Asus has joined the BTF (Back To The Future) alliance with Thermaltake and Silverstone. The goal of the project is to get a new standard for cordless PC components and design.
Asus has already introduced the CRTB 7000mAh, with all of the attached connectors on the rear. This design needs the suitable chassis and power supply, which is coming to an end in the future. The company also has some ideas for hidden power connectors. The next step is to completely rid the computer powered cables.
That gave the PCI Express power supply to 600 W so that it wouldn’t be required to use external power cords. The first one with this design’s design is the Asus RTX 4070 BTF, scheduled to be released on September 15th. For instance, he’ll come from China. De plus, there is no motherboard support for that product yet. The new design will therefore avoid some of the problems of the new 12VHWPR standard, but also require a complete overhaul of the motherboard’s design.
The Asus TX series aren’t the only ones that use this connector. It also introduced the TUF-Pixel, the next product from the world market.
The Asus TX graphics cards are available in the standard RTX 4060, RTX 4060 Ti and RTX 4070 models.
Previously, Asus developed the GeForce RTX 4070, which is not supported by the standard 8- or 12+4-pin power connector. The video card is teleported with a standard PCIe 4.0 x 16 tb connector and an additional connector that’s connected to a special slot on the motherboard. Power is transmitted using an extension 12+4-pin abutt-like motor, so it is mounted on the motherboard.