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A Vietnamese computer retailer uploaded a video to YouTube showing that they shot down a customized RTX 3090, which is a variant of the "Eagle OC" produced by Gigabyte. This shows us how to organize memory modules in a 3090 card for the first time.
Employees at Hanoicomputer, a retailer of computer hardware in Vietnam, started using RTX 3090. When you get Early Access, what will you do with new high-end graphics cards? Of course, why take it apart and look inside.
In this teardown video, they showed the internal memory configuration of this GPU, showing a total of 12 1GB memory modules on each side of the PCB, for a total of 24GB.
As we expected, the RTX 3090 is another chunky guy with a strong physical appearance. There is a three-fan cooling system. In our opinion, this is at least a two-slot card, or even three.
We are not entirely sure how this will represent other RTX 3090 GPU models, this is a custom design by the manufacturer Gigabyte, released under its "Eagle OC" banner. This is not a reference design, so the exact design of other cards in the RTX 3090 series may not be exactly the same.
Unless you speak Vietnamese, it can be a bit tricky to understand exactly what's in this teardown video, but if you just want to look at the guts of the GPU beast, you can check out the teardown below:
This is likely to destroy something Confidentiality agreement. I can't imagine Nvidia happy with this ending on YouTube!
isn't looking forward to Nvidia's new high-end consumer GPU. The release date is set for September 24. You can see all the information about the reservation here. Hopefully Nvidia can avoid repeating all the difficulties involving unstable inventory and website stability issues when the 3080 is released.
Have you tried to order RTX 3080 but failed? On the contrary, would you increase your budget to choose RTX 3090? If you plan to pick one of these bad boys, please let us know.