NVIDIA quad-slot RTX 40 graphics card cooler pictured some more
NVIDIA has been working on a massive cooler design for an undisclosed RTX 40 graphics card, it is now listed on a Chinese second-hand website.
A peculiar-looking cooler that has been making waves in recent headlines has finally been traced back to its source. The graphics card cooler in question was spotted on Taobao’s Goofish platform, known for featuring used items and even prototypes of unreleased hardware. A member known as “Hayaka” is currently offering a cooling solution for the GeForce RTX 40, which they describe as either the RTX 4090Ti or TITAN ADA design. However, what has caught the attention of many is the astonishingly high price of 888K RMB, approximately equivalent to 120K USD.
Naturally, it should be noted that this price is likely not final. Judging from the comments, the seller appears open to selling the item to the highest bidder, and there have already been expressions of interest from potential buyers.
It is worth mentioning that this cooler has been previously observed in two different color options: one featuring the GeForce magnesium style and the other sporting a TITAN gold shroud. However, there is no indication that it will be released as an actual product in the near future. Additionally, the cooler being offered for sale does not include any PCB or GPU, rendering it essentially useless except as an exceedingly rare collector’s item.
Nevertheless, the design of this cooler is captivating not only for its unusually thick four-slot form factor, a feature yet to be seen on any NVIDIA Founders Edition GPU, but also for its unique vertical installation of the PCB, positioned perpendicular to the interface.
Source: Hayaka/Goofish via Wccftech