NVIDIA’s RTX 4090 all use the 12VHPWR power supply interface, and the layout of the interface is not that of the RTX 30 series. In addition, the design of the RTX 4090 graphics card is generally wider. If the power supply does not have a 12VHPWR port, four 8pin to 12VHPWR adapter cables must be used, which further increases the required space, which is very unfriendly to those narrow chassis.
The module line manufacturer Cablemod has launched
a special 90 degree angle 12VHPWR adapter for the RTX 4090 graphics card. As shown in the picture, this 90° angle can provide compatibility with the chassis. It only needs 23.2mm of space, which is far more space-saving than the original version and can also reduce the clutter of the wire to a certain extent. The adapter can support a complete 600W power delivery.
This adapter has two orientations to choose from. Players can choose which orientation to choose according to their chassis and power supply design.
Cablemod’s 12VHPWR 90 degree angle adapter will go on sale at the end of this month, and no specific price has been announced yet.