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Leaked Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 images reveal a massive card

In transient: The first photos of Nvidia’s Ampere-based GeForce RTX 3090 have leaked onto the Internet forward of Nvidia’s deliberate August 31 unveiling. The leaker, who mentioned the photographs got here from 4chan, described the cardboard because the “Titan” of this technology and claims it’ll retail for $1,400.

The photographs in query come courtesy of Twitter person @GarnetSunset. In the primary, we see the purported 3090 beside an RTX 2080, which it completely dwarfs by way of sheer dimension. The triple-slot card contains a single cooling fan on the entrance that’s mounted to a powerful wanting heatsink with no scarcity of cooling fin arrays.

Around again is an equally giant fan positioned on the reverse finish of the cardboard. As you possibly can see, a lot of the fins listed below are coated by a backplate. It additionally seems as if there’s something written on the backplate however this seems to have been digitally masked – possibly RTX 3090?

For what it’s value, the leaker additionally mentioned the 3080 shall be priced at $800 adopted by the 3070 at $600 and the 3060 at $400.

The heatsink design seems to be similar to the leaked 3080 heatsinks we noticed just a few months again.

As all the time, one ought to take leaks like these with a grain of salt. It’s enjoyable to take a position however we gained’t know for sure till Nvidia shares official particulars on the finish of the month.

Images courtesy @GarnetSunset

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