A $4,999 RTX 3090 has just been released by COLORFUL

The RTX 3090 KUDAN is called The Miracle by COLORFUL

COLORFUL today has officially unveiled the most expensive, the biggest, the baddest RTX 3090. The new iGame RTX 3090 KUDAN is a limited edition graphics card by the firm and there will only exist 1000 units of it and priced at a whopping $4,999. The card is absolutely massive measuring 316mm long, 182mm wide, and 61mm deep. It features hybrid cooling, which means it has water cooling on top of air cooling. It has been engineered to be the best, the company says, and COLORFUL even calls it "The Masterpiece".

The iGame RTX 3090 KUDAN Limited Edition card

In terms of air cooling, the 3090 KUDAN features triple 90mm fans called "Storm Chaser" fans that will be dissipating heat from six 6mm heat pipes. For water cooling, the card has a 240mm radiator. It features the company's 'Breathe-Gill Technology' that we also find in its Neptune series models. The water cooling unit is almost as big as the card itself (image above) measuring 307mm long, 126mm wide, and 73mm deep. The card is said to use quick-release fittings so that the radiator-pump unit can be easily mounted or dismounted.

The RTX 3090 KUDAN also features a 60Hz LCD display that can be used for real-time monitoring. The display can be flipped 90 degrees for easier visibility. And of course the card also has RGB lighting.

Coming to the hardware specifications, the base clock of the unit is 1395MHz but can boost all the way up to 1860MHz under Turbo mode. The KUDAN RTX 3090 can take quite a lot of juice via its triple 8-pin power connectors and comes rated for up to 500W of power.

Here's the full spec list below:

GPU RTX 3090
CUDA cores 10,496
Dimensions 316mm x 182mm x 61mm (Card)
307mm x 126mm x 73mm (Water cooler)
Base/ Boost Clock (in MHz) 1395/ 1695
Base/ Boost Clock (in MHz) (Turbo Mode) 1395/ 1860
Memory Capacity 24GB GDDR6X
Power Draw 350W/ 370W
OC Power Draw 420W/ 500W
Power Connectors 3x 8-pin PCIe power connectors

Overall, the new iGame RTX 3090 KUDAN limited edition graphics card seems like a prime candidate that will probably have its place someday in the recently launched GPU history museum.

via VideoCardz

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