More information on Galax’s RTX 4090 20th Anniversary


Last October, the Galax brand published a teaser for an RTX 4090 20th Anniversary. In the wake of this, the first photos of the card surfaced, and now it’s the brand’s turn to publish new photographs. Let’s have a look!

RTX 4090 20th Anniversary: even more photos!

Galax RTX 4090 20th Anniversary New photos show the card in detail. As you can see, this is an all-white model with a three-fan heatsink. However, like NVIDIA’s card, the mills are present on both sides of the board. Two on the front, one on the rear. In fact, the brand opts for 100 mm fans on the front. The one on the rear seems smaller to us.

At the rear, we find a pretty backplate with a brushed metal part. The 20 logo is printed with the rear fan forming the “0”. Otherwise, the top right-hand corner is completely removable to provide clearance for the 12VHPWR power connector. Indeed, the connector will be completely hidden when the board is mounted in a PC.

There’s nothing special on the card’s edge, apart from a “Galax 20” logo followed by “GEFORCE RTX” and three aRGB lighting strips.

Galax RTX 4090 20th Anniversary

Finally, we end with a photo of the PCB, which is relatively short, as is the case with many RTX 40s. It features a power connector at the rear of the PCB and 24 4-phase power supplies. According to our Chinese colleague, the PCB is made up of 14 layers.

That said, we can’t help thinking that the card is being released at the worst possible time. Remember that the RTX 4090 will be banned in China, so let’s just hope that the brand has managed to secure enough GPUs to produce a comfortable number of cards.