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    GPU Base Clock Frequency
    2.23 gigahertz
    GPU Boost Clock Frequency
    2.52 gigahertz
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    3 x DisplayPort
    HDMI Ports
    1 x HDMI
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    8K (4320p)
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NVIDIA - GeForce RTX 4090 24GB GDDR6X Graphics Card - Titanium/Black

Model:900-1G136-2530-000
SKU:6521430
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  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    The best GPU on the market

    Relative to the rest of the 40 series out so far, this feels like a better value. Most X090 series cards (3090 or the previous Titans) were 5-10% better in gaming for double the money whereas this has a pretty linear price to performance Vs the cheaper cards. Loads of VRAM is great for ML models (although the gimped floating point isn’t) and of course it’s a monster in games, even with a 5800X3D I’m still cpu bottlenecked in Flight Sim at 4K even. For competitive games like overwatch it’s absurdly fast, runs around 500FPS on average so next to zero input latency. All in all, I’m happy with it and I think it’s fairly worth it given the halo product price point, that is, at MSRP. Not worth $2K. The card is also beautiful and feels like a piece of industrial design, it looks so good I almost wish it sat on my desk to admire but a windowed case is a good compromise.

    Posted by Jacob

  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Absolute 4K High Refresh Gaming Monster!!!

    I typically buy the latest and greatest PC hardware as soon as it’s released and having done this for awhile, I’m not easily impressed. But the RTX 4090 Founders Edition has me in awe as one of the best generational upgrades ever seen in the PC gaming space. There’s a lot of reasons for this which I’ll cover below, but let’s start by saying this GPU is only going to show significant improvement over a 3080 or 3090 at 4K and high refresh rates above 60Hz. I’m gaming on a 3840x1600p 144Hz Ultrawide monitor so even in some games I’m not getting as big of a % gain compared to 4K. One of the biggest upgrades on the 4090 is the GPU chip itself is being made on TSMC 4nm instead of Samsung 8nm, which is at least a 2 process node improvement. We saw what 6nm did for AMD GPUs allowing them to hit clock speeds over 2.5GHz while Ampere was stuck around 2GHz again. So expectations were high from a clock speed improvement and that certainly is the case with the 4090 able to hit clock speed around 3GHz!!! The change to TSMC and node shrink also allowed improved efficiency which even caught Nvidia off guard as the rumors of 600-900W power consumption were probably based off of Samsung expectations. This also explains the massively over-engineered block coolers you see from Nvidia partners that are not only very long but also 4 slots wide. The 4090FE is actually shorter in length than the 3090FE but it is 3 slots wide instead of the 2.5 slots on the 3090. It is also a little taller (closer to the case) so make sure you have enough room in your case. The good news is the length is much shorter than any other partner designs which allows me to keep using my same case. As mentioned the beefed up cooling and improved efficiency allows the 4090FE to actually run cooler and quieter than the 3090FE even though it can be “unlocked” to use up to 600W of power or 133% of its official TBP of 450W. You can do this by enabling in an OC software like MSI Afterburner and increasing power limit and voltage along with clock speeds if you are OK with overclocking. Also you must have 4x8-pin power connectors at 150W each to enable the 600W power limit, only 3 connectors will limit you to 450W as there is a component in the adapter that detects how many 8-pin adapters are connected. More on the adapter later. So yeah this is an extremely impressive GPU that offers sometimes double the performance for me having a 3090FE. The difference isn’t as big as with the 3090Ti as that was around 15% faster so it eats into some of those gains. If the 3090 was the first true 4K/60 GPU, then the 4090 is definitely the first true 4K/100+ high refresh GPU. It’s truly amazing and just chews through all games at max settings and even maintains high FPS with demanding Ray Tracing effects due to the upgraded RT cores. Now onto some concerns and news headlines: 1. The 12VHPWR connector has some issues with potentially catching fire and apparently there are 2 issues, a cheaper quality cable rated for 150V vs 300V and more recently, the adapter not fully being inserted into the GPU 16-pin connector, causing resistance and extra current to flow through other wires and causing the burning. Make sure to seat your GPU adapter fully!!! The cable adapter is kind of ugly and also comes straight off at a 90 from the GPU, the old method angled at 45 degrees was a better design on the 3090. I plan to get a better quality cable from my PSU maker or cablemod when they become available. 2. Yes, these GPUs are still hard to get even though there is no crypto market to compete with. Part of this is because it seems like the only “real upgrade” in the 40 series lineup and it didn’t come with the crazy markup compared to the 4080. For those getting antsy I would just wait it out and see how the 4080 launch turns out and also see what AMD’s 7900 series turns out in a few weeks. I was very lucky and got an invite through GeForce Experience a few days after launch so I was able to get one about a week after launch. 3. The GPU is very expensive, which is true, but if you’re not on a 4K at 100+ FPS or doing some advanced computing you really don’t need this GPU anyways. But that isn’t expensive nowadays??? 30 series prices are falling and 2nd hand units are going for amazing prices so take advantage of those while you can if you don’t need the latest and greatest, especially when you know the 4080 and 4070Ti are kinda meh in terms of price and performance it’ll be awhile before 40 series prices make sense, if at all. So that’s it in a nutshell, it’s one of the most impressive upgrades I’ve ever seen from an Nvidia flagship and a GPU I could be happy with for a few generations if I really wanted to. Ah who am I kidding, I’m going to want the next 50 series flagship when it launches too!!! PS: I think if you’re willing to wait, a cut down 20GB 320-bit AD102 chip sold as 4080Ti for $1000 or so will be the GPU darling of this generation. Just don’t know how long it’ll take for us to see it, if at all.

    Posted by TechBuyer

  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    4K Gaming Bliss

    I upgraded from an RTX 3080 Ti which often struggled to run AAA games at high or max settings at 4K above 100 fps. The 4090 has no such limitations -- every game now takes full advantage of my 4K 144Hz monitor. Best of all, this Founders Edition design is beautiful and runs very cool. Yes, it's an absolute monster and weighs more than a brick, but it fits perfectly in my NZXT H510 Flow case and temperatures rarely go above 70° (they usually hover around 65°). It runs cooler than my previous EVGA 3080 Ti FTW3 in the same case. The adapter cable is awkward and can make cable management a challenge, but it fits fine in my H510 with no bend. Just make sure the adapter is completely inserted into the GPU -- it takes a bit of force until you hear an audible "click" to know that it is fully inserted. If you game with a 4K monitor or television, the 4090 is just an insane upgrade from the last generation of GPUs. Don't hesitate if you get a chance to purchase one.

    Posted by ryanmcv