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EVGA has shared a press release detailing the PowerLink 41s, a new piece of hardware that seamlessly connects to the 16-pin power connector on EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 Ti FTW3 graphics cards and allows owners to branch out with 4x 8-pin cables, enabling what the company has described as better cable management and case airflow. The PowerLink 41s also offers power filtering, with multiple solid-sate capacitors filtering the power sources before it reaches the graphics card for improved stability and reduced ripple and noise, while its ARGB lighting can be controlled via EVGA’s Precision X1 software. EVGA’s PowerLink 41s is available now through its online store for $59.99.

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The EVGA PowerLink 41s seamlessly connects to your EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 Ti FTW3 while providing maximum stability, improved case airflow, and glows with fully-customizable ARGB LED. Designed exclusively for EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 Ti FTW3 Series with the new 16-pin power connector, the EVGA PowerLink 41s brings better cable management to a whole new generation.

Say goodbye to messy cables and connectors. Your EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 Ti FTW3 deserves better cable management and case airflow to go along with your perfectly-tailored system with the EVGA PowerLink 41s.

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2 comments

  1. I bit and ordered one. Just mainly for my curiosity more than anything. The cable they give you with the 3090 Ti is kind of cumbersome to hide so thankfully I have a dark case with no lighting under the card to see these cables. This indeed may help with better cable management.
  2. I bit and ordered one. Just mainly for my curiosity than anything. The cable they give you with the 3090 Ti is kind of cumbersome to hide so thankfully I have a dark case with no lighting under the card to see these cables. This indeed may help with better cable management.
    I was flip/flopping on it. I'm not so concerned with cable management since the bulk of mine is hidden behind a drive shroud but I was curious if it allowed more power delivery and in turn more overclock. I read a bunch of comments on the EVGA thread for it and also asked the guys what they thought and most believe there's a possibility of it cleaning up the power a little but mainly cable management would be its biggest potential.

    I look forward to hearing how it goes for you! I think at this point I'm just going to wait until I get PSU with a 16-pin connector rather that getting one for my needs.

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