Tag: RTX 4090
Did You Know NVIDIA has a Verified Priority Access Program for Buying RTX 40 Series GPUs?
by Sebastian Peak | Nov 19, 2022 | General Tech | 1
This one got by me somehow, but NVIDIA offered a Verified Priority Access trial program when the GeForce RTX 4090 Founders Edition launched. According to news posted on geforce.com on...Read More
NVIDIA Officially Responds to 12VHPWR Situation with Power Connector Update
by Sebastian Peak | Nov 18, 2022 | Graphics Cards | 0
We already learned this from Gamers Nexus a couple of days ago, but it's official now: you need to plug your 12VHPWR connector in all the way (and keep it there).…Read More
53 Games, Three CPUs And One RTX 4090
by Jeremy Hellstrom | Nov 7, 2022 | Graphics Cards | 0
It might seem hard to believe, but TechPowerUp is probably tired of playing with their RTX 4090. They just conducted a minimum of 159 runs of 53 games using that GPU, the…Read More
Podcast #698 – Intel Core i9-13900K Performance & Power, RTX 4090 Power issues, Win 10 Update, Samsung 990 PRO + more!
by PCPer Staff | Oct 30, 2022 | General Tech | 0
We're back after a week off! Enjoy the Intel Core i9-13900K coverage for speed and power, our "hot" takes on the RTX 4090 power adapter issues, and discussion of updates to DisplayPort and…Read More
Putting The NVIDIA RTX 4090 On A Diet, Performance At 450 W And 600 W
by Jeremy Hellstrom | Oct 25, 2022 | Graphics Cards | 0
The NVIDIA RTX 4090 is an immensely powerful and power hungry card, to the point where the internet is aflame with rumours of combustible 12VHPWR connectors. TechPowerUp was curious as to the…Read More
Podcast #697 – NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 FE Review, Thermaltake Tower 500 Case, PC Sales Drop & Intel Layoffs + More!
by PCPer Staff | Oct 16, 2022 | General Tech | 1
Recorded October 12, 2022. You know, a couple of days before NVIDIA unlaunched the RTX 4080 12GB. Guess we'll talk about that NEXT week. On this day, we conversed about the RTX 4090's…Read More
Here Come The Custom RTX 4090s
by Jeremy Hellstrom | Oct 12, 2022 | Graphics Cards | 0
If the $1600 price tag on the RTX 4090 FE gave you sticker shock the prices on the OEM versions are going to be bad for your blood pressure. The various versions…Read More
More Of NVIDIA’s RTX 4090, Less Than $0.70 Per Gram!
by Jeremy Hellstrom | Oct 11, 2022 | Graphics Cards | 0
It is hard to say exactly what Ada Lovelace would say about her namesake but it is fairly safe to say she would be flabbergasted by the computational power of the RTX…Read More
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 Founders Edition Review
by Sebastian Peak | Oct 11, 2022 | Graphics Cards | 9
It's here, and after several days of benchmarking I can confirm that NVIDIA's Founders Edition of GeForce RTX 4090 lives up to the hype. Well, the performance hype, anyway. There has been…Read More
Podcast #696 – Arc A770 and A750, Ryzen 7000 Undervolting, RTX 4090 Hands On, PS5 Jailbreak, Stadia dead plus MORE
by PCPer Staff | Oct 10, 2022 | General Tech | 0
Long time getting this fully posted for this week, silly personal life delays!We've got updates on our Ryzen 7000 testing, hands on with the new RTX 4090, regular and extremely cooling…Read More
Podcast #695 – Ryzen 7000 Reviews, RTX 40 Series minus EVGA, Intel Arc A770 Soon, ARM everything! + MORE
by PCPer Staff | Oct 1, 2022 | General Tech | 0
We're back after a week off - and there's been a ton of news in the meantime.Prepare yourself for some very long form content as we talk about AMD Ryzen 7000…Read More
Are You Going To Buy An RTX 4080, Or Just Settle For An RTX 4080?
by Jeremy Hellstrom | Sep 20, 2022 | Graphics Cards, General Tech | 1
One would assume that after the 3.5 GB memory controversy NVIDIA would be careful about ensuring the amount of VRAM on their GPUs was absolutely clear which goes to show...Read More
Podcast #694 – Last Minute 4090 Rumors, AMD Reconsiders New CPU Names, GPU Prices 50% off!, Windows 11 Fails, Corsair Thin Mechanical KB + MORE
by PCPer Staff | Sep 18, 2022 | General Tech | 0
It's our last podcast before a new stuff is announced. And we're taking next week off, so you'll have to wait a few extra days for our take on GTC announcements (and…Read More