Quad-Slot Design with 800W Power Capacity
There is disbelief about the rumored release of NVIDIA’s RTX 4090Ti/TITAN graphics card, which is said to have a four-slot design and stacked display connectors, leading to a vertically oriented PCB. The final name of the card has not been confirmed yet, but the presence of PCB board number PG137, previously linked to the “Beast” GPU with a maximum TDP of 800W, suggests that the rumor is credible. Despite this, some are calling into question NVIDIA’s decision to release such an unusual design and fear that the company is becoming a “meme” and a joke.
Additionally, the latest image reveals a golden cooler, a characteristic of NVIDIA’s TITAN series. The GPU features an innovative design with vertically stacked display connectors (1 HDMI and 3 DisplayPorts), supporting previous leaks and rumors. NVIDIA’s top-of-the-line RTX 40 “Ada” GPU showcases a unique vertical PCB layout, as depicted in the photo.