EVGA POWERLINE 41s converts their RTX 3090 Ti's 16-pin power cable into something more usable

Need to push up 600 watts into your GPU with an older PSU?

EVGA POWERLINE 41s converts their RTX 3090 Ti's 16-pin power cable into something more usable

EVGA's POWERLINK 41s fixes the RTX 3090 Ti FTW3's power cable problem

EVGA RTX 3090 Ti uses a PCIe 5.0 16-pin cable for power, and not many power supplies currently feature that cable. With a peak power capacity of 600 watts, the 16-pin PCIe 5.0 power cable has the ability to harness four times as much power as a standard 6+2-pin PCIe power cable, and that makes power adaptors/converters difficult.

Meet the POWERLINK 41s

With ARGB (addressable RGB) lighting, and power filtering, EVGA's new POWERLINK 41s reliably converts the power of four 6+2-pin PCIe power cables to a sing e 16-pin power connector. This power adaptor not only provides EVGA's RTX 3090 Ti FTW3 graphics cards with up to 600W of power, it also provides extra filtering to that power to increase system stability and reduce power ripple and noise.

EVGA POWERLINE 41s converts their RTX 3090 Ti's 16-pin power cable into something more usable

EVGA's POWERLINK 41s is designed to offer users a cleaner cable management solution than other 6+2 pin to 16-pin GPU power converters and deliver cleaner power to their compatible RTX 3090 Ti series graphics cards. Sadly, this adaptor is made exclusively for EVGA's RTX 3090 FTW3 series graphics cards, which means that this adaptor may not work with EVGA's next-generation RTX 40 series products. That said, would you want to use an adaptor that says RTX 3090 Ti with an RTX 40 series GPU?

EVGA POWERLINE 41s converts their RTX 3090 Ti's 16-pin power cable into something more usable

EVGA has started selling their POWERLINK 41s adaptors on their website for $59.99 (USD). 

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28-06-2022, 21:33:28

Dawelio
Is it just me that finds this to be a rather bulky solution and rather just have the traditional 3 seperate cables going to the GPU, which looks a lot cleaner.Quote

28-06-2022, 23:15:02

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by Dawelio View Post
Is it just me that finds this to be a rather bulky solution and rather just have the traditional 3 seperate cables going to the GPU, which looks a lot cleaner.
Because it doesn't replace 3 separate cables. It replaces Nvidia's horrible GPU ass wart 16 pin.Quote

29-06-2022, 05:13:56

Peace
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Originally Posted by Dawelio View Post
Is it just me that finds this to be a rather bulky solution and rather just have the traditional 3 seperate cables going to the GPU, which looks a lot cleaner.
I think with a little more design or custom design aspects, it could look kinda cool.


Is it really filtering power, though?Quote

29-06-2022, 14:55:17

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by Peace Ð View Post
I think with a little more design or custom design aspects, it could look kinda cool.


Is it really filtering power, though?
Right side in the rear pic I think I can see a couple of silver electrolytic caps.

Do want to take one apart though Quote

30-06-2022, 19:23:26

Dawelio
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Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
Because it doesn't replace 3 separate cables. It replaces Nvidia's horrible GPU ass wart 16 pin.
What I see in the picture though are 3 PCIE cables going into the thing on the right lol...

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