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Custom 410W GeForce RTX 3090 Brings The Bling And The Heat

Xenon GeForce RTX 3090 Turbo Jet OC D6X 24GB (Image credit: Emtek)

Emtek, a South Korean brand, (via VideoCardz) has announced the Xenon GeForce RTX 3090 Turbo Jet OC D6X 24GB, which comes with a glittering shroud and a blistering maximum power consumption of 410W.

Emtek rates the Xenon GeForce RTX 3090 Turbo Jet OC D6X 24GB for a maximum power consumption of 410W, which explains the beefy cooler and the triple 8-pin PCIe power connectors. The default TDP (thermal design power) rating on the GeForce RTX 3090 is 350W, so Emtek's graphics card power limit is up to 17.1% higher. Nvidia recommends a 750W power supply for the GeForce RTX 3090, but the Xenon GeForce RTX 3090 Turbo Jet OC D6X 24GB might warrant an 800W minimum.

In addition to decking the graphics card with RGB lighting, Emtek also added a sparkling crystal-like finish on the shroud. The design reminds us of G.Skill's Trident Z Royal memory kits. The graphics card features a triple-fan cooling setup and checks in at 304 x 136 x 60mm.

Like other custom models, Emtek's rendition of the GeForce RTX 3090 adheres to Nvidia's core specifications. The graphics cards sport 10,496 CUDA cores, 328 Tensor cores, and 82 RT cores. It has 24GB of 19.5 Gbps GDDR6X memory at its disposal. The memory communicates through a 384-bit memory bus, which amounts to a memory bandwidth up to 936.2 GBps. While the Founders Edition comes with a 1,695 MHz boost clock, the Xenon GeForce RTX 3090 Turbo Jet OC D6X 24GB comes in at 1,785 MHz, a 5.3% improvement.

The video outputs, however, are the same on the Xenon GeForce RTX 3090 Turbo Jet OC D6X 24GB as on the Founders Edition. You receive one HDMI 2.1 port and three DisplayPort 1.4a outputs to connect up to four displays simultaneously.

Being a South Korean brand, the possibility of finding the Xenon GeForce RTX 3090 Turbo Jet OC D6X 24GB in the U.S. is zero to none. Nonetheless, it's a monster of a graphics in every sense of the word.

  • itzmec
    I'll take two please.
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  • jakjawagon
    It looks like they glued scrunched-up chocolate wrappers to the top.
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  • kristoffe
    jakjawagon said:
    It looks like they glued scrunched-up chocolate wrappers to the top.
    it also looks like oscar the grouch made this with maybe big bird pressing the fan holes through it. lol. wtf.
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  • nofanneeded
    410 watts on air cooling is insane ... this card should be watercooled only.
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  • TheHughMan
    Now would be a good time to design and install some kind of built in power supply on the back of the video card. What's one more interface with the 4 or 5 already there.
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  • Conahl
    heh, 3dfx tried that with the voodoo 5 6000, and back then people laughed and thought 3dfx was crazy cause they were going to make a video card that needed to be powered by something other then the slot it was put in. in a way, to bad 3dfx wasnt able to release Rampage and Sage, back then they sounded like they would be pretty good. :-)
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  • Phaaze88
    It looks like they took the crystal accent from G. Skill's Trident Z Royal and plastered it on a graphics card...
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  • sizzling
    nofanneeded said:
    410 watts on air cooling is insane ... this card should be watercooled only.
    It’s only roughly 20% more than some of the 3080’s which have been running cooler than last gen cards. I do see why it’s concerning but seeing how well the 3080 coolers are working I can see this might just be with reasonable levels. Would like to be is reviewed and benchmarked.
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  • nofanneeded
    sizzling said:
    It’s only roughly 20% more than some of the 3080’s which have been running cooler than last gen cards. I do see why it’s concerning but seeing how well the 3080 coolers are working I can see this might just be with reasonable levels. Would like to be is reviewed and benchmarked.

    I am not talking about benchmarks , I am talking about Power usage , 410 watts is too much for any air cooling no matter what.
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  • sizzling
    nofanneeded said:
    I am not talking about benchmarks , I am talking about Power usage , 410 watts is too much for any air cooling no matter what.
    It’s too much just because you say it is? If the benchmarks show it runs ok at decent temperatures then that’s all that matters. As I said it’s not that much higher than some partner 3080’s so I would not be too surprised if it is possible to cool this on air but without benchmarks it’s all speculation.
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