MSI GeForce RTX 3090 VENTUS 3X 24G OC 24GB GDDR6X Graphics Card

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MSI GeForce RTX 3090 VENTUS 3X 24G OC 24GB GDDR6X Graphics Card

Product Id: 14.01.033.139

Regular Price  186,510
Special Price  171,900

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Quick Overview

Chipset Vendor - NVIDIA GeForce
GPU - MSI GeForce RTX 3090 VENTUS 3X 24G OC
Memory Size - 24GB
Interface - PCI Express Gen 4
Displayport - 3
Recommended PSU - 750W

General

Chipset
NVIDIA GeForce
GPU
MSI GeForce RTX 3090 VENTUS 3X 24G OC
Warranty
2 year

Technical Information

CUDA Core / Stream Processors
10496 CUDA
Engine Clock
1725 MHz
Memory Clock
19.5 Gbps
Capacity (GB/TB)
24GB
Memory Bus
384-bit
Memory Type
GDDR6X
Interface.
PCI Express Gen 4
DirectX Support
12
OpenGL Support
4.6
HDCP Support
Yes

Display & Resolution

Graphics Resolution Max.
7680 x 4320
Multi Display Capability
Hexa Display

Ports

HDMI Port
1
Display Port
3

Power

Power Consumption
350W
Recommended PSU
750W
Power Connectors
8-Pin x 2

Physical Description

Card Dimension
305 x 120 x 57mm
Cooling Fan
Triple
RGB Effects
No

Additional Info

Others
Weight: 1387 gm, VR Ready, G-SYNC technology, Adaptive Vertical Sync
Specialty
Triple Fan Three fans and a huge heatsink ensure a cool and quiet experience for you. TORX FAN 3.0 The award-winning MSI TORX Fan 3.0 design creates high static pressure and pushes the limits of thermal performance. Core Pipe Precision-machined heat pipes ensure max contact to the GPU and spread heat along the full length of the heatsink. Graphene Backplate A composite Graphene backplate reinforces the graphics card while providing passive thermal conduction properties. Custom PCB The custom PCB has been engineered with hardened circuits and optimized trace routing for performance and reliability. Dragon Center MSI`s exclusive Dragon Center software lets you monitor, tweak and optimize MSI products in real-time. Afterburner Take full control with the most recognized and widely used graphics card overclocking software in the world.

Details

GeForce RTX™ 3090 VENTUS 3X 24G OC

                                                                          

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TAKE THE ESSENTIALS

VENTUS brings a performance-focused design that maintains the essentials to accomplish any task at hand. A capable triple fan arrangement laid into a rigid industrial design lets this sharp looking graphics card fit into any build.

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2ND GENERATION
RT CORES
2X THROUGHPUT

 

3RD GENERATION
TENSOR CORES
UP TO 2X THROUGHPUT

 

NEW
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2X FP32 THROUGHPUT

NVIDIA AMPERE ARCHITECTURE

 

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WE’VE GOT YOUR BACK

Heatpipes beneath the sturdy brushed metal backplate provide additional cooling for the memory modules on the rear of the PCB.

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TORX FAN 3.0

The award-winning MSI TORX Fan 3.0 design keeps the limits of thermal performance turning. Fan blades alternate between traditional blades and dispersion blades that focus and accelerate airflow into the heatsink.

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CORE PIPE

Core Pipes are precision-machined for maximum contact over the GPU and spread the heat along the full length of the heatsink for optimal cooling.

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THERMAL PADDING

Ample amounts of thermal pads allow various board components to transfer heat directly to the heatsink for better cooling.

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Without Anti-bending

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Anti-bending Included

BUILT STRONG

Specially designed Anti-Bending brackets reinforce the card to resist sagging, bending, and twisting.

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TAILORED PCB DESIGN

Not all circuit boards are created equal. A custom PCB Design provides greater reliability and beefed up power circuitry for pushing the card to its limits.

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BRINGING IT ALL TOGETHER

MSI's exclusive Dragon Center software helps you get the most out of your MSI products. Monitor, tweak and optimize in real-time with just a few clicks.

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AFTERBURNER

MSI Afterburner is the most recognized and widely used graphics card overclocking software in the world. Take full control of the graphics card while monitoring key system metrics in real-time. It’s free to use and compatible with most other vendor graphics cards.

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OC SCANNER

OC Scanner is the easiest and safest way to get more performance out of your GeForce graphics card. Powered by an algorithm created by NVIDIA, maximum clock speeds are determined and safely applied for your graphics card.

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Chipset Vendor - NVIDIA GeForce, GPU - MSI GeForce RTX 3090 VENTUS 3X 24G OC, CUDA Core / Stream Processors - 10496 CUDA, Engine Clock - 1725 MHz, Memory Clock - 19.5 Gbps, Memory Size - 24GB, Memory Bus - 384-bit, Memory Type - GDDR6X, Interface - PCI Express Gen 4, Digital Max Resolution - 7680 x 4320, DirectX - 12, OpenGL - 4.6, VGA Port - No, DVI Port - No, HDMI Port - 1, Displayport - 3, Power Consumption - 350W, Recommended PSU - 750W, Power Connectors - 8-Pin x 2, Multi Display Capability - Hexa Display, Card Dimension - 305 x 120 x 57mm, HDCP Support - Yes, Cooling Fan - Triple, RGB Effects - No, Specialty - Triple Fan Three fans and a huge heatsink ensure a cool and quiet experience for you. TORX FAN 3.0 The award-winning MSI TORX Fan 3.0 design creates high static pressure and pushes the limits of thermal performance. Core Pipe Precision-machined heat pipes ensure max contact to the GPU and spread heat along the full length of the heatsink. Graphene Backplate A composite Graphene backplate reinforces the graphics card while providing passive thermal conduction properties. Custom PCB The custom PCB has been engineered with hardened circuits and optimized trace routing for performance and reliability. Dragon Center MSI`s exclusive Dragon Center software lets you monitor, tweak and optimize MSI products in real-time. Afterburner Take full control with the most recognized and widely used graphics card overclocking software in the world., Warranty - 2 Year, Others - Weight: 1387 gm, VR Ready, G-SYNC technology, Adaptive Vertical Sync

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