Best RGB RTX 3070 graphics cards

Best RGB RTX 3070

Best RGB RTX 3070

Getting an RGB graphics card is the best thing in 2021 that drastically increases the looks of your gaming build. Indeed, graphics card is gamers’ favourite PC component for various reasons and that’s why we love it.

We all want that shine and glamour on it to show off to our friends. Unlike a few years before, now AMD and Nvidia both have RGB editions in all of their models.

If you are searching for one of the best RGB cards, especially the RTX 3070, then you have come to the right place. The following list shows the best looking RGB RTX 3070 graphics cards that will provide you with a combo of both looks and performance.

ROG Strix RTX 3070 O8G WHITE
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ROG Strix O8G White edition features triple fans on a white heatsink shroud that makes it perfect for any white themed build. It features gorgeous bright LED lights in the fans that throw the light to illuminate the case from inside. Being an OC edition, it features a boost clock of 1935MHz in OC mode and 1905MHz in Gaming mode.

ASUS KO GeForce RTX 3070 OC
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Asus Ko RTX 3070 OC gives a unique look with its gold and silver faceplates that are nowhere to be found. This is the first time Asus brought this design and it certainly stands out among all the Asus RGB graphics cards.

Along with the faceplates, the card features KO logo lit with RGB LEDs. These are bright and if you are wondering is there any LEDs on the side, then yes, it also features an Asus RGB logo at the side. So, no matter how you install your GPU, you will be able to get all the RGB flare.

ROG Strix RTX 3070 O8G Gaming
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ROG Strix RTX 3070 O8G Gaming is the flagship edition from Asus and it comes with a very powerful cooling solution that helps the GPU to run cooler. It although features the same clock speeds as the White edition, it has its own look with the silverish-black heatsink shroud.

Over it are three fans where the light from the RGB LEDs on the side seeps through creating lighting effects that don’t feel like getting blocked.

ASUS Dual GeForce RTX 3070 OC
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If you don’t think you can afford any of the premium editions listed above, then Asus has another RGB card that is cheaper. The Dual RTX 3070 OC card features dual-fan cooler design that is smaller but performs as good as the other editions.

It has RGB LEDs only on one side but these are bright and enough to provide adequate lighting that will fulfill most users desire for RGB lighting without spending $30-$50 more on expensive editions. Its boost clock goes up to 1800MHz which is lower than other editions and therefore, you can expect a few fewer fps.

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Aorus RTX 3070 Master 8G is so gorgeous that it’s hard not to keep looking at it. The card features a triple fan design that has two fans spinning in one direction and the one in the centre spinning in another. This dissipates heat faster making clock speeds reach higher.

It has RGB LEDs on both sides of the heatsink shroud but on the opposite sides. Also, if you are bored of the same type of designs that feature LEDs on the shroud, then this card is the one you should get as it also features RGB lighting on the backplate.

MSI GeForce RTX 3070 Gaming Z TRIO
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Being a user of MSI GTX 1080 Ti Gaming X graphics card, there is no doubt that MSI produces great looking designs whether it is Dual editions or Gaming editions. Currently, MSI has more editions than ever before and just like every generation, we have the RTX 3070 Gaming Z Trio that features a triple fan heatsink design that helps run the GPU run cooler.

Surprisingly, the Gaming Z Trio is not the flagship card and features a boost clock of 1845MHz which is still great. For RGB lighting, it is equipped with some parallel LED lines on the shroud and on the side, you will find the MSI RGB LED logo and a beautiful thick LED strip going across the board.

MSI GeForce RTX 3070 Suprim X 8G
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MSI RTX 3070 Suprim X 8G features a minimalistic heatsink shroud that features a brushed aluminium part in the middle. The card is the flagship GPU from MSI and features a very high boost clock of 1920MHz. It features RGB LEDs between the fans and on the side but it looks way better from the back.

While most GPU manufacturers try to improve the looks only at the front or side, RTX 3070 Suprim X 8G has a way better-looking brushed aluminium backplate with RGB MSI Logo. Moreover, it comes with a GPU support bracket to eliminate GPU sag at the end.

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RTX 3070 Holo looks out of this world. Zotac although is not as popular as Asus or MSI but from the past few years have been very active in providing unique graphics cards designs. The RTX 3070 Amp Holo edition features a dual-fan heatsink and its shroud features multiple RGB LED lines that make a particular pattern.

At the back, you will get a metal wraparound RGB Backplate that not only looks good but also has proper ventilation for the PCB to breathe. It features a boost clock speed of 1785MHz and is thinner than most premium editions.

Colorful iGame GeForce RTX 3070 Ultra OC-V
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Colorful has also stepped up the game and has brought a beautiful RTX 3070 graphics card that features 3 fans where the middle one is smaller but they all spin in the same direction, unlike the Aorus RTX 3070 Master 8G. It has RGB LEDs on the shroud that extends to the backplate and these LEDs are a combination of plain LED zones and logos.

It has a boost clock of 1770MHz and contains a One-key overclock button at the I/O for easy overclocking. For customizing the LEDs, you can use the iGame software and that’s a good thing because major GPU vendors have software compatibility to light up the LEDs as the users want.

Palit GeForce RTX 3070 GamingPro OC
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RTX 3070 GamingPro OC looks like an old train engine but regardless of that its aesthetics is something to crave for. It has a triple fan design that features RGB LEDs diagonally in the middle and has 6 different effects to choose from that are:- Cycle, Strobe, Breathe, Rainbow, Still and Temperature.

Clock speeds on the other hand, are also fine and it features 1770MHz boost clock speed that should get the job done. For silent operation, it has a 0-dB Tech that makes the fan spin only when required. This makes it a completely silent GPU when you are not using any GPU-intensive programs.

Palit GeForce RTX 3070 GameRock OC
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Palit has one more edition that is way better than the GamingPro OC and that is the GameRock OC RTX 3070. It features a crytallic shroud design that lights up by RGB LEDs. The card is also known by “The Dazzling Angel,” and it features a boost clock speed of 1845MHz. So, it is appealing to the users in both the cases.

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