PCI Express 4.0
|Interface||PCI Express 4.0|
|GPU Series||NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 Series|
|GPU||GeForce RTX 3090|
|Core Clock||1770 MHz|
|Boost Clock||OC Mode: 1770 MHz |
Gaming Mode: 1740 MHz
|CUDA Cores||10496 Cores|
|Effective Memory Clock||19.5 Gbps|
|HDMI||2 x HDMI 2.1|
|DisplayPort||3 x DisplayPort 1.4a|
|Max Resolution||7680 x 4320|
|SLI Support||SLI Ready|
|Virtual Reality Ready||Yes|
|Thermal Design Power||750W|
|System Requirements||Recommended PSU: 850W|
|Recommended PSU Wattage||850W|
|Power Connector||2 x 8-Pin|
|Features||NVIDIA Ampere Streaming Multiprocessors: The building blocks for the world's fastest, most efficient GPU, the all-new Ampere SM brings 2X the FP32 throughput and improved power efficiency.|
2nd Generation RT Cores: Experience 2X the throughput of 1st gen RT Cores, plus concurrent RT and shading for a whole new level of ray tracing performance.
3rd Generation Tensor Cores: Get up to 2X the throughput with structural sparsity and advanced AI algorithms such as DLSS. Now with support for up to 8K resolution, these cores deliver a massive boost in game performance and all-new AI capabilities.
Axial-tech Fan Design has been newly tuned with a reversed central fan direction for less turbulence.
Dual Ball Fan Bearings can last up to twice as long as sleeve bearing designs.
Military-grade Capacitors and other TUF components enhance durability and performance.
GPU Tweak II provides intuitive performance tweaking, thermal controls, and system monitoring.
|Max GPU Length||300 mm|
|Card Dimensions (L x H)||11.81" x 5.00"|
|Slot Width||2.7 slot|
1 x Collection card
1 x Speedsetup manual
1 x TUF certificate of Reliability
|Date First Available||September 08, 2020|
Pros: - Can handle literally anything I throw at it - Stays quiet and cool while gaming - Somewhat easier to get than a 3080
Cons: - (Still) Extremely hard to get - Seriously, I was only able to get it because I woke up at 6am to an unexpected drop.
Overall Review: I was beginning to accept getting an EVGA 3080 through their website's queue system around 2022, but the stars alligned and my fingers were fast enough to snag this bad boy. If you're still pouncing on gpu drops, don't give up bros. The stars will eventually line up and you'll be the first one to check out :)
Pros: -Good amount of memory to be future proof -Installation easy as 1-2-3 -Water cooling transformation whitout issue -Good to see standard 8-pins power plug -No useless RGB
Cons: None at this point Have a lucky "F5" strike on the web page to buy!
Overall Review: Went from 2 x 2080ti SLI to 1 x 3090. Surprisingly, I have about the same performance as my SLI 2080ti. The good point is that I am going from ~ 822W to 612W of total consumption under load. Currently in reflection if I dare a 2nd 3090 card for SLI, knowing the future of this technology.
Pros: It is RTX 3090 Powerful enough to give you anything on 4K What more do you need
Cons: It is RTX 3090 Powerful enough to trigger OCP of my 850 WATT seasonic PSU. Glad seasonic was quick to send replacement.
Overall Review: .
Pros: Runs very cool the most I've seen on this card is 70c very good cooler despite what some may think
Cons: No cons so far
Overall Review: I would recommend this 3090 over most aibs
Pros: - Great performance out of the box, no tweaking necessary - Build quality of the all metal shroud is solid, also no need to straiten fins on the cooler (like some FE cards are experiencing) - 6+2 (2) power configuration made it a plug and play option when replacing my 1080ti - Not a lot of RGB on the card, some may put this as a con but I enjoy the minimalistic approach to branding and RGB. - Shipped with latest BIOS - Thermals have been great. My 1080ti (MSI GamingX) was running at 80*C and this card hasn't gone over 70*C even in rigorous testing. - It (surprisingly) fits in my case (NZXT H510i)
Cons: - HEAVY (weight wise). I am seeing a lot of sag and have already purchased a sag bracket to deal with it. - The "tire tread" marks on the back of the card seem a bit misplaced, but only a minor gripe.
Overall Review: I upgraded to this 3090 from a 1080ti. I hadn't really intended on getting a 3090 but got lucky in the shuffle and was able to purchase this card. Almost immediately I noticed big gains on all of the titles I'm playing in 1440p. That being said, at 1440p the 3090 does bottleneck my i7-8700k but only slightly (5-10%). Overall the card is great. Build quality is great and the triple fan design keep it nice and cool. The placement of this card in the ethos of the graphics card world only makes sense for those running production suite software. If you're gaming, you should go no further than the 3080 or 3080ti otherwise you're just overpaying for the performance you're going to get, unless you want the VRAM upside.
Pros: This card is quiet and performs very well. No coil whine or anything negative.
Cons: - Asus support is terrible. I contacted their support to ask them if the bios they posted on the card's driver page is newer than what's on my card. I asked them because they don't even list the version they have posted for some reason. Aside from that, they list zero information about how to do the bios update, I guess they assume you should know what to do with the zipped files. Went through three different support people and escalations just to find out the bios version posted and non of them could tell me. Gave up. Asus support does not know how to handle simple questions and their website still shows no version or documentation for this card's bios. - price
Overall Review: Knocking off one star because of the terrible support. I really like Asus hardware and I've been buying their motherboards for many years. You just have to hope you don't need help from their support.
Pros: - Hits 3440x1440 at 120hz easily - Every game I throw at it easily gets highest settings at above resolution and refresh rate - Fits in FormD T1 - Quiet - Cool (65c in gaming loads) - Undervolts easily - currently 950mV for 1990MHz boost - Streams 3440x1440 @ 60hz with minimal lag
Cons: - Price/performance is... less than stellar - Availability
Overall Review: This is a great card, but double check you need this vs the 3080. We will see how this holds up to AMD's offerings, but after coming from a 1080, this card is fantastic.
Pros: Build quality, powerful
Cons: As of writing this review this card is difficult and frustrating to obtain, expensive
Overall Review: The build quality on this card is impressive. The shroud is all metal. For a card with a “gaming” branding the design of the 3090 tuf is subtle and the RGB is tastefully done. You can easily control the lighting with ASUS armory crate software. This is an excellent, speedy GPU for creative task and thus far has handled every game thrown at it with ease. Up to 50-65% utilization the card was boosting to around 2K MHz. As utilization went up the boost clock would be lower. I have not yet done any overclocking beyond the baked in settings on ASUS GPU Tweak II. I would definitely recommend the ASUS TUF 3090.
Pros: Extremely Fast Well Constructed Quality Subtle design (compared to most of the other new gaming cards, anyway) No audible coil whine Fits in a Fractal R6 case with no issues whatsoever Something something MLCC capacitors only It's a 3090... c'mon
Cons: Extremely hard to get (I wrote my own webpage scraper and managed to score this one in a combo deal with a 1 TB NVME drive) My 8700k is a joke now Doesn't come with better monitors I had to get a 0% intro APR credit card to be able to pay it off with the pennies I scrape off the floor
Overall Review: If you want to game at 8k, buy this If you want to game at 4k with slightly higher framerates than everyone else, buy this If you want to lay awake at night and think about how many more other things you could have done with the money you spent on a graphics card, that were most certainly more important, buy this But at the end of the day, you have a 3090, and you are going to have a really fantastic time gaming for the next few years. Sometimes that's worth it.
Pros: ASUS Build quality all metal everything. Minimal RGB and low GPU temps while Gaming. I think it fell asleep while playing Doom Eternmal 4k @ 144FPS
Cons: Slight coil whine if I hate to gripe about something but I hardly notice it
Overall Review: This is what Jensen was talking about when he said its safe to upgrade. Papa I have ascended. Thanks Newegg!