Whether you are in the gaming or tech industry, you have certainly heard of the powerful ASUS graphic cards. Built with the NVIDIA designed architecture and real time ray tracing technology, this GPU stands out significantly more in both heatsink capacity and processing power. Not to mention, it also has RGB lights for people who are interested in keeping their computers looking nice.
Boasting an overclock speed of 1890MHz to increase performance and operating speed, this top of the line model can handle up to four monitors and 2560 CUDA processors that your system will utilize to escalate tasks and help them run more efficiently. This allows your RAM utilization to be maximized and your background processes to stay up to speed without slowing down.
One of the newest generations of PCIe ports is the fourth generation PCIe 4.0 x8. This increases the total bandwidth to 16GT/s and doubles the data transfer rate from the previous generation. This means there will be less buildup of data, and processes will flow smoother with the increase of newer technology requiring more data.
The ASUS GPU also supports two HDMI 2.1 connections and three 1.4a DisplayPorts, allowing for high resolution and high refresh rate gaming or content creation. In addition, it supports a 4k resolution with 120fps, 8k at 60fps, and even 10k resolution.
With all of this, though, the GPU will overheat very quickly, which is why this has a newly made and expansive heatsink that allows the transfer of energy to be more fluid and releases more at a time. This is all helped by the new Axial tech fans with rotating blades that dispel heat quickly and efficiently.