Gigabyte launches new white RTX 40 series GPUs — Eagle Ice series introduces the white theme for RTX 4060 and RTX 4070 families

An official render of the Gigabyte "Eagle ICE" OC RTX 4070 Ti design sourced from the website.
An official render of the Gigabyte "Eagle ICE" OC RTX 4070 Ti design sourced from the website. (Image credit: Gigabyte)

Gigabyte has launched a new series of RTX 40-series GPUs, among the best graphics cards. These new custom GPUs, dubbed "Eagle Ice," are a new variant to Gigabyte's previous "Eagle" series and sport a sleek white design with cyan and arctic blue accents.

Besides the white design and Eagle Ice designation, these new GPUs share similar, more fabulous designs. The triple-fan cooler is on all cards but comes in two different sizes depending on whether you're getting an RTX 4060, RTX 4060 Ti, RTX 4070 Ti, or RTX 4070 Ti Super. GeForce RTX 4060-series cards get a traditional dual slot design at a length of 260 mm, while the RTX 4070s get a 2.5-slot design with a 270 mm length instead.

Below, we'll be listing product names and core specs of all four new Gigabyte Eagle ICE RTX 40 Series GPUs:

  • RTX 4060 Eagle OC Ice 8G — Boost clock up to 2505 MHz, has aforementioned 260 mm cooler length and 2-slot design.
  • RTX 4060 Eagle Ti OC Ice — Boost clock up to 2550 MHz, uses 260 mm and dual-slot GPU design.
  • RTX 4070 Super Eagle OC Ice — Boost clock up to 2535 MHz, uses bulkier 2.5 slot design at 270 mm cooler length.
  • RTX 4070 Ti Super Eagle Ti OC ICE — Boost clock up to 2640 MHz, uses the larger Eagle Ice cooler with with 2.5 slots and 270 mm length.

The new RTX 4070 cards from Gigabyte will require a 16-pin power connector instead of the traditional 8-pin PCIe power connectors. They're likely using the revised 12V-2x6 connector. The RTX 4070 cards also offer three DisplayPort outputs and a single HDMI port. Meanwhile, the RTX 4060 cards use dual HDMI and DisplayPort connectors and are on the traditional 8-pin power connector.

At the time of writing, pricing information for these new GPUs is unavailable, but they're expected to fall into the same general pricing category as their other aftermarket alternatives. These cards seem suited to people who want well-ventilated graphics cards, a stylish white finish for their next PC build, or both.

Christopher Harper
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Christopher Harper has been a successful freelance tech writer specializing in PC hardware and gaming since 2015, and ghostwrote for various B2B clients in High School before that. Outside of work, Christopher is best known to friends and rivals as an active competitive player in various eSports (particularly fighting games and arena shooters) and a purveyor of music ranging from Jimi Hendrix to Killer Mike to the Sonic Adventure 2 soundtrack.

  • Notton
    It looks like they finally switched back to a tab design that is less prone to cracking.
    If it were me, I would saw it off and use a GPU brace.
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  • Alvar "Miles" Udell
    It could be vomit pink but if it had an 8 pin power connector instead of a 16 pin I bet it'd outsell every other model.
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  • Metal Messiah.
    Four thousand sixty cards get a traditional dual slot design at a length of 260 mm, while the RTX 4070s get a 2.5 slot design with a 270 mm length instead.

    Is it too hard to write 4060 instead, lol ?

    Anyway, your info is incorrect regarding the card's length. It's quite the opposite, and the measurement is also wrong. The RTX 4060 cards are slightly longer in length, 27cm. 272mm more like.

    And the RTX 4070 cards come in 26cm length in total, or 261mm.

    Since you didn't bother to include any link/source in your article, here is the official website's page for reference. Check the specs for yourself.

    https://www.gigabyte.com/Graphics-Card/All-Series?fid=2789,2861,2862,2992,2993
    RTX 4070 Ti SUPER example. L=261 W=126 H=50 mm

    https://www.gigabyte.com/Graphics-Card/GV-N407TSEAGLEOC-ICE-16GD/sp#sp
    Below, we'll be listing product names and core specs of all four new Gigabyte Eagle ICE RTX 40 Series GPUs:
    RTX 4060 Eagle OC Ice 8G — Boost clock up to 2505 MHz, has aforementioned 260 mm cooler length and 2-slot design.RTX 4060 Eagle Ti OC Ice — Boost clock up to 2550 MHz, uses 260 mm and dual-slot GPU design.RTX 4070 Super Eagle OC Ice — Boost clock up to 2535 MHz, uses bulkier 2.5 slot design at 270 mm cooler length.RTX 4070 Ti Super Eagle Ti OC ICE — Boost clock up to 2640 MHz, uses the larger Eagle Ice cooler with with 2.5 slots and 270 mm length.

    At least get the product code names correct. Some are jumbled/confusing. These are the actual SKU names. Don't write articles in a rush or hurry, or just for the sake for posting a news.

    Kindly proofread them, and/or double/triple check the basic facts before submitting ANY news content.

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  • doughillman
    Metal Messiah. said:
    Is it too hard to write 4060 instead, lol ?

    It is for AI, apparently.
    Reply
  • PEnns
    "..while the RTX 4070s get a 2.5 slot design"

    Which really means 3 slots.

    Unless you know of anything that would fit in that .5 slot (sorry, but a thin slice of toast is not a correct answer).
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  • Amdlova
    Gigabug no thanks... Will break the pcb
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  • hotaru251
    White is a pc color i'll pick.

    White isnt universal like Black...every companys white is gonna be slightly different becasue white is a hrd color to actually make "white".
    so if u have a case, fans, gpu, etc from different brands they wont all be same white and thats OCD triggering.
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