Graphics RTX 3090 Ti with modified BIOS tanks monstrous 890W!

Did you also think that the consumption of 3090 Ti around 500W in the base is a lot?

Well, that’s a lot, 500W is a damn chore to cool down and take away from the core. In our podcast, we (especially me) were also surprised that there was an unwritten deal (or something) until recently, and even the biggest monsters like Titan Xp were stopped at 250W. Then something broke, apparently an effort to increase performance as much as possible, regardless of others, and consumption flies up. Of course, modified BIOSes with unlocked power limits have been here before. But 890W?

Modified (XOC – extreme overclocking) BIOS made by MEGAsizeGPU and you can download it here. Similar madness is used by masters such as Vince “Kingpin” Lucido and with the massive support of liquid nitrogen. Especially this modified BIOS will be used by 3090 TI editions such as GALAX HOF or EVGA KINGPIN, which have dual 16-pin power connectors – they can swallow up to 1200W. However, most 3090 Ti are equipped with only one, which means a maximum of 600W. Although the ASUS RTX 3090 Ti TUF indulges in a full 615W with the XOC BIOS.

Well, the 250W times are probably serious.

Source: videocardz, MEGAsizeGPU

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