PCI Express 4.0
|Interface||PCI Express 4.0|
|GPU Series||NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 Series|
|GPU||GeForce RTX 3090 Ti|
|Core Clock||1935 MHz|
|CUDA Cores||10752 Cores|
|Effective Memory Clock||21000 MHz|
|DirectX||DirectX 12 Ultimate|
|HDMI||1 x HDMI 2.1|
|DisplayPort||3 x DisplayPort 1.4a|
|Max Resolution||7680 x 4320|
|Virtual Reality Ready||Yes|
|Recommended PSU Wattage||850W|
|Power Connector||1 x 16-Pin|
|Max GPU Length||238 mm|
|Card Dimensions (L x H)||9.37" x 5.55"|
|Slot Width||2 Slots|
|Package Contents||Accessory |
12-pin power cable
STICKER FOR AORUS
|Date First Available||March 29, 2022|
Pros: The card is fantastic, as is the cooling.
Cons: However, you cannot change the fans. The pins are not like regular fans. It was a difficult transition to RGB fans.
Overall Review: I love it!
Pros: - Extraordinarily fast, but you knew this from the tin. It's a watercooled 3090 Ti. - Fans are pretty quiet. More on them later. - If you like it, this has zero RGB. Turns out I do like it, but if you're looking for showy for your dollar, this ain't it.
Cons: - The fans are proprietary! They are good and quiet, yes, but the cable is lazily zip tied along one of the hoses (outside the mesh, even more insultingly) and does not use a standard 4pin PWM connector. The cable is not long enough to remount the fans without considerable fortune. I ended up snipping the zip ties and rerouting the cable through my case to mount the fans on the outside of the AIO. I was able to do this, but this was insultingly complex for a product as expensive as this one, and if my rad wasn't so close to the card, it wouldn't have had the length. - It doesn't feel like a product that debuted around $2k. The shroud on the card is somewhat flimsy, the mesh is loose on the hoses, and it has zero RGB in today's market. Yes, it came with a cool chibi owl thingy, but I've bought midrange cards with twice the swag in the box than this halo product. Honestly, it almost feels phoned in. - My pump is very noisy. Luckily, I was able to control for this, but it would have been possibly a deal-breaker if I hadn't specced for noise damping wherever I could. This is probably card-by-card specific, but you can get a lunker, and for however much effort you put out to get it, it's disheartening.
Overall Review: If you want an AIO water-cooled GPU with a big rad, you don't have many options. The black/gold aesthetic is good for me, but the lack of customization from RGBs is worth noting for most builders. It also doesn't really match other AORUS products (hi MSI, that's a nice matching scheme). With the 4xxx series around the corner, unless the aesthetic is absolutely your thing and you must buy a GPU NOW, I'd probably pass. Gigabyte, please put a little more effort in on the 4's.
Pros: - Low temp around 30 degree idle and 70 degree on full load - Very powerful, helps a lot in my 3D renders
Cons: - Drain a lot of power - around 320W on average load - Noisy pump (some buzzing inside) - Fan always running (no zero RPM mode) minimum 30%
Overall Review: I'd love to recommend this card to anyone who wants their temp low even on hard load but I really don't like the sound of the pump which is so annoying, especially if your PC is in right on your desk. And fans didn't go to zero RPM mode so minimum 30% fan is kinda noisy as well. Water cooling meant to be quiet, at least that I was expected from this card, but that buzzing sound... makes me crazy.
Overall Review: Love it
Pros: Runs cool. Very simple and handsome aesthetics.
Cons: There is no rgb. Some might think they arent't getting their money's worth.
Overall Review: If you want the best and can afford it, buy it. If you can't afford it, dont't buy it. Average user won't notice perceptible gains in performance. If you study benchmarking data, you see modest gains.
Pros: - Faaaast - Waterforce cooler (triple fan + 360mm radiator) - Slimmer than fan cooled 3090 Ti cards
Cons: - No RGB - Only 1 HDMI port (wish there was 2) - Expensive
Overall Review: Worth it if you're well overdue for a new GPU and have the cash.
Pros: Cool, fast, sleek. With the correct software, zero RPM fan mode is available.
Overall Review: Im happy with it. Aorus build quality is great. I dropped my 3090ti (the one in the review) about 4ft onto my wood floor and it ate it like a bowl of cereal! Still runs great and with the correct software there is a zero rpm fan mode.
Overall Review: Yeah the power is here
Pros: - fastest single video card out there - quiet with the closed loop cooling - closed system so no additional piping required - Newegg took care of the RMA quickly
Cons: - first one was DOA! - make sure the clear tape on the box is intact
Overall Review: - totally overkill for anyone's needs - great card if you want the fastest one and have extra $$$