Last week, Zotac introduced two versions of the GeForce RTX 3090 Ti – the AMP Extreme HoLo, which has fallen into the hands of many reviewers, and the PGF OC model, which will only be available to Chinese consumers. The PGF series of graphics cards is not present on the international market, but it is perhaps the most interesting from Zotac, since it usually offers the highest performance among all the other solutions from the company.
This time, the GeForce RTX 3090 Ti PGF OC copies the GPU specifications of the AMP Extreme model. A frequency of 1890 MHz and a maximum power consumption of 450 watts are specified for the new GPU. According to test reports, the TDP of the AMP version can be increased to 495W by manual overclocking. The presence or absence of such a possibility in the PGF OC version has not yet been announced, since the graphics card was not yet in the hands of reviewers.
There is one key difference between the GeForce RTX 3090 Ti AMP Extreme and RTX 3090 Ti PGF OC versions. If the thickness of the first is 6.5 cm, and itself occupies a volume of 3.5 expansion slots in a PC, then the PGF OC specifications officially indicate the need for four free expansion slots, since the graphics card thickness is 7.3 cm . Accordingly graphics card e.gThe GeForce RTX 3090 Ti PGF OC is currently the thickest version of the GeForce RTX 3090 Ti on the market. At the same time, it should be noted that the card is actually 5 cm shorter than the AMP Extreme variant, and its height is one centimeter less.
The GeForce RTX 3090 Ti PGF OC model comes with a huge Zotac Ice Storm cooling system that includes three fans. The front and back of the graphics card are decorated with ARBG lighting. The manufacturer included an adapter from three 8-pin to one 12+4-pin connector with the accelerator kit.
The Zotac GeForce RTX 3090 Ti PGF OC model has not yet appeared in stores, so its price is still unknown. However, the AMP version costs around $2357. Probably the PGF version costs a bit more.