Gigabyte is unveiling four graphics cards, all belonging to the GeForce RTX 40 series, with some included in the updated SUPER lineup. Prior speculations about this design had circulated for a while, driven by leaks from regulatory offices referencing these products. The EAGLE ICE series is essentially a makeover of the current EAGLE series, featuring a fresh and stylish white color scheme.
All EAGLE ICE cards share a distinctive triple-fan cooler design, accompanied by full-cover backplates, showcased in a white color palette. The primary distinction between the RTX 4060 and 4070 models lies in their size. The latter features a 2.5-slot (50 mm) build and measures 26 cm in length, whereas the RTX 4060 models are dual-slot but slightly longer at 27 cm.
Each EAGLE ICE model comes with factory overclocking, mirroring the original edition series. It’s highly likely that Gigabyte will introduce non-OC variants in the future. Notably, the RTX 4060 (Ti) EAGLE cards feature a unique display connector layout with dual DisplayPort 1.4a and dual HDMI 2.1a connectors. In contrast, the RTX 4070 (Ti) SUPER has a layout of 3x DP + 1x HDMI. Regarding power, the RTX 4060 series uses a standard 8-pin PCIe connector, while the RTX 4070 (Ti) SUPER requires a 16-pin power cable or adapter.
While Gigabyte hasn’t officially revealed pricing details, it’s reasonable to anticipate that the EAGLE ICE series will be priced comparably to the original design. Essentially, these are the same cards with a new aesthetic.