PCI Express 4.0 x16
1 x 16-Pin
|Interface||PCI Express 4.0 x16|
|GPU Series||NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 Series|
|GPU||GeForce RTX 4090|
|DirectX||DirectX 12 Ultimate|
|HDMI||1 x HDMI 2.1|
|DisplayPort||3 x DisplayPort 1.4|
|Max Resolution||7680 x 4320|
|Thermal Design Power||450W|
|Recommended PSU Wattage||1000W|
|Power Connector||1 x 16-Pin|
|Max GPU Length||340 mm|
|Card Dimensions (L x H)||L=340 mm, W=150.2 mm, H=75.2 mm|
|Date First Available||September 23, 2022|
Pros: This card is an absolutely beast. I have thrown every game title at it that I have from mw2 battlefield 2042, and rust. No drops in fps maintaining a full 4k resolution.
Cons: It gets hot but thats pretty normal with 4090s also the cable that comes with it kinda stinks but still manages to fit in my case.
Overall Review: I would buy another if I could. Its a great card 10/10
Pros: Hilariously powerful VRAM? YES CUDA CORES? VERY YES MEMORY BANDWIDTH? ALL OF IT Has dinner ready for me by the time I'm home from work
Cons: Had to sell a chunk of my lung on the black market to afford it, but it's worth it.
Overall Review: First time actually splurging on the best of the best. Couldn't be more satisfied with the performance. Do yourself a favor and order a custom 12vhpwr cable from cablemods or buy a power supply that includes one. I got the MSI MPG A1000G PCIE5 1000W and it works perfectly. The nvidia adaptor isn't worth the anxiety of wondering if or when it will melt.
Pros: Runs anything maxed 1440 144fps (4k 144fps very possible) Puts out heat for the winter
Cons: THICCC funny adapter No display port 2.0
Overall Review: If you want big gamer energy, slap this in the the rig. (make sure it will fit in your case before buying)
Pros: -Fast. -Well built, seem sturdy. -Pretty quiet for how large it is. -Stays cool. Fans barely spin with a 5120x1440p at 120hz in Destiny 2. Other more taxing games it does stay on longer. -Hasnt caught fire yet.
Cons: -The size of the card list does not include the mounting bracket by the Outputs. So when comparing to an EVGA FTW3 3080 this card is longer than expected. This is because the gigabyte dimensions are in case only. Not total card length. -RGB control is not good. -Worries about that 12VHPR connector.
Overall Review: Yes I would recommend it with my experience so far.
Pros: Its a great card, had a little trouble installing it but I learn from ThisBytesForYou on Youtube how to do it all. It is a SUPER fast card
Cons: The gpu sag bracket it came with was nice, but wouldn't fit my case. ThisBytesForYou on Youtube taught me how to install it with a different bracket. Its a big card
Overall Review: Awesome card, but you need room
Pros: Great product runs efficient and hasnt heated past a tolerable threshold after 4-5 hours of gaming. Not sure if crashed from Vanguard at ultra settings is a GPU problem but I get it games need updates. Dont want to blam the GPU just yet, Also turning on ray tracing in cyber punk caused NPCs to glitch or dissapear, and game to run a little funny, again theese are maxxed out settings like too the moon, so I dont want to blame the GPU because it may be a gaming update issue
Cons: barely fits in my case but not a huge con just had to work it in. The mounting bracket screws into two screws that are on the mother board, for my ROG STRIX motherboard where the bracket would sit are blocked by sata connection ports that I obviously cant move. so that bracket didnt go on. So I bought some magnetic post that can help lift the card but with the slightest support I Immediately started seing bunk frame rates, glitches, slow downs and this is for the new modern warfare campaign. When I removed the post I was back at 120+, so for now it will sag until I find a better solution, as far as the already attached flange on the video card I put as many screws to mount it to the frame so I digress
Overall Review: If you can find them I would buy it instantly, I came from a 2070 super so this is a huge leap for me
Cons: attention a avoir un boitier de 180mm d'espace car avec les fils et la plug, la carte prend beaucoup d'espace.
Overall Review: Excellent
Pros: -Plenty of performance available: Specific to CP2077, 1440p ultraRT no dlss (picture 1) is either matching or beating what I got on a 3090 WITH DLSS Quality. WITH DLSS Quality, was averaging around 120fps (picture 2). In Overwatch 2, I was able to use the highest preset and run 1440p 200% super sampling and still reach 141 fps (capped for gsync) rather easily. -Cooler on the card itself performs well. Fans don't spin until the card hits about 50-52C. Full gaming loads didn't get higher than ~63C in my limited testing so far. -Design aesthetic is decent. Not too flashy when RGB is turned off, but can be if RGB is turned on.
Cons: -RGB is abit dimmer than I was expecting, mainly from the gigabyte logo. -When going full speed, fans on the card are on the louder side (but tolerable) -Support bracket has compatibility issues. Didn't work on my Asus Crosshair VIII Extreme due to higher components underneath the bar that connects the two standoffs, but my motherboard did come with it's own support bracket, so no problem there... -12VHPWR adapter is tricky to cable manage, and does stick out a fair bit from the card. Not too big of a problem due to using a proper mid tower case (InWin Airforce), and is also somewhat mitigated by either having an atx3.0 PSU or getting a custom cable.
Overall Review: I didn't think the CPU or the 1440p 144hz monitors I have would be the bottleneck this quick into their lives, but here we are! Other specs as of review: Case: InWin Airforce PSU: EVGA G7 1000W Motherboard: Asus Crosshair VIII Extreme CPU: Ryzen 7 5800x3d CPU Cooler: Arctic liquid freezer II 240mm Memory: 32GB G.Skill Trident Z NEO (2x16gb, DDR4 4000 C18) OS on PCIE 3.0x4 NVME (WD SN750), games were tested on XPG GAMMIX S70 Blade 2TB or a Sabrent Rocket 4 plus 1TB whenever possible.