Zotas announced GeForce RTX 4090 and RTX 4080 in the versions of AP Extrame AIR, Trinity OC and Trinity

Zotas announced GeForce RTX 4090 and RTX 4080 in the versions of AP Extrame AIR, Trinity OC and Trin

Zotac presented video maps GeForce RTX 4090, RTX 408016GB and RTX 408012GB in three of its own versions, AP Extrame AIR, Trinity OC and Trinity.

For GeForce RTX 4090 AMP Extrame AIRO states the use of a very powerful 28-phase power subsystem, built according to a 24+4 pattern, the new cooling system uses nine copper heat-conducting tubes, a large evaporator chamber and a large radiator.

All new Zotac cards use large cooling systems with three fans. GeForce RTX 4080/4090 APP Extrame AIR shows that one of the three fans is spinning in the opposite direction, which, according to the manufacturer, improves the air flow. In addition, the APP Extrame AIR cards have a richer five-zone adjustable ARGB lighting and a strong rear metal plate.

All accelerators are equipped with 3-act breakers to synchronize the illumination with the illumination of other PC elements. Support for the BIOS dual system with quiet and productive modes of operation is also provided for all new features.

Zotac also reported that GeForce RTX 4090, RTX 408016GB and RTX 408012GB would be sold at the recommended cost of these models in the NVIDIA benchmark, i.e. for $1599, 1199 and 899 respectively.