Galax’s GeForce RTX 4090 HOF graphics board with two 12VHPWR auxiliary energy connectors is not out there but, however the card has already turn into a legend after it managed to overclock Nvidia’s AD102 graphics processor to an unprecedented 3.7 GHz. The add-in-board required liquid nitrogen (LN2) cooling to hit the world’s highest GPU frequency. But, there appears to be a catch with AD102 overclocking.
The Galax GeForce RTX 4090 Corridor of Fame graphics card comes with extraordinarily subtle energy supply accompanied by a BIOS which might set the facility circuitry to ship as much as 1000W to allow excessive overclocking even with none vital volt modding (if any). The board will also be outfitted with pots for liquid nitrogen or liquid helium for excessive overclocking. In consequence, it was pretty simple for skilled overclockers to begin their experiments with the AIB as soon as they obtained a pattern. This drastically simplifies non-extreme overclocking for normal customers, which can most likely make this board the quickest system in our greatest graphics playing cards checklist.
OGS, a famend overclocker, pushed the Galax GeForce RTX 4090 HOF to 3705 MHz and ran the GPUPI benchmark (which isn’t precisely a graphics workload) at this frequency. This frequency is tangibly larger than the 3.45 GHz hit by a volt-modded Galax GeForce RTX 4090 Critical Gaming again in October.
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There’s a main catch, although. To hit 31,096 factors in 3DMark Port Royal (which is larger than the earlier world’s file by greater than 1,000 factors), OGS needed to scale back the clock charge to 3570 MHz. That is nonetheless larger than the earlier GPU frequency file. Moreover, it’s over 1000 MHz larger than the Nvidia-recommended enhance clock for its GeForce RTX 4090.
Sadly, OGS did not disclose the facility consumption when the cardboard operates at 3570 MHz or 3705 MHz, although we are able to definitely make some guesses given the truth that the GPU could be fed with one kilowatt of energy.
The Galax GeForce RTX 4090 Corridor of Fame graphics card is ready to hit the market shortly. Its worth is unknown, however it will likely be considerably larger than Nvidia’s recommended retail worth of $1,599.