GALAX Made a LEGO-Inspired GeForce RTX 3090 with Nintendo Switch Colors

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Is GALAX running out of ideas? EXP Review has shared images of the company’s latest GeForce RTX 3090 variant, the GeForce RTX 3090 GAMER, which – oddly enough – has a shroud inspired by LEGO bricks. We’re not sure where the correlation between high-performance GPU enthusiasts and toy blocks came from, but it actually looks pretty cool.

You can check out some shots of the GeForce RTX 3090 GAMER at the bottom of this article. While the LEGO inspiration is pretty obvious on the clear facing, it’s especially evident on the sides – it almost looks as if GALAX snuck actual black LEGO parts in there. And while the jury is out as to whether users can actually attach minifigures, the design meshes surprisingly well with the heat sink.

GALAX’s GeForce RTX 3090 GAMER also steals a few design cues from Nintendo’s current hybrid console. The blue and red, which you can see on the ends and backplate graphic, appear to be exact matches for the Switch’s standard Joy-Con controllers.

Complete specifications are unknown, but according to EXP Review, the GPU measures 340 mm in length and supports addressable RGB lighting effects. Could this be another $1,799 GeForce RTX 3090?

Tsing Mui
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