reported that video card, (opens in new tab) Galax is unveiling two RTX 4090 Hall of Fame graphics cards to the public: OC Lab and OC Lab Plus. These cards are literally one of the thickest and most powerful 4090s, with a very thick triple fan cooling solution and a whopping 1200W theoretical power output thanks to dual 16-pin power connectors. Whatever the history, these Hall of Fame cards have to be the most overbuilt 4090 ever with the goal of breaking the world record. Pricing and availability are unknown at this time.
The most surprising addition to the 4090 Hall of Fame is the fact that there are not one but two models. The baseline model was OC Lab and a more powerful version was named OC Lab Plus. Unfortunately, the difference between the two is very small, with the OC Lab Plus model boosting just 30MHz over the others.
Back in November, Swedish overclocker Rauf reported on a leaked photo of one of the Galx HoF cards he shared with Nordic Hardware. According to Benchlife, the RTX 4090 HoF card Set 20 overclocking records (opens in new tab) Around the same time.
Like their predecessors, both 4090 HoF cards feature an all-white aesthetic, with shrouds, fans, and even the PCB painted pure white. But the most notable change between the previous generation 3090 Ti HoF and the new 4090 model is the addition of a large RGB illuminated crown emerging from the central fan.
In full form, the crown is so large that it physically increases the card’s clearance requirements. Thankfully, however, the top of the crown appears to be optional and can be removed if desired.
Size wise, the RTX 4090 HoF card is a solid card, measuring 344 x 183 x 77 mm. However, depending on how you look at these cards, they are not the biggest 4090s on the market. Asus’s ROG Strix model, for example, is still one of his biggest cards today and is a few mm longer than both his 4090 HoF models. But the HoF model has he Strix beats in terms of thickness and height.
But the true star of the show is the 4090 HoF power capacity, which is the highest of any RTX 4090 to date.In the performance BIOS mode of each model, the card can access a power consumption of 666W. This is 66 more power than a single 16-pin power connector can provide.
It’s a shame the included BIOS isn’t equipped to handle anywhere near the limits of what two 16-pin connectors can provide, but thanks to future modified BIOS firmware, the 4090 HoF Don’t be surprised to see the card reach its limits. .