ASUS officially releases ROG Matrix GeForce RTX 4090 graphics card

Asus has officially unveiled the ROG Matrix GeForce RTX 4090, a limited-edition masterpiece, and its most rapid flagship graphics card, priced exorbitantly at $3,199.99. The firm has employed a lavish compact design with water-cooling capabilities, supporting the AURA SYNC illumination synchronization, and pushing the boundaries of extravagance. Moreover, each card comes bundled with a redemption code, granting access to an exclusive NFT.

Asus proclaims the ROG Matrix GeForce RTX 4090 graphics card to be its most refined embodiment of the Ada Lovelace architecture GPU to date. It boasts a seamless metal framework spanning 2.5 slots, enveloped in an aesthetically pleasing shroud illuminated with RGB effects. The card is devoid of any fans, with a metallic brace at its rear to support the liquid conduits, integrating a liquid metal thermal component, with the entirety of its cooling managed by a unified water-cooling solution. Paired with it is the ROG MF-12 ARGB series fan, the same model recently used in the new ROG Ryujin III series water-cooler, featuring a magnetic attachment for ease of handling by enthusiasts.

The ROG Matrix GeForce RTX 4090 employs a 28-phase power delivery system and a fully customized PCB. New thermal sensors have been strategically placed around the GPU chip and power modules, coupled with tailored firmware, pinpointing potential hotspots caused by uneven thermal pad installation. Its default power consumption stands at 500W, surging to 600W in OC mode, reaching the power limit of the 12VHPWR interface. The card operates at a boosted frequency of 2670MHz under default settings, escalating to 2700MHz in OC mode. Users can utilize the GPU Tweak III software to monitor the operational status of the graphics card and make requisite adjustments.

From September 26th to October 10th, 2023, Asus will also host a charitable auction for the ROG Matrix GeForce RTX 4090, where participants can bid on a card signed by NVIDIA’s CEO, Jensen Huang. All proceeds from this endeavor will be generously donated to the Make-A-Wish Foundation.