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NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 Founders Edition Leaked Renders Show Bigger Fans

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 with leaked renderings shows the card's appearance and performance graph in games and programs.

The alleged renders of the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 graphics card showing bigger fans than those currently seen on the reference RTX 3090 and RTX 3090 Ti models have been leaked. These are renders shared by QbitLeaks that suggest somewhat more robust cooling of the GPU. Check out more details below.

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 Leaked Renders Show Bigger Fans

nvidia geforce rtx 4090 leaked renders show bigger fans

The Nvidia GeForce RTX 4090 graphics card will once again have a reference model of Founders Edition, and according to some leaked renders it is going to have a much bigger fan than we have seen so far.

These are renders and not actual images of the RTX 4090 GPU, although they do coincide with the latest leaks suggesting a revamped fan for the RTX 40 series graphics cards. In this case, a larger one, which is almost touching the edges of the cover. The fan seen in the render has about 7 blades, with the rest of the design remaining very similar to the RTX 30 series GPU.

If these renders are faithful to the original model, the RTX 4090 would have a triple slot design, so we will need space inside the computer chassis to install such a graphics card.

In addition, some benchmark results have been added that are comparing RTX 4090 with the RTX 3090, or that is what we want to understand because it is not specified in the graph. According to these results, performance results are between 80% and 120%.

nvidia geforce rtx 4090 benchmark results

The RTX 4090 will use the AD102-300 chip with around 16384 CUDA cores. The amount of memory is 24GB GDDR6X, which is a capacity designed to play in 4K resolutions, even in 8K.

The images were posted with a cryptic “GTC” note. We may find out more during NVIDIA’s GTC event, which will be held between September 19 and 22. We just have to wait to see if NVIDIA will make the announcement at the upcoming GTC event.