Dream GPU?! | ASUS Noctua RTX 4080 Unboxing | Prime AP201 TG Glass Gaming PC Build Feature | NH-D15

Dream GPU?! | ASUS Noctua RTX 4080 Unboxing | Prime AP201 TG Glass Gaming PC Build Feature | NH-D15

Dream GPU?! | ASUS Noctua RTX 4080 Unboxing | Prime AP201 TG Glass Gaming PC Build Feature | NH-D15

#ASUS #asuspcdiy #Noctua – It’s been a moment since the launch of the 3000 Series ASUS x Noctua collab, it’s time to step things up a notch and welcome the RTX 4080 to the channel!

00:00 – Intro / Unboxing
01:46 – Included Accessories
03:12 – TUF Gaming vs Noctua 4080 Size Comparison
03:30 – Cinematic & Build Feature

To say I’m excited about this video would be an understatement! As a huge Noctua nerd with a passion for building silent gaming PC’s, I’ve been anticipating the launch of the Noctua 4080 for quite some time and it hasn’t failed to impress!

Keeping the footprint almost identical to the 3000 series, the RTX 4080 from ASUS & Noctua rebirths the ID design we fell in love with the first time with some 4000 series tweaks. Notably, the ATX 3.0 support which is an excellent addition for cable management and power delivery, but also that epic Vapor Chamber heatsink which just channels heat through the fins for those NF-A12x25 fans to effectively push away.

For the build featured in this video I wanted to showcase just how flexible the Prime AP201 can be. Along with the chunky 4080, I was able to fit the titan NH-D15 inside along with two slim intake fans below the GPU, a 140mm top intake and a 120mm rear exhaust. This keeps airflow optimal and with minimum fans also keep the sound as low as possible.

i7 13700K IDLE – 29c
i7 13700K UNDER LOAD – 61c

Noctua 4080 IDLE – 33c
Noctua 4080 UNDER LOAD – 55c

Final conclusion on the GPU and the AP201 build after the parts list:

Main parts included in the build:
(USA Amazon)

Case – https://amzn.to/3npHQfk (tempered glass version not currently available in the USA, see UK link below)
GPU – Coming Soon
CPU – https://amzn.to/40jJrlt
Motherboard – https://amzn.to/3JMAfPN
RAM – https://amzn.to/3K9DGkV
NVME M.2 – https://amzn.to/3JNuX6t
CPU Cooler – https://amzn.to/3FSQwl5
Cooler Covers – https://amzn.to/40gsKr7
1x 140mm Fan – https://amzn.to/3lJpSnH
2x 120mm Slim Fans – https://amzn.to/3nmixuR
1x 120mm Fan – https://amzn.to/3LTqh1M
PSU – https://amzn.to/40yE3La
Desk Mat – https://bit.ly/dropnoctuamat

Lights used to film this video:
Godox UL150ii – https://amzn.to/3kVOwka
Godox UL60 – https://amzn.to/3Ymetb2

Main parts included in the build:
(UK Amazon)

Case – https://amzn.to/3ZkCe3g
GPU – Coming Soon
CPU – https://amzn.to/42GkT81
Motherboard – https://amzn.to/3JMAfPN
RAM – https://amzn.to/3JKs0Uo
NVME M.2 – https://amzn.to/3LSD18A
CPU Cooler – https://amzn.to/3ni9YRD
Cooler Covers – https://amzn.to/3TNljoQ
1x 140mm Fan – https://amzn.to/3TNyXZt
2x 120mm Slim Fans – https://amzn.to/3FTBnzE
1x 120mm Fan – https://amzn.to/3npGq4t
PSU – https://amzn.to/40yE3La
Desk Mat – https://bit.ly/dropnoctuamat

Lights used to film this video:
Godox UL150ii – https://amzn.to/3wUWFIx
Godox UL60 – https://amzn.to/3xaH6N7

Following the great success of the 3070 & 3080 ASUS x Noctua collab, I’m so stoked to see that they have teamed up once again to bring forward yet another stunning, silent GPU with an iconic design.

Sure, it’s going to carry a high price tag which will no doubt be talk of the comments, but just remember this… Limited Edition, no matter in what industry, always and I mean ALWAYS comes at a higher price. This GPU is going to be niche for those who want it, and for those people (such as myself) the cost will be justified. For those who want most of the same cooling performance but also want to save some $, check out the TUF Gaming RTX 4080.

Huge thanks to ASUS & Noctua for the support as always, I can’t wait to feature this card in more upcoming builds!


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  1. I wish they paired up with an amd partner, if they wouldve made a noctua/radeon i wouldve definitely bought one, i debated switching to nvidia just for the noctua gpu but i got the closest thing i could get, the asrock 7900xtx taichi

  2. Way to go!!! The only channel whom consistently uses noctua in several build (Wich I love to see btw)

    Thank you again MML !!!! Noctua never fails

  3. Best video yet Matt, every single week i think each one is the best and then every single week you out do the last one, love it thank you so much for your content

  4. Why is it only two slots, Asus? Hahah. So thick, it'd be better for at least the 3rd bracket for rigidity and it could use the 4th one too.

  5. I really have the honor to follow your work….great content….I enjoy every second of the video…thank you very much…a loyal follower from Algeria

  6. Howdy, nice build. How are your cpu temps for this case? I have only ever seen people doing builds with a aio with this case. Was curious how a air tower cooler would do, with the intakes only being from the bottom or top.

  7. I love Noctua, but there's no way in h*ll anyone should buy one of those

    Buy a 3d printer, a 4080, and 2x of those fans

    Freaking 400-500$ (depending on where you live) markup just to use Noctua's brand name seriously ticks me off

    Whoever thought increasing the price of the GPU by 1/3 just to slap some Noctua's on the GPU was acceptable needs to lose their jobs

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