A ROG Strix with hybrid cooling and a TUF Gaming model sent on a diet were presented.
ASUS unveiled two new video cards – and their slightly tuned versions – that transform NVIDIA’s flagship desktop (consumer) GPU into a slightly more compact form than before.
The 2.6-slot solutions that come with pre-installed water cooling ROG Strix LC GeForce RTX 4090-nekrespectively RTX 4090 OC edition they’re called, and their pump, 240 mm radiator, and 120 mm fans installed on it were inherited from the ROG Strix LC GeForce RTX 3090 Ti. The cables of the fans sprinkled with ARGB LEDs are hidden by the stockings of the 560 mm long piping, and the cold plate of the block decorated with Aura Sync lights covers both the GPU and the memories, while the VRM is cooled by a blower unit.
The printed circuit board does not lack the two rows of FanConnect PWM pins, which can be used to control the fan speed of two case coolers directly with the 293 mm long VGAs using the 12+4 pin 12VHPWR power connector. The GPU Boost/OC clocks of the “normal” variant follow the standard 2520/2550 MHz scheme, while the designers set the similar values for the OC Edition to 2610/2640 MHz. There are three DisplayPort 1.4a and two HDMI 2.1a outputs on the I/O frame.
Left is the old TUF Gaming GeForce RTX 4090 (OC) and right is the new OG version(s) [+]
The other fresh 3.2-slot pair is the one with classic three-fan air cooling TUF Gaming GeForce RTX 4090 ANDfurthermore RTX 4090 AND OC Edition, and the physical dimensions of the duo have decreased compared to the simple TUF Gaming RTX 4090 construction. The previous size of 348.2 x 150 x 72.6 mm changes to 325.9 x 140.2 x 62.8 mm, and the visual design, discreetly enhanced by the addressable lighting, has also been slightly modified, plus the perforations on the back cover plate have decreased.
On the left is the old, on the right is the new back cover plate [+]
The GPU Boost/OC frequencies of 2520/2550 and 2565/2595 MHz remained the same, and as expected, the 21 GHz effective clock signal of the 24 GB GDDR6X VRAM communicating with a 384-bit bus has not changed either.
Source: Hírek és cikkek – PROHARDVER! by prohardver.hu.
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