 x 3-pin addressable and 2 x 4-pin non addressable), a pair of USB 3.0 headers and USB C you’re pretty well catered for. A pair of USB 2.0 headers are also useful when more and more RGB controllers are requiring the ports.
The RTX 3070Ti is actually a pretty good buy, and more impressive for us than the 3080Ti which launched last week. It plugs the gap to the RTX 3080 really nicely, without impeding too heavily on its turf. If you want a little bit more power at 4K than what you'll find on a 3070, then the 3070Ti is the one for you.
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