In the lab: EVGA's GeForce GTX 1070 SC2 graphics card

EVGA recently introduced its iCX cooler technology aboard a raft of GeForces. iCX graphics cards have a whopping nine temperature sensors scattered across their PCBs, RGB LED status indicators for at-a-glance health checks, and asynchronous fans that can rotate at different speeds depending on the temperatures of the components underneath each one. As a cooling nerd, I've been itching to try this tech out. EVGA has obliged me with this handsome GeForce GTX 1070 SC2 card. Behold:

The GTX 1070 SC2 offers 1594 MHz base and 1784 MHz boost clocks out of the box, white LED lighting, and more. Stay tuned for our full review as we test and dissect EVGA's new cooler tech. If you'd like to try iCX out for yourself, the GTX 1070 SC2 is already on sale at Newegg for $449.99.

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