The GALAX GeForce RTX 3090 Ti HOF OC Lab Edition it seems to have been created to break records and achieve overclock speeds far above the competition, at least in theory. And it is that the first images of the custom PCB of this monstrous card show a power supply system of nothing more and nothing less than 28 phases in the VRMs.
Of those 28 phases, 4 are for memory and the remaining 24 will be responsible for delivering power to the GPU. To give us an idea, for example, a high-end model based on the same RTX 3090 Ti as the MSI RTX 3090 DELETE X 24G It has a total of 21 phases, of which 17 are for the GPU and the remaining 4 for memory.
This model is powered by two 16-pin PCIe 5.0 connectors to receive up to 1,200 W
And where will the energy needed to feed those 28 VRM phases come from? Well, from the two enormous PCI Express 16-pin ATX 3.0 PCIe 5.0 connectors, capable of delivering in a combined and theoretical way the whopping of 1200W total.
The graphics card is covered by a liquid cooling block, a necessary solution to cool the great power that it will be capable of developing. Possibly it will not take too long to see the first overclock records that are achieved with this GALAX GeForce RTX 3090 Ti HOF OC Lab Edition
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