Nvidia’s board partner Galax has introduced a new graphics card that will be released to mark the company’s 20th anniversary. This is the Galax GeForce RTX 4090 20th Anniversary Edition, which has a powerful heat sink.
Galax was founded in Hong Kong in 1994 and has been offering hardware components and computer peripherals ever since. In 2007 the company was eventually acquired by manufacturer Palit Microsystems, which also includes Palit, Gainward and KFA2. Galax is now celebrating its 20th company anniversary with several special editions, including anniversaries of China market activity. Among other things in celebration, a special edition of the Nvidia GeForce RTX 4090 (test), which will be released 11. November should come to market. However, availability may be limited in some Asian markets.
The heart of the Galax RTX 4090 Anniversary Edition is the AD102 GPU, which has 16,384 shader units and 128 ray tracing cores. According to Galax, shaders can be used up to 2.595 MHz clock, which roughly matches the level of the KFA2 RTX 4090 SG. There are pluses 24 GB GDDR6X-videospeaker, which is connected via a 384-bit wide memory interface. The graphics card is powered via a 16-pin 12VHPWR connector, TDP up to 516 watts.
Cooling takes place through a huge cooler, the whole thing 344 mm length and 60 mm high. Based on the Galaxy heat sink design Nvidia Founders Edition. One fan is used on top and two fans are used on top. The entire cooler is finished in white, with some silver metallic accents on the back. The graphics card is rounded off by RGB lighting.
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