This RTX 3090 Ti has five fans in total
A Japanese prebuilt-PC maker announced the availability of a new GPU option: a water-cooled GeForce RTX 3090 Ti.
The RTX 3090 Ti G-Master Hydro series is the new option for the Sycom prebuilt systems. The company offers a wide range of liquid-cooled GPUs, which usually feature a semi-custom cooling solutions. In case of RTX 3090 Ti, which has just been added to the G-Master Hydro PC lineup, the card makes use of OEM triple-fan air cooling as well as the Asetek Hybrid GFX 240mm AIO solution.
The AIO cooler is equipped with two 12cm Noctua NF-A12X12 ULN fans, which are known for low noise level (12.1 dBA) and good m³/h airflow at 1200 RPM.
The company does not provide any performance or cooling efficiency figures for the RTX 3090 Ti model, but it claims that their RTX 3090 is up to 15C cooler under load when water cooling is used. This is presumably a comparison to an air-cooled model, such as Manli Gallardo, which has the same shroud and PCB.
The card is not factory-overclocked, but thanks to more efficient cooling, the frequency is expected to be higher. For 3090 model, that was 6% higher boost frequency.
Sycom system with Intel Core i9-12900K and GeForce RTX 3090 Ti is now available at 670,870 yen (5,146 USD). The company currently does not offer a Ryzen 7 5800X3D option, however Ryzen 5800X system can be found for 4,312 USD.