The supposed GALAX GeForce RTX 4090 graphics card should start with an extreme design including a quad-slot cooling system and quadruple fans.
The first pictures of the upcoming “Serious Gaming” series from GALAX have appeared on the internet. It is said to show a graphics card from the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 series. The model pictured appears to be an RTX 4090 – at least judging by the beefy looks.
If we take a closer look at the GPU, we see a quad-slot design, which once again outshines previous twin or even triple-slot designs. According to the pictures, the GeForce RTX 4090 SG gets three fans on the front and another separate fan on the back.
The card will probably come with a backplate and shroud (airflow control cover). In addition, the RGB elements do not seem to have been placed on the top and sides, but also on the fan on the bottom. It has a certain Iron Man Arc Reactor vibe to it and I really like it.
Where you then seemed to be a bit unimaginative is the design of the packaging. Yes, we’ve all seen Squid Game, but that doesn’t mean it has to be used everywhere.
GALAX’s serious gaming design (also known as the SG series) is usually the entry-level series. Above it is a high-end design with the abbreviation “HOF”. So there could be an even more extreme map coming our way in the future.
Supposed performance data of the Nvidia RTX 4090
This is not the first leak that is said to show an Nvidia GeForce RTX 4090. Just a few days ago, a Zotac 4090 and its packaging appeared online. At the same time, the performance data of the first three GPUs of the RTX 40 series made the rounds (same news). Accordingly, the next battleship from Nvidia should have up to 660 watts TGP.
According to rumors, Nvidia should at least unveil the RTX 4090 on September 19 at a GTC 2022 event. That would also explain the number of leaks, as more and more retailers are preparing for an early start and want to have their advertising material at hand. As soon as there is official information about it, you will of course find it here on our blog.