RTX 4090 MegaGamer costs $1,999
MaxSun has now confirmed the price of their flagship RTX 4090 GPU.
MaxSun had unveiled their MGG series a few months back, but it wasn’t until July that they officially announced the RTX 4090 model. Now, the company has confirmed the pricing for this card, and it’s set to hit the shelves very soon.
It’s worth noting that MaxSun GPUs are primarily available in China and select Asian countries. MaxSun lacks the necessary licensing to sell their GPUs directly outside of this region. Nevertheless, some distributors occasionally make these cards available, particularly the lower-end series.
Considering this, it’s unlikely that the RTX 4090 MGG GPU will be widely available on the global market. However, if circumstances change, the card now comes with an official MSRP of $1,999, which is a significant premium over the reference price of $1,599. Worth noting that this pricing news comes nearly a year after the initial launch of the RTX 4090.
The RTX 4090 MGG version stands alone in the graphics card market, boasting NVIDIA’s flagship GPU and a five fans. This card sports a sleek two-piece aluminum body shell and a customizable RGB light bar. Out of the box, it arrives with factory overclocking, pushing the boost clock to an 2580 MHz, all while maintaining a default TDP of 450W.
GamerNexus conducted a review of the RTX 4080 design, which featured an overengineered PCB design, a well-utilized backplate, and an impressive cooling solution. However, they found the extra fans on the side to be more of a gimmick, providing minimal practical benefits.
|MAXSUN RTX 4090 24GB Mega Gamer OC|
|Specs provided by VideoCardz.NET Database|
|GPU :||AD102-300/301||Base Clock :||2235 MHz|
|Cores :||16384||Boost Clock :||2580 MHz (+2.4%)|
|TMUs :||512||Memory Clock :||21 Gbps|
|ROPs :||176||Memory :||24 GB GDDR6X 384b|
Source: MaxSun (PR)