Lenovo's Geforce RTX 4090 has been showcased in more detail ahead of Nvidia's launch event

Expect Nvidia to officially reveal their RTX 4090 graphics card tomorrow

Lenovo's Geforce RTX 4090 has been showcased in more detail ahead of Nvidia's launch event

Here's another look at Lenovo's RTX 4090 Legion graphics card ahead of Nvidia's official unveiling

Nvidia's RTX 4090 graphics card is due to be revealed tomorrow during the company's Geforce Special Broadcast, but that has not stopped Lenovo's custom RTX 4090 Legion graphics card design from being showcased online. 

Below, thanks to WolStame, Lenovo's Legion RTX 4090 graphics card has been pictured beside one of the company's Legion Y9000X notebook, a 16-inch laptop that is 35.6 cm by 26.0 cm. This gives their RTX 4090 design a rough length of around 35.8 cm x 13.6 cm. The graphics card is also likely to be around 7cm thick. 

Lenovo's Geforce RTX 4090 has been showcased in more detail ahead of Nvidia's launch event

With Nvidia's RTX 4090 allegedly having a TDP of around 450W by default, it makes sense for Lenovo's custom Legion GPU design to have such a large heatsink design. The cooler features three large fans, 13 heatpipes, and a large cold plate that appears to cover Nvidia's RTX 4090 GPU core and its GDDR6 memory configuration. Previously, this graphics card has been showcased inside a Lenovo Legion PC, and Lenovo appears to have no plans to release their RTX 4090 graphics card as a standalone product.

Lenovo's Geforce RTX 4090 has been showcased in more detail ahead of Nvidia's launch eventLenovo's Geforce RTX 4090 has been showcased in more detail ahead of Nvidia's launch event

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19-09-2022, 15:28:24

AngryGoldfish
I kinda like the simple industrial design.Quote

19-09-2022, 15:58:05

KingNosser
One of the better looking cards nice and simple would go well in a WC build.Quote

19-09-2022, 17:57:30

AlienALX
That's A LOT of heat pipes !Quote

19-09-2022, 19:00:47

Warchild
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Originally Posted by AngryGoldfish View Post
I kinda like the simple industrial design.
Looks like they are taking over EVGA designs

I agree. Nothing quite like simplicity Quote
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