We already know why some Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090Ti they arrived with two 16-pin connectors for its power, and it is that today it was discovered that there is already a custom BIOS (XOC BIOS) that will allow the most avid overclockers to squeeze this GPU by modifying the power limit of the 450W GPU that comes reference, at no less than 890Wso it’s no surprise that we’re soon seeing new overclocking and performance records.
While most GPUs have a single PCIe Gen5 slot which is not capable of receiving more than 600W of powerit is logical to expect that the more advanced models of GALAX and EVGA (the only ones with a double connector) break these records using liquid nitrogen, although other models can be pushed to the lower limit, such as a EVGA FTW3 which can consume 614W of power using the power provided by the PCI-Express x16 interface itself, or a ASUS TUF which reaches 615W of consumption.
Obviously, for a classic user it is not advisable to modify the BIOS. Already just doing this modification can leave the graphics card as an attractive, albeit good, clipboard. we remind you that it is a GeForce RTX 3090 Ti and its price, so really very few users will have this GPU, not to mention the need they will have to ask them for more performance, so it is something that will only serve to see who has it biggerthe biggest list of performance records, of course.
via: video cardz