Many manufacturers are preparing new GeForce RTX 3090 Ti graphics cards. In addition to the previously exposed MSI RTX 3090 Ti SUPRIM X, there are also products from EVGA and Colorful graphics card manufacturers. Like MSI’s GeForce RTX 3090 Ti,
both EVGA and Colorful offer large cooling solutions to deal with the high heat generated by the new Nvidia card.
EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 Ti FTW Ultra graphics card uses an air-cooled cooling solution with a thickness of 3.5 slots. The new FTW3 Ultra heat dissipation design has become larger and is equipped with a 12+4Pin new 12VHPWR power supply interface to adapt to the more power-hungry GA102-350 GPU.
Colorful has prepared three GeForce RTX 3090 Ti graphics cards, including Neptune, BattleAx Deluxe, and Vulcan series. Among them, the PCB of GeForce RTX 3090 Ti BattleAx Deluxe is much shorter than EVGA’s products, allowing Colorful to provide large openings on the back to improve heat dissipation efficiency.
Colorful also adopts a 3.5-slot thickness design on the RTX 3090 Ti iGame Vulcan OC. The radiator is thicker than the previous RTX 3090 Vulcan, and the top is equipped with a color LCD screen. It is understood that the clock of the RTX 3090 Ti iGame Vulcan OC is higher than that of the BattleAx Deluxe series.
iGame Neptune OC is a water-cooling product, the PCB design should be the same as the RTX 3090 Ti iGame Vulcan OC, however, the 3.5-slot air-cooled cooling solution was changed to an integrated water-cooled cooling solution, and the thickness was reduced to dual-slot, connected to a 280 radiator with two fans.
The currently exposed GeForce RTX 3090 Ti, if using air-cooled heat dissipation, at least adopts a three-slot thickness design. Since GeForce RTX 3090 Ti supports SLI and NVLink connection, players can theoretically achieve dual GPU configuration, but such a heavy heat dissipation scale may encounter many problems in an actual installation.