Zotac has introduced its new GeForce RTX 3090 ArcticStorm graphics card that features an advanced 20-phase voltage regulating module (VRM) and comes equipped with a stylish waterblock with built-in addressable RGB LEDs. There is a catch about this board though: it is not factory overclocked. Image 1 of 6 Image 2 of 6 Image 3 of 6 Image 4 of 6 Image 5 of 6 Image 6 of 6 The Zotac Gaming GeForce RTX 3090 ArcticStorm features a 16+4-phase power delivery enhanced with the company’s proprietary PowerBoost capacitor that reduces ripple noise and power fluctuations. The board has three eight-pin power connectors which can deliver up to 450W of power to the GPU and memory. Perhaps, the oddest ‘features’ of Zotac’s GeForce RTX 3090 ArticStorm are its GPU frequencies. For some reason, Zotac decided not to factory overclock one of its flagship graphics cards and left GPU clocks at 1395 MHz base and 1695 MHz boost, exactly what is recommended by Nvidia. The card comes equipped with a specially designed translucent water block that has a copper contact plate to maximize heat transfer, and 0.3 mm micro-channels to increase surface area and cooling performance. The contact plate covers Nvidia’s GA102 GPU, GDDR6X memory, and VRM, the components… Read full this story
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