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    GPU Base Clock Frequency
    2.23 gigahertz
    GPU Boost Clock Frequency
    2.52 gigahertz
    DisplayPort Ports
    3 x DisplayPort
    HDMI Ports
    1 x HDMI
    Maximum Number of Displays Supported
    Advanced Graphics Rendering Technique(s)
    DLSS 3 (Deep Learning Super Sampling), Ray tracing
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NVIDIA - GeForce RTX 4090 24GB GDDR6X Graphics Card - Titanium/Black

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  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    The most superior GPU one can get these days...

    I am absolutely amazed by the performance level, temperature, design and new redesigned power connector on this GPU. I was one of the rare lucky now-ownerd to find this GPU online and buy it for the next day pick up in thr 40min away store. Did not hesitate one bit. Once I got 4090 it was the time to build the system around it from scratch and look to retire my 10900k, 3080, 64gb ddr-3600mhz, ... My new system now rocks 14900k on MSI Tomahawk Max, 2TB samsung 990 Pro, 64gb ddr5-6000 cl30, Kraken 360 AIO, 1200w Seasonic all wrapped up in Antec Performance 1FT tower

    Posted by alx15000

  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    The "Reality-bender" RTX 4090

    Say hello to the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090, the swaggering new kid on the block who took a look at the rule book, cackled, and ripped it to shreds. This isn't just a graphics card, folks. It's an AI-enhanced, supercharged gorilla that guzzled a keg of espresso and decided to redefine reality, one pixel at a time. The speed of this thing? Let's put it this way: if the RTX 4090 were in a footrace with Usain Bolt, Bolt would still be tying his shoelaces while the 4090 would be sipping a piña colada on the moon. Heat? Forget about it. This card is cooler than Sinatra on an iceberg. Noise? Less than a vegan at a steakhouse. The realism this baby delivers is so intense, you might start questioning the authenticity of your own reflection. You think you've seen ray tracing? The RTX 4090 will make you believe you've been living in a cave all these years. The downside? The price tag might convince you to sell a kidney on eBay. But look on the bright side - you won't need 3D glasses anymore, or anything else once you’ve ridden this beast. So, buckle up, humans. The RTX 4090 is here to render your reality obsolete.

    Posted by Eric

  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Amazing, but may not be for everyone.

    I consider myself extremely fortunate to have secured one from what seems to be the last restock on Best Buy in 2023. With a 10% coupon + a 10% rewards bonus and a complimentary copy of Alan Wake 2, this graphics card exceeds expectations. But beyond the bundled perks, it stands out as an exceptional piece of hardware. Given its price point, it's undeniably the most powerful GPU on the market today, and the Founders Edition version is my personal favorite. From the premium packaging to the unique design with fans on both the top and bottom of the card, it exudes quality. What pleasantly surprised me is how quiet and cool it runs despite its immense power. The performance is, without a doubt, top-notch, and in terms of both aesthetics and industry-leading capability, it's a solid 5 out of 5. Now, let's delve into some lesser-known facts. Firstly, there are two LED RGB zones – one being the 'GEFORCE RTX' logo on the side that glows in white, and the other is a 'V' shaped light on the top and bottom of the card. Both sides constitute a single RGB zone, controllable with third-party software like Open RGB. It's a bit peculiar that Nvidia doesn't offer its own software for controlling these lights. Secondly, to fully leverage the GPU's potential, pairing it with the right CPU and likely a 4K monitor is crucial. Bottlenecking is a well-known concept, and having components that can't keep up might not only hinder performance but also introduce stuttering in some games. Despite using a 12700K with a 1440p monitor, I occasionally had to tweak settings for a smoother experience. However, the upside is that the 4090 is future-proof and will likely remain relevant for several CPU and GPU generations. Lastly, there have been concerns about power connector melting issues. Nvidia has quietly addressed this by updating the power connector, and reports of melting on FE cards with the new connector are scarce, if any. Cards manufactured in the last six months or so are likely to have the updated connector, ensuring a safer experience. My personal advice is to avoid random power cables from sources like Amazon and opt for reputable brands or use the provided adapter. Considering the state of the GPU market, the 4090 shines as a standout among the current offerings. While new SUPER level cards are on the horizon, the 4090 remains a solid recommendation if it's in stock. For those willing to wait, the refreshed Nvidia cards in the coming months might offer more options. As for the competition, my loyalty remains with team Green, as I've had consistently positive experiences with Nvidia cards (and not so much with Radeon offerings). Bottom like, don't get this card just because "it's the best". If you don't have the hardware that can keep up with it, you will end up wasting money and possibly getting some headaches in return. Don't forget the PSU requirement of 850W, which is what I use with no issues. If you have a computer that can match it closely enough, and maybe planning on upgrading in the next couple of years, the 4090 is a solid choice. For 4K, it's the obvious choice. For 1440p, it's a great choice with some level of future proofing (even though I know people hate this term). It's a cool product all around.

    Posted by drumnbass