GALAX new ‘Serious Gaming’ graphics card with four fans has been leaked

Published: Sep 16th 2022, 09:12 GMT   Comments

GALAX new GPU has four fans

A quick-follow up to our story on GALAX Serious Gaming teaser.

We managed to obtain some renders of a possible candidate for this new card. While it is not confirmed which GeForce SKU this is, it is clear that the quad-slot design is of a high-end model. We can also see one 16-pin (12VHPWR) connector located right in the middle, so definitely something newer.

Leaked renders of unannounced Galax GPU, Source: VideoCardz

The packaging does not confirm the model name, in fact, it doesn’t even mention the series. However, only one Galax line had a fourth (optional) fan installed on the back, and that was SG series (Serious gaming). Therefore, it is safe to assume that this should be a successor.

This card is a quad slot design and will likely be even thicker with the extra fan on the back. It is also worth noting that neither this, nor any of the cards that have already been leaked had NVLink connector, NVIDIA SLI may truly be dead.

More info is likely to follow next week, when GALAX is expected to unveil the full details.

Leaked renders of unannounced Galax GPU, Source: VideoCardz

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