The GALAX RTX 4090 HOF Breaks 20 World Records

A while back, we reported that GALAX is allegedly preparing the highest-end RTX 4090 custom model to date. The GALAX RTX 4090 HOF (Hall Of Fame) reportedly features 2 x 16-pin connectors for almost 1200W of power. This is the first GPU ever to arrive with such a configuration. Of course, with such immense power, this GPU was tipped to almost certainly break a few world records and here we are. Benchlife reports that this behemoth of a GPU now has 20 world records to its name.

The Fastest RTX 4090

GALAX has not confirmed the existence of such a GPU, although it is expected to arrive very soon. The leaked PCB features a massive 36-phase VRM design. A few voltage measuring points are also present allowing overclockers to take real-time readings. Now, for the moment of truth, the RTX 4090 HOF has claimed the following records;

  1. 3DMark Port Royal / 31622
  2. 3DMark Time Spy / 41926
  3. 3DMark Time Spy Graphics Score / 44293
  4. 3DMark Time Spy Extreme Graphics Score / 23229
  5. 3DMark 11 Extreme / X59575
  6. 3DMark 11 Performance / 94414 (LOD)
  7. 3DMark Fire Strike / 74725
  8. 3DMark Fire Strike Extreme / 50941
  9. 3DMark Fire Strike Ultra / 30612
  10. GPUPI_32B / 49.049
  11. GPUPI_1B / 0.917
  12. Superposition 1080P Extreme / 29044
  13. Superposition 8K / 17896
  14. Catzilla 1080 / 136920
  15. Catzilla 1440P / 80417
  16. Catzilla 4K / 35156
  17. Catzilla 576P / 19352
  18. Catzilla 720 / 178780
  19. Unigine Basic / 16802.93
  20. Unigine Extreme / 16175.56

That is simply insane, although expected. The RTX 4090 HOF has no competitor as of now due to the exotic power delivery solution. This GPU can chug up almost 2x the power of a normal RTX 4090. Despite not scaling linearly, it will always perform better than other AIB RTX 4090s. 

RTX 4090

The RTX 4090 is powered by the AD102 GPU, which is unparalleled in terms of performance. The GPU features a massive 24GB of Samsung-made GDDR6X memory running at 24Gbps for 1152GB/s of effective bandwidth. Packed with 16384 CUDA Cores, this powerhouse is home to 75 billion transistors in total, more than 2.5x than the RTX 3090 Ti. A price tag of $1599 for the 4090 has had its fair share of criticism from the community.

SKUChipFP32/CUDASMsMax ClockCacheMemory BusVRAMMemory SpecSpeed (Gbps)TDP
RTX 4000 TitanAD102-450184321443.0GHz+?96MB?384/382-bit48GBGDDR6X24~800W
RTX 4090 TiAD102-350181761423.0 GHz?96MB382-bit24GBGDDR6X24600W?
RTX 4090AD102-300-A1163841282.52GHz96MB384-bit24GBGDDR6X21
450W+ (TGP) / 660W (Max TGP)
RTX 4080 TiAD102148481162.7 GHz?80MB?320-bit20GBGDDR6X23420W
RTX 4080 (16GB)AD103-300-A19728762.505GHz64MB256-bit16GBGDDR6X22.5
320W(TGP)/ 516W (Max TGP)
RTX 4070 Ti (4080 12GB Revamped) AD104-400-A17680602.61GHz48MB192-bit12GBGDDR6X21
285W (TGP) /366W (Max TGP)?
RTX 4070 AD104-300?7168562.61GHz?48MB?192-bit/160-bit12GB?GDDR6X21?250W
RTX 4060 TiAD1046656523.2 GHz?40MB?160-bit10GBGDDR6X (?)18200W
RTX 4060AD1064352343.0 GHz?32MB128-bit8GBGDDR6X (?)18180W



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