Release of video and images of EVGA RTX 4090 production stop card

Release of video and images of EVGA RTX 4090 production stop card

Recently, a video has been published on YouTube showing the prototype of the graphics card EVGA RTX 4090 Shows FTW3. EVGA ended its business relationship with Nvidia cards after 22 years, and the existence of this card shows how sudden the company’s decision was, while its engineers were focused on the development of the 4090 graphics card.

According to reports, the company has been forced to end the production of Team Green GPUs due to an unfavorable partnership with Nvidia. The new card is considered a prototype and due to leaving the partnership with Nvidia and licensing problems of this company’s products, instead of using the name RTX 4090 on the card, the name Next gen Graphics has been used.

Due to production stoppage and licensing issues, this GPU is called Next gen Graphics

The card looks compact in terms of structure and has a good design with the benefit of three fans and matte color. Compared to the RTX 3090 and 3090 Ti FTW3, this model is the first with a larger form factor and fans. Overall, this card feels a bit more mellow, rather than a pure aggressive play theme that we’re used to seeing in other cards.

Video EVGA RTX 4090

According to the YouTuber, the card is also suitable in terms of structural strength and weight, and the back plate of this GPU is directly connected to the GPU. One final thing to note about the card’s design is the 16-pin power connector on the back of the card, rather than the front.

This design makes the card look much cleaner when installed compared to other 4090 models, however the user needs to be aware of the space in the front to accommodate the length of the cable. EVGA is no longer going to manufacture and supply Nvidia GPUs, and to view the video of EVGA RTX 4090, it can be found at Youtube watched

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