GALAXY (KFA2 in Europe) benefited from its latest overclocking record, which was achieved by the GALAX GeForce RTX 3090 Ti EX Gamer (curious that it’s not a HOF), which they managed to overclock since the 1890MHz factory (vs 1860 MHz Mod. Reference) to the not inconsiderable 2700MHz.
Obviously, for an overclocker of this type liquid nitrogen was needed, and it is not for less, since they managed to pass the consumer GPU 450W energy to nothing less than 900W. i.e. increase the frequencies by 43 percent has been translated into dual power consumption NVIDIA’s high-end GPU.
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The GALAX GeForce RTX 3090 Ti EX Gamer is a clear indication that we need a new generation of GPUs
With this milestone, what they have managed to convey is that users will have no longer looking forward to a next-gen GPUand we have the examples in amdwhere its high-end graphics should reach similar speedsof the factory, with energy consumption that so far sounds pretty good, which consists of moving in the 600W range.
Obviously, this is linked to the new manufacturing process of 5nm from TSMC, which when accompanied by the new graphics architecture AMD RDNA3performance improvement is expected 50% per watt consumed. If we talk about overclocking, it would not be unreasonable to think of seeing models surpassing the 3.00 GHz barrier with lower consumption than this GeForce RTX 3090 Ti.