Palit reveals RTX 4090 GPU with a 7-inch screen and modular liquid cooling

Der8auer showcases a concept GPU from Palit ahead of Computex 2024

Palit has revealed an interesting new concept GPU that brings together an Nvidia RTX 4090, a 7-inch LCD screen and support for Lync+ modular liquid cooling. This is the first graphics card that features a customisable screen that’s this large, and that isn’t even the most interesting aspect of this GPU.

This concept GPU was developed by Palit and Lync+. With Lync+, this graphics card supports a wide range of custom liquid cooling products. In theory, users can upgrade to a new Lync+ graphics card without needing to change their liquid cooling setup. All users need to do is disconnect their AIO from their graphics card and connect it to their new GPU. There’s no need to buy a new liquid cooling radiator/pump combo unit.

Below is a video of the overclocker der8auer showcasing this custom GPU in action. Sadly, this GPU is a concept Palit RTX 4090 design and it isn’t going to make it to market in its current form. Should Lync+ recieve enough interest from partners, we may see Lync+ GPUs come to market in the future.

What Palit has showcased is a potential future of the GPU market. This future is one where modular liquid cooling is available to the masses. GPU and cooling upgrades are relatively easy, all thinks to the modular nature of Lync+.

You can join the discussion on Palit’s Link+ compatible RTX 4090 concept GPU on the OC3D Forums.

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