GIGABYTE RTX 4090 Smiles For the Camera

Just a few days past, a leak came up showcasing the RTX 4090 from ZOTAC. The GPU featured a 3 fan & a four-slot design. In addition, the packaging confirmed the new GEFORCE logo design. We could not get a clear view of the features ‘specific’ to the RTX 4090. Just today, wxnod on Twitter has shared another image of the RTX 4090’s packaging, this time from GIGABYTE.

The Design

Sadly, we didn’t get an image of the actual GPU, although everyone’s free to guess, right? The GPU features 3 fans and from the looks of it, the GIGABYTE 4090 ships with a 2-slot design. What’s interesting is that the actual thickness of the GPU is around 4 slots, so you’ll need a VGA holder in order to keep your motherboard safe.

RTX 4090 | wxnod

The New Logo

NVIDIA’s new logo features 2 fonts, namely the old GEFORCE RTX and the new NVIDIA Sans NALA. The latter is slightly less thick. 

NVIDIA New Logo | NVIDIA via Videocardz

Now this indeed has sparked up some controversy in the community. Many say that the new logo looks extremely bland and quote unquote ‘weird’. To many, the biggest issue is the design of the ‘4090’. To back this up, when the RTX 4000 GPUs first showed up, many refused to even believe those pictures citing a ‘poor’ font choice.

A Possible GPU Reveal

While this is not official, the design appears almost identical to the Gigabyte GeForce RTX 3090 Ti Gaming OC 24G. The designs below can be taken as reference. 

RTX 3090 Ti Gaming OC | elchapuzasinformatico

The GIGABYTE RTX 4090 could feature the same aluminium heatsink radiator configuration. In addition, elchapuzasinformatico mentions that the RTX 3090 Ti from GIGABYTE did not feature any lighting (RGB), so expect the same for its Lovelace counterpart. 

RTX 3090 Ti Gaming OC | elchapuzasinformatico

(All credits go to elchapuzasinformatico for the pictures)

RTX 4090

The RTX 4090 from Lovelace ships with the AD102 GPU powered by 24GB of G6X memory. A few days ago, the TSE score of the RTX 4090 showed up and it was 3x faster than the RTX 3080 from Ampere. We expect to hear more from NVIDIA on the 20th of September at their GTC Keynote. Stay tuned for more information.

SKUChipFP32/CUDAMax ClockCacheMemory BusVRAMMemory SpecSpeed (Gbps)TDP
RTX 4090 TiAD102-350184323.0 GHz?96MB382-bit24GBGDDR6X24600W?
RTX 4090AD102-300163843.0GHz+96MB382-bit24GBGDDR6X23450W
RTX 4080 TiAD10214848?2.7 GHz80MB?320-bit20GBGDDR6X23420W
RTX 4080AD103-300102403.2 GHz64MB256-bit16GBGDDR6X23320W
RTX 4080 (Variant 1)AD103-300-A197283.1GHz?48MB256-bit16GBGDDR6X23320W
RTX 4080 (Variant 2)AD103-30097283.1GHz48MB?256-bit/192-bit12GBGDDR6X23?
RTX 4070 TiAD104-400?76803.0GHz?192-bit12GBGDDR6X21300W?
RTX 4070 (Original)AD104-275?7680>2.7GHz?192-bit12GBGDDR6X21285W
RTX 4060 TiAD10466563.2 GHz?40MB?160-bit10GBGDDR6X (?)18275W
RTX 4060AD10643523.0 GHz?32MB128-bit8GBGDDR6X (?)18240W
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