Lenovo GeForce RTX 4090 GPU pictured some more, it is 36 cm long

Published: Sep 18th 2022, 12:57 GMT   Comments

Lenovo RTX 4090 pictured by Lenovo manager

Wolfstame, Lenovo China Gaming Desktop Product Planning Manager, posted new photos of the upcoming RTX 4090 GPU.

The new GPU has been pictured alongside the Lenovo gaming laptop, it is massive, that’s for sure. The Legion Y9000X is an 16-inch laptop with a dimension of 35.8×26.0 cm. Lenovo’s RTX4090 is almost the same length, measured to be around 35.6×13.6 cm.

Lenovo Legion RTX 4090 GPU, Source: Wolfstame

RTX 4090 GPU is of course also much thicker, most likely around 7cm, and probably heavier as well, given the size of the cooler and metallic shroud around it. Furthermore, Lenovo GPU is almost guaranteed to consume more power with RTX 4090’s default TDP going up to 450W and even more for customized designs such as the Legion model below.

This is not the first time this card has been leaked, though. We have already seen the same card being installed into Legion prebuilt PC. In fact, there are even photos of the impressive cooler with large copper vapor chamber as well. Clearly, Lenovo spares no time to leak their card ahead of NVIDIA’s official announcement in just 2 days.

Lenovo RTX 4090 GPU, Source: bbs.nga.cn

Lenovo RTX 4090 cooler

Source: Wolfstame via Wccftech

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