Acer showed off a prototype GeForce RTX 4090 with fully

Acer showed off a prototype GeForce RTX 4090 with fully integrated LSS and a Predator-series Radeon RX 7900

Popular tech blogger Steve Burke from YouTube channel GamersNexus visited Acer’s headquarters, where he saw some of the manufacturer’s yet-to-be-released products. In particular, the developments surrounding the flagship graphics cards NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 and AMD Radeon 7900 caught the attention of the enthusiast.

    Image source: GamersNexus

Image source: GamersNexus

In particular, the company has created a prototype of the GeForce RTX 4090 graphics card, which is equipped with a hybrid air-liquid cooling system that does not have an external radiator with coolant.

The cooler is installed directly on the graphics card itself. It has a 22.4 cm wide tire and is equipped with two pumps on each side. The liquid inside the cooler is cooled by two top-mounted fans.

The cooler sits on top of a copper water block that cools the GPU, memory, and graphics card power subsystem. The rear reinforcement plate provides additional rigidity of the structure.

Steve was also shown an early prototype Radeon graphics card with Acer Predator branding and a more traditional three-fan air cooling system.

The card is based on a very long circuit board and is equipped with two 8-pin power connectors. There is enough space next to it to install a third of it. It is very likely that it is the Radeon RX 7900 XT or RX 7900 XTX model, since such a cooling system seems redundant for the recently released younger Radeon RX 7600.

It should be noted once again that the GeForce and Radeon graphics cards shown in the Acer lab are only prototypes. In the future, their appearance may change. In addition, the manufacturer itself has not yet mentioned whether it plans to release these graphics cards for sale.

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