PCI Express 4.0
|Interface||PCI Express 4.0|
|GPU Series||NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 Series|
|GPU||GeForce RTX 4090|
|Core Clock||2520 MHz|
|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||850W|
|Max GPU Length||331 mm|
|Date First Available||September 23, 2022|
Pros: - Phenomenal Cooling - Appealing non-RGB design - No coil whine - Silent operation - Included customizable support stand
Cons: The adapter cable is terrible and inflexible, but thats NVIDIAs fault, not Gigabytes.
Overall Review: Great card for the price compared to the other 4090s which get you no real gain in performance. This is worth every penny, and likely has plenty of overlocking headroom on the core if you undervolt. There is little point to it though, and they cant be turned past 106% power anyways.
Overall Review: feels like im bottlenecked by a 5900x at 1440p
Pros: Insanely fast GPU. Overclocks are on-par with other 4090s (2900 MHz core, +1500 memory offset). GPU support bracket included to prevent any GPU sag No audible coil whine Card stays very cool and quiet. Stays below 65C and it's quieter than my 3090 Founders Edition card was. Dual BIOS! Nice, clean visual design.
Cons: I don't like that this card only has two PCI-e slots to support it when it's a 3.5 slot card. It should have used 3 PCI-e slots for support. It's a 4090 and carries the 4090's sky high price tag. But hey, Jensen has to pay for those jackets somehow.
Overall Review: I don't see any point spending $100-400 additional for the custom models; you don't really miss out on anything by just getting this and saving the extra money. Gigabyte really knocked it out of the park with this as their baseline model. Also, note that this card is HUGE. Make sure your case can fit it. This card *barely* fits in my Lian Li O11D-XL.
Pros: - Great cooling - Quiet fans - +200 mhz on the core and +1500 memory OC is stable on my card - It's "small" for a 4090, and I was able to fit it in a Fractal Torrent NANO!
Cons: - Sometimes I feel guilty I have so many frames. It's like rolling around on a bed of money, but with FPS.
Overall Review: I would really recommend this card, or any other $1599 4090, b/c that's what they should cost, and if you get a $2k 4090, I seriously doubt you'll get much faster OCs than I am on core/memory.
Pros: - Ridiculously fast - Quiet so far - Clean look - Comes with sag bracket - Slightly recessed power mount helps to allow you to bend the cable properly
Cons: - 3 slot mounts would have been nice instead of 2 - It's huge, but all 4090s are, check your case size - No RGB, if that's your thing
Overall Review: This thing is a beast. Hopefully some more DLSS3 games will be available soon, but this card should have a lot of staying power.
Pros: Item came exactly as described (new!) and works great. Shipping was super fast!
Overall Review: Great would buy from dealsaday with no hesitation
Overall Review: I have run top tier Gigabyte cards since the 900 series... yet I could not agree more with the reviewer that states "No need for the more expensive models". I avoided the "Master" this time around because of its immense size. I have a Corsair 1000D case, but even in a case that spacious I was still going to have to reconfigure some things to get that card (The Master) to fit. So, I opted for the smaller "WINDFORCE" base model and have no regrets. It walks all over my previous 3090 AORUS master and runs way cooler. Using the "AORUS engine" auto-curve utility, I am running a 2900 MHz + overclock with no negative issues... I'm sure I could get more out of it if I tweaked it manually.. But why? ...I'm utilizing every bit of my 144hz monitor @ 4K in most AAA titles (ultra settings) so I don't really feel the need to push it any further. hwinfo64 screenshot attached (144hz monitor- 4K Gaming) along with a couple of system pics for reference. My Rig: Z690 Aorus master - 13900k CPU/ E cores disabled - Gigabyte RTX 4090 Windforce - G.SKILL F5-7200J3445G16GX2-TZ5RK - Corsair 1600i PSU - Samsung 990 Pro drives - 1.6 liter custom loop - EK block/ Monsta 420 - Corsair 1000D case
Pros: Powerful. It's an absolute beast of a card. It's also a relatively quiet card too as long as the fans aren't full blast.
Cons: Getting nvlddmkm crashes when in near idle state trying to watch videos in Chrome/Firefox. The crashes ranging from a restart of the driver to a straight up hardlock of the system. The workaround for now is to set the card to Max Performance mode in Nvidia Control Panel, but there's a concern that the card I have might just be badly binned. Also the drivers in general seem to be hit-or-miss for the 4090 right now depending on what you want to focus on using the card for. The GPU support stand is too short for my Phanteks Enthoo Pro 2 by about 1.5 inches.
Overall Review: This is a great card overall, but it does have some faults that might be worth considering another card. The biggest one being the potential melting adapter mess. The other would be the state of the drivers right now.
Pros: Fast, cool and quiet. Not as monstrous as other models.
Cons: Huge, but they all are. Not much RGB, but many people like that I guess.
Overall Review: Recommended. It is fast and functional. Looks great in black builds.
Pros: -The RTX 4090 lives up to its name in raw performance -The encoder inside the 4090 gives the highest quality and frame rates in recording, and undeniable quality in streams at the highest presets available -DLSS 3.0 and frame generation
Cons: -Pricing is a little high HOWEVER can be entirely justified by the raw performance it gives at 1440p and 4k resolution gaming -Not many DLSS 3.0 and frame generation compatible titles at release, however more are to come and should be expected to be a standard with future game releases -No AV1 support for live-streaming yet since streaming sites such as Twitch or YouTube do not support it, but can easily not be a con in the future once they do.
Overall Review: -Overall, Id recommend this card. If you are on the fence unsure if its worth the purchase especially if you play at 1440p, Id say its worth it. Yes you will have a CPU bottleneck especially if not running one of the highest end processors such as the 13700k or 13900k, however you can look at it as a worthy card for probably the entirety of this generation of gaming. Id rather have a CPU bottleneck at 200 FPS with an upgrade able to bring it to 300+ than to have no bottleneck at around 100 FPS. -As a streamer, I can say if you want to have a VERY capable card for streaming or content creation, this is the one for you.