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Zotac Releases its ArcticStorm GeForce RTX 3090 GPU

Zotac has announced the release of its all-new ZOTAC GAMING GeForce RTX 3090 ArcticStorm built to take on the GeForce RTX 30 Series GPUs powered by the NVIDIA Ampere architecture. Equipped with a full-cover factory water block, enhanced RT Cores and Tensor Cores, new streaming multiprocessors, and superfast memory, ArcticStorm brings fearless cooling to the world’s most powerful GPU for full-throttle performance.

Zotac ArcticStorm GeForce RTX 3090

ArcticStorm bares the characteristics of the award-winning designs from the AMP Holo series comprising of gaming, futurism and minimalism. The water block utilizes precision-guided laser etching with carved paths and added texture to bring dimension to the clear acrylic block, enabling it to catch the lighting to enhance the overall design discretely, beautifully, and elegantly.

Features

Fearless Cooling

A maximum flow path has been carved out to cover key components with a nickel-plated copper cold plate making direct contact with the GPU. At the centre of the flow path lies a 0.3 mm micro-channel core to maximize heat extraction. The anodized aluminium water block brings full coverage, spanning the entire length of the board and making contact with the most critical components including GPU, memory and VRM via premium thermal pads to supercharge heat transfer.

Slim Profile

ArcticStorm water block utilizes a dual-slot PCI bracket while only measuring 25.9 mm in width. With its width thinner than the PCI bracket, the design increases flexibility for building in compact solutions.

Unparalleled Stability

A 16+4 power phase design means that no one power phase is overworked and building up too much heat. More distribution of power brings more stability. The POWERBOOST control chip also provides live electrical current regulation and instant electrical deviation responses to reduce ripple noise, minimize power fluctuations, and increase temperature tolerance for lasting performance and additional stability.

Dynamic RGB Lighting

Individually addressable RGB LEDs and selectable modes powered by the SPECTRA 2.0 lighting system make the ArcticStorm design shine ever more sharply. Take advantage of the FireStorm Utility to adjust brightness and lighting modes on independent zones, synchronize them together in unison lighting, or create a synced ambient lighting with an external RGB LED strip via the featured 3-pin RGB header.

Standard Fittings

ArcticStorm uses the standardized and most used fitting, G 1/4 inlet and outlet ports on top, for flexible installation and a wide selection of liquid cooling hardware compatibility. Two sealing barbs are included to support 10 mm inner diameter tubing.

Where Can I Learn More?

Although not available now, at the time of writing Zotac, has not confirmed any prices for its new ArcticStorm GeForce RTX 3090. – If you do, however, want to learn more about it, you can check out the official product website via the link here!

What do you think? – Let us know in the comments!

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