The GeForce RTX 4090 grape processor was dispersed to 3450 MHz and set several records

The GeForce RTX 4090 grape processor was dispersed to 3450 MHz and set several records

The Galax OC TecLab team from Brazil dispersed the NVIDIA AD102 graphic processor as part of the GeForce RTX 4090 video map to an impressive frequency of 3.45 GHz using liquid nitrogen.

Before the experiments, enthusiasts modified the video map. In order to install a liquid nitrogen tank, the enthusiast was able to clear the space under it and transfer some elements to the other side of the board, including some capacitors and coils. In addition, the video card was decapitated by the power control controller and installed temperature and voltage sensors.

A Galax RTX 4090 SG map was selected for the experiment. It is noted that without modifications, with a normal air cooling system, its graphic chip is capable of operating at a steady frequency of up to 3075 MHz. However, after modifications and extreme cooling, it was able to be dispersed to a frequency of 3,450 MHz. However, this mode has already been unstable, so that the synthetic frequency tests have been reduced.

The Intel Core i9-12900KS booster with DDR5-5400 and a 1600 W power unit from Corsair set five world records in synthetic tests, while the Graphic Processor operated at a frequency ranging from 3270 to 3360 MHz, and the video memory was dispersed to an effective frequency ranging from 23.86 to 24.24 GHz.

Galax OC TecLab enthusiasts point out that they're not gonna stop there and they're gonna try to break the video card even harder.