The most recent and most potent desktop gaming graphics card has undergone a number of artificial testing procedures.
According to Benchlife, the RTX 4090 HOF has broken 20 world records, including benchmarks for 3DMark, Unigine Superposition, and Catzilla.
The RTX 4090 from GALAX is a special design including dual 16-pin power connectors, making it the only such card available as of yet. This enthusiast-class model was created with one goal in mind: to break world records when used to its fullest extent by hardcore overclockers.
This week, the GALAX OC team under the direction of Tobias Bergstrom broke records (Rauf). Their card was clearly employing a customised BIOS and a liquid nitrogen-based cooling system to maintain extremely low temperatures.
- 3DMark Port Royal / 31622
- 3DMark Time Spy / 41926
- 3DMark Time Spy Graphics Score / 44293
- 3DMark Time Spy Extreme Graphics Score / 23229
- 3DMark 11 Extreme / X59575
- 3DMark 11 Performance / 94414 (LOD)
- 3DMark Fire Strike / 74725
- 3DMark Fire Strike Extreme / 50941
- 3DMark Fire Strike Ultra / 30612
- GPUPI_32B / 49.049
- GPUPI_1B / 0.917
- Superposition 1080P Extreme / 29044
- Superposition 8K / 17896
- Catzilla 1080 / 136920
- Catzilla 1440P / 80417
- Catzilla 4K / 35156
- Catzilla 576P / 19352
- Catzilla 720 / 178780
- Unigine Basic / 16802.93
- Unigine Extreme / 16175.56
The only card with a chance of competing for the highest scores right now is the RTX 4090 HOF. No other board manufacturer created a custom design with TDPs up to 1000W, a GALAX series-only feature. There won’t be any Kingpin 4090 GPU due to EVGA’s exit from the GPU market, and neither will there be any MSI Lightning or ASUS ROG Matrix GPU leaks.