The redesigned fan structure improves airflow, a noticeable advancement from the prior model. Although lacking RGB lighting, the GeForce RTX logo subtly illuminates with a white light, contributing to the understated aesthetics of the card.
613 grams. Currently, the RTX 4000 series graphics cards do not incorporate the new DP 2.1 standard. However, they come with HDMI 2.1 and DisplayPort 1.4 ports, offering 8K 60 Hz HDR support via a single HDMI cable. The card's IO panel incorporates an air vent alongside connectors, all housed within an alloy frame that contains an aluminum fin stack.
The fin stack accounts for a significant portion of the cooler's volume. The two fans have designated functions; the first fan introduces fresh air and expels it out the sides of the card, while the second one draws air into the fin stack and ejects it upwards.
Most premium cards will cards feature a 12VHPWR power connector header and are accompanied by a converter cable that attaches to 8-pin connector(s). The affordable unit however will get the traditional 8-pin header.