Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by Witcher29, Oct 11, 2022.
^^ Besides Gaming OC is a little taller THX
So anyways, i need angular one and NP.
you can put a Gaming OC quite well in a Fractal Torrent. Even with the 180mm Fans on the Bottom and a 360 Rad in the Front. It fits tight, but it works.
Just an alternative to your Corsair box
Finally got a 4090 , I almost got the Suprim X ,
ZOTAC GAMING GeForce RTX 4090 AMP Extreme AIRO
was on sale ! at Micro Center down the the street from where I live .
New Zotac GeForce RTX 4090 AMP Extreme Airo
Stock , https://gpuz.techpowerup.com/23/03/10/v9m.png
Using a AB custom fan curve, drop the memory temp a lot ,from 76c to 68c , also power at 110, 500 watts !
While I was swapping the 4way for a Corsair 12VHPWR cable I noticed this little fella. A red 6 pin socket with nothing in it.
Anybody know what it might be for?
I think it's the connector for SPECTRA 2.0 RGB Lighting (compatible with external LED strip) there should be a cable for that in the box
Your memory temp is high, running Furmark mine is mid 36 - 38C, yes im on water but even so.
Also my board power draw is 308 at 2745mhz and 0.9750V
Techpowerup review this card, he did a tear down , vapor chamber was a little higher than the memory pads, but well in range, higher fan speed , lower from 76 to 65 , non issue at all for me, hotspot is .
Nvidia Quietly Rolls Out GeForce RTX 4090 With New Die ...
Nvidia has quietly started using a new version of its AD102 graphics processing unit for its GeForce RTX 4090 Founders Edition graphics cards, according to a Reddit post (via VideoCardz). The new version is marked as the AD102-301, and it is believed that it will have a minor impact on the bill-of-materials costs of the graphics boards, though the information is unofficial...
Complete story and source - https://www.tomshardware.com/news/nvidia-quietly-rolls-out-geforce-rtx-4090-with-new-gpu-model
Information thru some extreme overclockers point to a new binning process , harvesting the best dies " AD102-300 " for the upcoming rtx 4090Ti
Doesnt it also limit the voltage slightly compared to the 'oldschool' 4090.
I guess the source for this rumor is somewhere in reddit etc?
Just saying, I don't know if better chips that OC with less voltage and reducing max voltage are balancing themselves out here.
My Zotac doesn't have a vapor chamber but memory temps (with 1500mhz overclock) are in the 60s at 30% fan speed.
Wrong , the talk about this binning is thru private conversation within us extreme ln2 overclockers and hardware engineers of third party gpu makers , do i look or sound like a reddit guy to you ?
Nah not at all, I'm just a noob so I wouldn't know any better on where to look
But yeah, let's see if they bring on the Ti. I'm not buying below a 4090 anyway, or not at all, so another option's always welcomed.
I was trying to understand what this means for any future buyer's perspective, a 4090 that's "worse" than the first ones and then a Ti which probably will be significantly more expensive?
Somehow I have my doubts about the vertical PCB and all...
You have the rear fan pointing the wrong way.
Really ought to remove that sound card, or whatever it is - it is completely blocking airflow to gpu.
It's going to take a while longer for the release of the 4090Ti my friend. Just hold in there bro , you will get it. The new revision of the die seems to fix some problems they had with voltage regulation , it was needed because the ammount of bad rtx 4090 out there is very high ( what i heard thru the little birds/friends in the industry ) , nvidia fix it.
There are many , many posts all over the net about the erratic behaviour and bad rtx 4090 cards with black screens , crashes while idle - example: https://www.overclock.net/threads/massive-rtx-4090-problems-driver-or-hardware.1801381/
The new die revision limits the voltage to only 1.07v versus older die at 1.1v , it limits the overclocking potential in exchange for a more stable voltage regulation. If i hear some more from reputable sources i will update you on this topic.
Thanks, any rumors or infos are appreciated, although I understand there's such things are NDAs too
I wouldn't be too worried in my specific case as I'd put the card under water anyway, making more of those 1.07 than air cooled cards with 1.1 if I'm lucky
This is my true love. A Creative X-Fi Titanium HD. This is the one thing I will fight for until the End. As long as it runs, it will stay.
It doesn't block that much, as we talk about two 180mm Fans pushing air (they are wider than the Soundcard and can move a ton of air). Trust me, my 4090 doesn't get hot. If this would be a problem, I also shouldnt push Air through the Radiator inside the case. But the whole system works very well and on rather okayish temps. I can run stockfish chess and keep my CPU in the mid 80s without throtteling. I've never seen more than mid 60s on the 4090 in games and the highest I've seen was higher 60s in 3D Mark (I don't care for MSI Kombustor/Furmark or Prime95 these days).