Leaked Lenovo GeForce RTX 4090 Legion GPU is a true quad-slot design

Published: Sep 14th 2022, 09:04 GMT   Comments

Lenovo GeForce RTX 4090 pictured

The first photos of Lenovo RTX 4090 GPU.

Lenovo is preparing a quad-slot and triple-fan brick also known as RTX 4090 graphics card. While the name of the card has been partially hidden, we can clearly see this is a new design for the cooler. The visible font also matches the updated RTX 40 logo design. The card is supposedly powered by one 12VHPWR connector, and it barely fits into the LEGION branded case.

Lenovo RTX 4090 GPU, Source: @wnxod/bbs.nga.cn

Lenovo just like other OEMs make their own custom designs for their gaming prebuilt PCs. We have covered some of these cards before, such as Radeon RX 6900XT, and it does not seem the RTX 40 series will depart from the square design of the former Legion GPUs.

The RTX 4090 is the flagship model from the upcoming series, supposedly equipped with AD102 GPU and 16384 CUDA cores. This card is to feature 24GB of GDDR6X memory and TDP at 450W. There are already reports that custom models will have a lot of headroom for power limit increase, hence all the RTX 4090 models that have leaked thus far at 3.5-4-slot high.

Update: alleged heatsink photos for the same card have also been released:

Source: @wxnod

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