Gigabyte's RTX 4090 Gaming OC GPU has leaked

It looks a lot like Gigabyte's existing RTX 3090 Ti GPU

Gigabyte's RTX 4090 Gaming OC GPU has leaked

Have a look at Gigabyte's RTX 4090 Gaming PC graphics card 

Earlier this week, ZOTAC's RTX 4090 AMP Extreme AIRO graphics card was pictured, and now, Gigabyte's RTX 4090 Gaming OC model has been showcased, with images coming from @wxnod.

Sadly, we do not have any direct images of Gigabyte's RTX 4090 Ti graphics card, but its boxart contains the image below, showcasing a heatsink design that is very similar to the company's RTX 3090 Ti Gaming OC model. This heatsink features a massive triple-fan cooling solution that appears to be around 3.5 PCIe slots thick. 

Gigabyte's RTX 4090 boxart confirms that Nvidia's RTX 4090 graphics cards will feature 24GB of GDDR6X memory, memory that is reportedly faster than the 21Gbps memory used on Nvidia's RTX 3090 Ti models. 

Gigabyte's RTX 4090 Gaming OC GPU has leaked

Nvidia is currently expected to reveal their RTX 40 series of graphics cards on September 20th at their Geforce Beyond gaming event. Here, we should expect Nvidia to officially reveal their RTX 4090 graphics card, as well as their RTX 4080. 

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Gigabyte's RTX 4090 Gaming OC GPU has leaked

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14-09-2022, 10:49:04

doesnt look like an efficient way to dump heat given we want streamlined airflow in the case. This would cause a slight turbulence surely?

If you vertically mount the GPU and want airflow, typical intake through the base of the case and upwards out through the top, this would counter that flow.Quote

14-09-2022, 11:38:25

It isn't different than any other cooler to this day. Fans don't have shrouds they just blow the air in 360 degrees and something gets redirected by heatsink. FE cards had some air pushed out the back and some through the heatsink over the ram. These ones just dump the heat in all directions. As long as you supply the air to the intake area of the fans it will perform ok.Quote

14-09-2022, 11:49:36

Are x090 no longer supposed to be 'creators' cards?Quote

15-09-2022, 09:17:29

Originally Posted by MiNo View Post
Are x090 no longer supposed to be 'creators' cards?
Any card is a creator card. It only matters how much horsepower and vRAM you need. There are Studio Drivers that are more stable. GeForce cards also work with professional software like Autodesk, Solidworks, etc. They are officially "supported" but not verified. If you have quadro you have a guarantee that software will work with GPU and driver, and all eventual bugs are fixed asap. If you use GeForce it will probably work fine but any incompatibility with software won't be fixed.Quote

15-09-2022, 13:23:11

Originally Posted by MiNo View Post
Are x090 no longer supposed to be 'creators' cards?
Yes they are.

The problem is the horrendous power consumption. So the whole Titan moniker has been replaced with "90".

The last Titan (Turing) was £2300. The Titan before that (V) was even more.

So this is just a name change.Quote

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