On September 24th sales of the top Nvidia graphics card GeForce RTX 3090 was launched. Reference version, we remind, is estimated in $ 1500, and for how many it will be possible to buy partner versions of the model – overclocked and with the modified cooling system? There is already an answer to this question.
True, the situation is still outlined in the U.S. market, but it makes us no less interesting. So, in the U.S. it will really be possible to buy GeForce RTX 3090 at the recommended price – a reference clone called Asus TUF Gaming for $1499.99 already appears in the Newegg online store. A little more expensive on the same site are offered EVGA XC3 Black Gaming ($1530) and EVGA XC3 Gaming ($1550).
One of the most affordable overclocked versions is Gigabyte EAGLE OC for the same $1550 in BestBuy online store. There is also MSI Ventus 3X OC for $1570 and Gigabyte GAMING OC (GV-N3090GAMING OC-24GD) for $1580. For $1600 without one cent you can buy Asus TUF Gaming OC Edition (TUF-RTX3090-O24G-GAMING), slightly more expensive than EVGA XC3 Ultra Gaming – $1620. The rest of the graphics cards are much more expensive. These are EVGA FTW3 Gaming for $1730, EVGA FTW3 Ultra Gaming and Asus ROG Strix OC Edition for $1800 each.
The characteristics of most of these models have not yet been published, but, for example, the same EVGA FTW3 Gaming will be accelerated by 6.2% relative to the basic version of the Founders Edition. Hardly an impressive acceleration, but a decent surcharge of $300. However, it also includes a modified cooler with three fans.