News Hall of Fame Extreme RTX 3090 Gets Modified With a 1000W TDP

Phaaze88

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If the message about higher power limits on Ampere - at least, compared to FE - didn't come across clearly before, it should now.
Just keep your RTX 30 card cool and enjoy it.
 

spongiemaster

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If the message about higher power limits on Ampere - at least, compared to FE - didn't come across clearly before, it should now.
Just keep your RTX 30 card cool and enjoy it.
1000+W isn't unheard of for liquid nitrogen cooling. The 1080Ti could use that much:

https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/overclock-msi-gtx-1080-ti-lightning-z-air-cooling,5249-5.html

"GPUs dissipate massive amounts of heat. Imagine 1000W, the power of an electric space heater from one meter, but concentrated on a surface measuring hundreds of square millimeters. Not surprisingly, the cooler pot installation process is absolutely critical. "


"Running GT1 test with higher clocks&voltage, ~105A (1260W), max peak is 112A (1344W!), 2600MHz 1.55V "
 

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