A small Chinese company, 51RISC, introduced the GeForce RTX 4090 Maximus X, which is distinguished by the existence of a pair of bubble levels — perhaps the world's first video map with such equipment.
As is well known, many large-scale self-weight video cards begin to hang in the PCI Express slot. This should not, in general, harm either the map or the mother's pay, but it is annoying at least for many. And there are cases where a graphic accelerator can break down the PCIE. And with the new GeForce RTX 4090, the problem is particularly relevant, because almost all of these video cards are very large and heavy.
To solve the problem, many users come up with their own solutions, or they buy ready-made plugs, and 51RISC decided to simplify the task of installing the video card in exactly the same way by adding bubble levels to the side edge of the accelerator.
Other than that, it's not a remarkable GeForce RTX 4090. It's built on a reference printed plate and has no factory boost. The cooling system here is not standard, it has three fans, and it occupies exactly three expansion slots. It sells 51RISC GeForce RTX 4090 Maximus X for bass-worded $2,827.