Massive RTX 4090 Graphics Card Boasts Five Fans for Unparalleled Cooling

China-based GPU manufacturer Maxsun has introduced a new model of the RTX 4090 graphics card, known as the GeForce RTX 4090 MGG OC 24G. This graphics card features a unique five-fan cooling system called Mega Free VC, which aims to enhance cooling performance. The card also includes an aluminum backplate and customizable RGB lighting through its MCC RGB Ambient lighting feature.

The innovation of incorporating five fans is primarily geared toward improved cooling capabilities. However, it’s important to note that while this setup may result in better cooling efficiency, it could also lead to increased noise levels. Gamers who prioritize air cooling and are comfortable with potential noise might be drawn to this option, especially given the high-performance nature of the RTX 4090.

The RTX 4090 Maxsun MGG graphics card boasts three 100mm fans at the front, accompanied by two smaller fans on the sides. These additional fans likely aid in expelling heat away from the GPU heatsink. The card also includes a zero RPM mode to minimize noise when not under heavy load.

Penta-Fan RTX 4090 Maxsun MGG and the Dual-Fan RTX 4090 Founders Edition

You might be curious about how fast the RTX 4090 graphics card with its 5 fans can perform. Let’s take a look at the boost frequencies in comparison between Nvidia’s founder’s edition model with dual-fan cooling and the Maxsun MGG model with penta-fan cooling.

Boost Clocks Compared between NVIDIA Founders Edition and Maxsun’s MGG variants

While the difference in speed isn’t significantly noticeable, the inclusion of these 5 fans certainly aids in maintaining slightly lower temperatures under heavy loads. It’s important to keep in mind that this particular top-tier Nvidia GPU can draw between 450 to 600 watts of power. When dealing with such high power consumption, any additional cooling becomes quite valuable in keeping temperatures in check.

If we compare the sizes of these two GPUs, the Maxsun MGG variant is approximately 10% longer than the standard FE model and also 5mm thicker. This indicates that Maxsun has taken the already substantial RTX 4090 and further increased its dimensions. You can see a visual design comparison (although not perfectly to scale) between the two variants below:

As for the availability and pricing of this GPU, they remain unknown at this point. Since Maxsun primarily operates within the Chinese market, it’s unlikely that this GPU will be released outside of China. It’s always fascinating to explore these unique graphics card cooler designs, even if just from time to time. So, what are your impressions of Maxsun’s penta-fan graphics card? Feel free to express your opinions in the comments area down below.

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