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GIGABYTE has revealed the physical dimensions for the AORUS GeForce RTX 4090 MASTER 24G, and they can confirm that the custom graphics card will be quite the monstrosity. The AORUS GeForce RTX 4090 MASTER 24 measures L=358.5 W=162.8 H=75.1 mm, according to an updated specifications table, indicating that it will dwarf even the GeForce RTX 3090 Ti in size.

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From a VideoCardz report:

AORUS Master is equipped with three 11 cm fans. To give you some perspective, Mini-ITX GPUs can be as small as 17 cm. With a length of 35.8 cm and width of 16.2 cm, this card could easily fit four stacked ITX cards inside, and yes, we did the math.

The volume of RTX 4090 Aorus Master is 4,383 mm³, which is five times the volume of Gigabyte’s own ITX card. Alternatively, it could fit almost ten Radeon RX 6400 low profile cards. There is probably no scientific point in these calculations, but the size gap between RTX 40 and 30 series is already staggering.

GIGABYTE has confirmed that the AORUS GeForce RTX 4090 MASTER 24G will be available in October, alongside other models that include the AORUS GeForce RTX 4090 XTREME WATERFORCE and GeForce RTX 4090 GAMING OC. These will be followed by the company’s GeForce RTX 4080 options in November.

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12 comments

  1. This is utterly ridiculous, nvidia acts like 4xxx is some sort of revolutionary step, when in reality it's just using brute force to get the extra performance. And they are lying again about the actual numbers, because they use RT performance again, when they say it's twice as fast as a 3090Ti.

    Not to mention the misleading naming of the 4080 12GB, which has a lesser core than the 4080 16GB. I hope they get a good class action for that.
  2. This is utterly ridiculous, nvidia acts like 4xxx is some sort of revolutionary step, when in reality it's just using brute force to get the extra performance. And they are lying again about the actual numbers, because they use RT performance again, when they say it's twice as fast as a 3090Ti.

    Not to mention the misleading naming of the 4080 12GB, which has a lesser core than the 4080 16GB. I hope they get a good class action for that.

    4090 has the same official TDP as the 3090Ti though.

    I don't recall any 3090Ti's with huge heatsinks like this though.
  3. Seems like it's falling into the same trap as pick-up trucks. Bigger body, more doors, bigger lifts, wider tires -- but actually does less work than the generation before it did.

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