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Inno3D RTX 4070 Super Twin X2 Review

The Inno3D RTX 4070 Super Twin X2 ships in a dark box, with the Twin X2 logo positioned next to a robotic-style character. On the back, the company highlights key features of the card and its cooler.

Inside, we find a power supply guideline, as well as a quick-start guide. A dual 8-pin to 12VHPWR adapter is also included.

In terms of the design of the card, we last looked at a Twin X2 model from Inno3D back in June last year, and it's no surprise to see the overall aesthetic is exactly the same.

That means we find a two-tone shroud, with one half being matte black and the other half a brushed grey finish. It's made entirely from plastic, so the brushed section isn't made of metal, but it feels solid enough in the hand, though of course the all-metal shroud of the Founders Edition is significantly more robust.

As for the two fans, Inno3D is using what it calls ‘scythe' fan blades, with a total of 11 per fan, and each fan measures 88mm in diameter.

Unlikely many other 40-series products, the Twin X2 is impressively compact, measuring 250x118x42mm, so it's nice and short while its only a dual-slot thickness. That alone could make it worth considering if you need something to fit in particularly diminutive chassis. It also weighed in at 845g on my scales.

The front side of the card is home to the Inno3D and GeForce RTX logos, but it's worth noting there is no lighting of any kind on the Twin X2.

Meanwhile, we can see a full length metal backplate is utilised, with a cut-out behind the GPU core and several cut-outs towards the end of the card to allow air to pass directly through the heatsink and out into the chassis.


Power is supplied by a single 12VHPWR/PCIe Gen5 power connector, though a dual 8-pin adapter is included in the box. Display outputs are standard, with 3x DisplayPort 1.4 and 1x HDMI 2.1 connectors.

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