PCI Express 4.0
|Interface||PCI Express 4.0|
|GPU Series||NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 Series|
|GPU||GeForce RTX 4090|
|Game Clock||2610 MHz|
|Boost Clock||2640 MHz|
|DirectX||DirectX 12 Ultimate|
|HDMI||2 x HDMI 2.1|
|DisplayPort||3 x DisplayPort 1.4a|
|Max Resolution||7680 x 4320|
|Thermal Design Power||450W|
|Recommended PSU Wattage||1000W|
|Power Connector||1 x 16-Pin|
|Max GPU Length||358 mm|
|Card Dimensions (L x H)||357.6 x 70.1mm|
|Slot Width||3.5 Slot|
|Package Contents||1 x Collection Card|
1 x Speedsetup Manual
1 x Adapter Cable
1 x ROG Graphics Card Holder
1 x ROG Velcro Hook & Loop
1 x Thank you Card
|Date First Available||September 26, 2022|
Pros: - Card averages 200-325W of power draw when playing most games at UWQHD 175hz, significantly lower than a 3090 FTW3 in the same games - Average temps between 50-56C while under significant load (Modern Warfare 2) - Fans hover between 1000-1300RPM, are not audible over case fans/NH-D15 - Faceplate colors are not nearly as exaggerated as beauty pics suggest
Cons: - 4x 8-pin to 16-pin adapter makes for a lot of extra cable management - Large footprint - Healthy markup (25%) compared to $1600 MSRP
Overall Review: I've been an EVGA fan since the 8000 series but personally settled on this Strix card over a FE/base model because this time because: 1) EVGA exited the market this generation 2) let's face it, the lower price cards sold out very quickly 3) reviewers were saying the Strix was one of the coolest (on par with some AIO offerings) and quietest models I'm very happy with my purchase. The card, while large, fits comfortably inside a Fractal Torrent and did not require any anti-sag retention mechanism to sit relatively flat. It draws significantly less power than my old 3090 (~250-325W instead of ~350-400W) while far exceeding the performance, obviating the need for me to overclock it to draw far more power for a few extra % points of performance. The Strix also runs substantially cooler (avg. 50-56C) than previous halo GPUs and is inaudible vs. the rest of my system so I don't feel the need to watercool this generation. I'm super happy with the Strix this generation and the 4090 is an overall beast.
Pros: -Very powerful, this GPU runs all my games in 4K 144Hz rock solid. -Ray tracing and DLSS 3.0 is mind blowing!!! -Included a 4X 8 Pins to 16 Pin 12VHPWR converter power cable. -Extremely well designed cooling solution. Full power consumption with only 63oC at most. -No coil whine for the GPU I received.
Cons: -Need to use the converter cable for power, the 4X 8 Pins to 16 Pin 12VHPWR, which is cumbersome to do the cable routing/management. -Very expensive, and need a very powerful power supply to pair with it. -This card needs a very large PC case for well cooling and the size fit.
Overall Review: I would only recommend this GPU to extreme enthusiastic gamer. Although this card provides top of the line performance, this is a very expensive GPU. If you have the money to spend, this GPU would provide you the mind blowing experience.
Pros: -big chungus -runs extremely cool (28C idle, 45-55C ish on load) vs Gigabyte 3090 (40C ish idle, 75+ C load) -Memory junction temperature is almost identical to the core, very cool. -Extremely quiet even on performance mode -Nice design
Cons: -big chungus -Way too tall: Provided cable + height of this GPU won't allow the side panel to close. Needs aftermarket cables to counter these issues. -Way too lengthy: Needs a lot of clearance. Full tower minimum. The GPU barely clears off of the distro plate pump. -Thick boy: Can't fit my sound card in my pc no more -Power slider up to %120 adds almost zero improvement. Voltage limited. Very sad since you pay premium extra for it.
Overall Review: Picture is compared to 3090 and that card was known for being BFGPU. No more. Great performance overall The DLSS 3.0 is a joke at this stage. DLSS 3.0: Tested in Plague Tale Requiem. Causes 90-100+ms render latency, crazy screen tears with Gsync panel, and etc....
Pros: - Cooling is top notch. I never hear this thing, and it stays incredibly cool compared to my 3090 Ti - Performance is top notch. It's everything you've probably read. Binning appears to be good, I've not gotten it to fail with overclocking yet. - Build quality feels very good, more metal than plastic. Comes with plenty to get you going.
Cons: - Price. 4090 isn't cheap to start and this is pretty much the most expensive of them.
Overall Review: I would recommend this to anyone looking to get the absolute most performance. Newer CPU setups almost entirely required as this GPU will bottleneck older setups. No longer are you GPU bottlenecked.
Pros: The best graphics brick available. Paired with a 13900k, this card runs everything at max settings with no issues on an AW3423DW all while staying under 60 C. This is the best looking 4090 in my opinion- especially when equipped with the Pillar of Support. It prevents my card from emotional overheating.
Cons: The included 12VHPWR dongle is an eyesore and difficult to cable manage. Waiting on my cable from cablemod to fix this.
Overall Review: I would recommend this product if you can get it at MSRP and have enough $ to burn.
Pros: Quiet Beautiful
Overall Review: It's the best 4090 on the market, including the liquid cooled versions outside of GALAX HoF.
Pros: Works well, runs cool, renders fast, and pumps out a lot of frames
Cons: Only downside is how it's more expensive than every other card on the market
Overall Review: Would buy again, does the job and does it well
Pros: Great build quality. Minimal rgb. Great temperature under load and beast performance.
Overall Review: This is the card made for ROG fan boys. I personally think the 30 gen looks better but the 4090 strix has its own style. I am glad that it fits within the lianli xl case in terms of width. If you are expecting a price per dollar ratio on this card there are better choices since the all 4090s performance are very very close.