It will be another couple of weeks before Nvidia’s recently unveiled GeForce RTX 3090 finds its way to store shelves, and in the meantime, its add-in board partners (AIBs) are readying custom models. One in particular has caught our eye. In a promotional video highlighting its upcoming GeForce RTX 3090 FTW3 with iCX3 technology, EVGA shows the card being overclocked to 2,105MHz (just over 2.1GHz) via its Precision X1 software.

Nvidia’s reference blueprint for the 3090 calls for a 1.4GHz base clock and 1.7GHz boost clock, so running it at 2.1GHz would represent a tantalizing OC. In fact, the 3090 is the slowest clocked model (so far) of the GeForce RTX 30 series—boost clocks on the 3080 and 3070 check in at 1.71GHz and 1.73GHz, respectively.



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