High-end graphics cards are getting bigger and bigger, especially with the RTX 4090. The 3-slot figure is just the beginning, 3.5-slots, and 4-slots are everywhere, and there are even 5-slots. In order to visually demonstrate how huge the RTX 4090 is, GIGABYTE not only announced the length, width and height of its products but also compared it with the existing flagship RTX 4090 AORUS MASTER.
By convention, AORUS XTREME is the top flagship product of Gigabyte boards, but it will continue to be polished on the RTX 4090. The first batch of top-of-the-line is AORUS MASTER, with three 11 cm diameter fans – you know, the length and width of the ITX motherboard is only Both are 11 cm.
The length, width, and height of the RTX 4090 AUROS MASTER are 358.8 mm, 162.8 mm, and 75.1 mm, respectively, and can fit into four ITX motherboards side by side.
The overall volume reaches 4383 cubic millimeters, which can fit five ITX motherboards, or almost ten half-height RX 6400 graphics cards (452 cubic millimeters).
Putting it together with the previous RTX 3090 Ti GAMING OC, RTX 3090 AORUS MASTER/XTREME, and RTX 2070S ITX, the comparison is even more obvious.
In addition, the RTX 4090 GAMING OC measures 340.0 mm in length and 3825 cubic millimeters in volume. the RTX 4090 WindForce measures 331.0 mm in length and 3476 cubic millimeters in volume.
Interestingly, GIGABYTE is one of the very few manufacturers that adhere to the standard dual-slot specification for IO baffles no matter how large the card is, rather than swelling to three or four slots with it, and in fact, many different sizes of cards share the same I/O baffle design.
The advantage of doing so is naturally that it can be used between different products, the design is more convenient, the cost can also be properly controlled, anyway, the baffle is no longer useful.