ASUS has announced that it is running a charity auction for a ROG Matrix GeForce RTX 4090 graphics card signed by NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang from September 26 to October 10, the proceeds of which will be going directly to the Make-A-Wish foundation. Now available for purchase, the ROG Matrix GeForce RTX 4090 is a premium version of NVIDIA’s flagship Ada GPU that is said to deliver “absolute pinnacle performance” while operating quietly thanks to liquid metal thermal compound on the GPU die and a premium 360 mm AIO cooler. The graphics card, which costs $3,199.99 and features a boost clock of 2.7 GHz, has already set eight overclocking records, according to the ASUS ROG post.
You’re likely familiar with the performance of NVIDIA’s powerhouse GeForce RTX 4090 already, backed by 3rd generation RT cores, 4th gen Tensor cores, and DLSS 3 frame generation tech to make your games look smoother and more realistic than ever. Our ROG Matrix GeForce RTX 4090 pushes this tech to new heights, with an incredible boost clock of 2700 MHz — the highest of any RTX 4090 available today.
This is possible thanks to a wealth of ROG innovations. The ROG Matrix GeForce RTX 4090 is the first production GPU to feature liquid metal as the thermal interface material, harnessing its incredible conductivity for out of this world cooling. An all-in-one cooling loop featuring our custom-engineered cold plate and embedded pump feature an optimized coolant flow rate to send heat through 700mm tubing and toward the 360mm radiator, both designed for easy building. Magnetic daisy-chainable fans show off your own RGB lighting while minimizing cable clutter for an extremely clean look.
The ROG Matrix GeForce RTX 4090 is available to purchase now. This is a limited edition card, so get yours before they’re gone — along with a premium PSU like the ROG Thor 1000W Platinum II. We’re also running a charity auction for this card from September 26 through October 10th. Bid on an ROG Matrix card signed by NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang, with all of the proceeds going directly to the Make-A-Wish Foundation, and you’ll have a truly one-of-a-kind GPU. Visit the charity auction page for more information.