The reference 3090 Ti cards have a peak boost clock up-to 1.860 GHz, with the base clock hovering in the 1.560 GHz domain. As mentioned it weighs in at just over 1.5 kg, so be sure when installing you do that carefully as when not secured with screws you could easily snap that PCIe Slot of yours. Also, be aware of the fact that the product oozes heat a lot, you'll need a good ventilated PC with a properly located intake(front) and vent (read/top). Palit will also include an optional to use bracket preventing the card from sagging down when installed horizontally.
The RTX 3090 Ti GameRock also features an almost concealed A-RGB connection, enabling you to connect the GPU to the motherboard's aRGB header and even daisy chain aRGB products together. This will make it easier to sync up all of your aRGB deliciousness and ensure that you receive the effects and colors you want across all of your components.
The RGB party isn't finished yet! When the card is turned on, the GEFORCE RTX and GameRock emblems are both illuminated by RGB LEDs.
We can see the heatsink from this side, which means the heat will have more room to drain, perhaps keeping our card a little cooler and helping us to get the most frames out of our favorite games.
The GameRock cards feature a large amount of RGB and are likely one of the most RGB-covered GPUs we have ever seen. While this may not appeal to everyone, there is no doubting that it makes a statement and is rather unusual in its own right.