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ZOTAC's RTX 3090 Trinity Graphics Card has been Pictured

Here's a look at your first custom RTX 3090

ZOTAC's RTX 3090 Trinity Graphics Card has been Pictured

ZOTAC's RTX 3090 Trinity Graphics Card has been Pictured

Today, we got a glimpse of our first custom RTX 3090 graphics card design, ZOTAC's RTX 3090 Trinity, a triple-fan, triple-slot GPU which features RGB lighting and what appears to be a new SLI connector. 

Nvidia is due to reveal its RTX 30 series of graphics cards on September 1st, and it looks like their AIB partners are ready to showcase their custom models. Right now, it looks like Nvidia's RTX 3090 graphics card will feature 24GB of GDDR6X memory, offering more bandwidth and memory capacity than any Nvidia gaming graphics card before it. 

These images come via hd tecnologia and @momomo_us, who found these graphics cards on Zotac's website. References to other RTX graphics cards can also be seen on the website, such as AMP Extreme, Trinity HoLo and Twin Edge models for Nvidia's RTX 3090, RTX 3080 and RTX 3070 graphics cards. 
  

ZOTAC's RTX 3090 Trinity Graphics Card has been Pictured


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28-08-2020, 14:47:03

AlienALX
They have leaked their 3080 too. I would imagine it's the dual fan one.

https://i.imgur.com/Y7a9mQq.jpg

That one there lolQuote

28-08-2020, 15:12:05

Warchild
I love the backplate.Quote

28-08-2020, 15:53:01

Greenback
That does look nice, I like the flow of the cover front to backQuote

28-08-2020, 17:41:05

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by Warchild View Post
I love the backplate.
It may be hiding the co processor (well, tensor unit) if the rumours are true.

Tis nice and clean looking though.Quote

28-08-2020, 17:43:58

WYP
Quote:
Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
It may be hiding the co processor (well, tensor unit) if the rumours are true.

Tis nice and clean looking though.
I don't believe the co-processor rumours. If there are two things that Nvidia doesn't need, its latency or a silicon interposer. If Ampere for servers doesn't need it, why would consumer cards?Quote
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