Final Thoughts & Conclusion
Zotac has never been shy about pushing the boundaries with its Amp family of cards, and the RTX 2070 Amp Extreme is no exception. Performance is off the charts for an RTX 2070, so much so we would wonder if someone made a mistake and stuffed some unannounced RTX 2070Ti chip in here if we hadn’t ripped it apart and see the die ourselves. In fact, performance out of the box is so high that the Amp Extreme is fighting a little outside of its weight class and taking on RTX 2080 cards more so than RTX 2070’s.
In a world seeming overrun with RGB-everything, we are kind of glad Zotac chose to limit the bling here to just the Spectra enabled logo. While that’s a bit of a subjective opinion, it does make the Amp Extreme a bit of a ‘sleeper’ in comparison to many cards on the market that are all bark and no bite. Those with smaller systems will probably appreciate the narrow card pending they can accommodate the 308mm length. The cooler itself works quite well and keeps the card chilly even when overclocked, and doesn’t have to try too hard so the fans never ramp up much to make noise.
Epic Job Zotac!