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Asus ROG Strix GeForce RTX 4090 OC

Why is Asus ROG Strix GeForce RTX 4090 OC better than the average?

  • GPU clock speed?
  • Floating-point performance?
    85.52 TFLOPSvs11.02 TFLOPS
  • Pixel rate?
    459.36 GPixel/svs94.57 GPixel/s
  • VRAM?
  • Effective memory speed?
  • Texture rate?
    1336.32 GTexels/svs245.58 GTexels/s
  • Maximum memory bandwidth?
  • Memory bus width?

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GPU clock speed


The graphics processing unit (GPU) has a higher clock speed.

GPU turbo


When the GPU is running below its limitations, it can boost to a higher clock speed in order to give increased performance.

pixel rate

459.36 GPixel/s

The number of pixels that can be rendered to the screen every second.

floating-point performance

85.52 TFLOPS

Floating-point performance is a measurement of the raw processing power of the GPU.

texture rate

1336.32 GTexels/s

The number of textured pixels that can be rendered to the screen every second.

GPU memory speed


The memory clock speed is one aspect that determines the memory bandwidth.

shading units

Shading units (or stream processors) are small processors within the graphics card that are responsible for processing different aspects of the image.

texture mapping units (TMUs)

TMUs take textures and map them to the geometry of a 3D scene. More TMUs will typically mean that texture information is processed faster.

render output units (ROPs)

The ROPs are responsible for some of the final steps of the rendering process, writing the final pixel data to memory and carrying out other tasks such as anti-aliasing to improve the look of graphics.


effective memory speed


The effective memory clock speed is calculated from the size and data rate of the memory. Higher clock speeds can give increased performance in games and other apps.

maximum memory bandwidth


This is the maximum rate that data can be read from or stored into memory.

VRAM (video RAM) is the dedicated memory of a graphics card. More VRAM generally allows you to run games at higher settings, especially for things like texture resolution.

memory bus width


A wider bus width means that it can carry more data per cycle. It is an important factor of memory performance, and therefore the general performance of the graphics card.

version of GDDR memory

Newer versions of GDDR memory offer improvements such as higher transfer rates that give increased performance.

Supports ECC memory

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Error-correcting code memory can detect and correct data corruption. It is used when is it essential to avoid corruption, such as scientific computing or when running a server.


DirectX version

DirectX is used in games, with newer versions supporting better graphics.

OpenGL version

OpenGL is used in games, with newer versions supporting better graphics.

OpenCL version

Some apps use OpenCL to apply the power of the graphics processing unit (GPU) for non-graphical computing. Newer versions introduce more functionality and better performance.

Supports multi-display technology

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The graphics card supports multi-display technology. This allows you to configure multiple monitors in order to create a more immersive gaming experience, such as having a wider field of view.

load GPU temperature

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A lower load temperature means that the card produces less heat and its cooling system performs better.

supports ray tracing

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Ray tracing is an advanced light rendering technique that provides more realistic lighting, shadows, and reflections in games.

Supports 3D

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Allows you to view in 3D (if you have a 3D display and glasses).

supports DLSS

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DLSS (Deep Learning Super Sampling) is an upscaling technology powered by AI. It allows the graphics card to render games at a lower resolution and upscale them to a higher resolution with near-native visual quality and increased performance. DLSS is only available on select games.

PassMark (G3D) result

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This benchmark measures the graphics performance of a video card. Source: PassMark.


has an HDMI output

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Devices with a HDMI or mini HDMI port can transfer high definition video and audio to a display.

HDMI ports

More HDMI ports mean that you can simultaneously connect numerous devices, such as video game consoles and set-top boxes.

HDMI version

HDMI 2.1

Newer versions of HDMI support higher bandwidth, which allows for higher resolutions and frame rates.

DisplayPort outputs

Allows you to connect to a display using DisplayPort.

DVI outputs

Allows you to connect to a display using DVI.

mini DisplayPort outputs

Allows you to connect to a display using mini-DisplayPort.

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Which are the best graphics cards?

Best graphics cards of 2023

For gaming and professional work with graphics software, such as animation and video editing, the graphics card is one of the essential components of a computer. For such workloads, the integrated graphics of most new CPUs won’t be enough, and you’ll have to add a graphics card to your system. With a wide range of GPUs to choose from, it’s crucial to know which specifications and features are the most important. To help you find the best graphics card for your needs, we compiled a list of tips.

Defining your goal and budget

Before buying a graphics card, you first have to determine what kind of workloads you are primarily dealing with and how much you are willing to spend. What applications are you typically running on your computer? Are you mostly browsing the internet, or are you often playing games with amazing graphics, like Fallout or Battlefied? Are you editing videos and photos or watching movies in 4K high-definition resolution?

There are two main types of graphics cards: gaming-oriented and workstation-oriented. The gaming-oriented GPUs usually support very high resolutions and frame rates. In contrast, the workstation-oriented GPUs (meant for using advanced photo and video editing software or 3D modeling software, for example) have high texture and pixel rates.

While graphics cards have a wide price range, each tier has a specific price range for its group. The low-end graphics cards usually cost less than $300, while the mid-tier cards tend to stick around $400-$500, and the high-end cards go well beyond $800.

Key specs and features of GPUs

Memory Type (VRAM)

The memory type of the graphics card is directly related to the performance of the card. Though clock speeds matter, the memory or VRAM matters a bit more. Take, for example, graphics cards with GDDR5x versus graphics cards with GDDR5. The GDDR5x memory has 64 bits/access data rate compared to 32 bits/access on the GDDR5. In 2018, the first cards with GDDR6, with transfer rates of up to 128 GB/s, entered the market. Some cards use a different memory type called High Bandwidth Memory (HBM), which is smaller than that of the GDDR5x but delivers quite the boost in performance at 1024 bits/access.

One of the reasons why manufacturers have opted out of HBM, for now, is that this technology uses an entirely different way of processing and manufacturing. GDDR5 and GDDR5x have the same physical sizes, thus manufacturing time and cost almost remain the same. HBM has a smaller form factor, and this means manufacturers have to change their process to cater to this technology.

Memory type Speed Bandwidth
GDDR5 32-bit/access 8 Gbit/s per pin
GDDR5x 64-bit/access 14 Gbit/s per pin
GDDR6 64-bit/access 16 Gbit/s per pin
HBM 1024-bit/access 128 Gbit/s per pin
GPU clock speed

The clock speed determines the performance of a graphics card, as explained in detail here. There are two types: the base clock and the boost clock. The base clock is the actual speed at which a card can operate, while the boost clock is the highest guaranteed performance. Some users tend to overclock their cards beyond the rated clock speeds to achieve a faster and better performance for graphics-intensive applications.

Shading Units (steam processors or CUDA)

Shading units, shader units, steam processors, or CUDA cores, are small processors on the cards that process data, and a card can contain thousands of these. These shading units help render images, especially when three-dimensional scenes are at play. Games and video editing software benefit from a high number of shading units because they help process the thousands of frames the software has to render.


Most cards to date can provide high definition resolution at 1080p, while more expensive graphics cards, such as the RTX 2080 series, enable you to enjoy 4K resolution. To fully enjoy 4K resolution, you also need a monitor with high resolution. You can read more about display resolution here.


Graphics cards tend to use quite a lot of power, and this translates into heat. As with any electronic device, heat is the enemy of graphics cards, and it may just take a few seconds to a minute for a card to fry without proper cooling. Though the integrated stock coolers usually provide adequate cooling, some cards are equipped with additional coolers, for example, two or three large fans that help remove heat. Other manufacturers even place specialized cooling solutions that use water to cool the GPU. Each cooling solution delivers different results and requires specific maintenance. The added features cost more than the stock cooling solution that is placed in all reference cards.

AMD or Nvidia

This is a tough question to answer, just like Windows versus Mac, Android versus iOS, and other challenging comparisons. What is interesting with these two companies is their development and process to support virtual reality (VR). Recently, AMD graphics cards have been released that aim to bring the VR experience at a low cost compared to its competition. Nvidia, however, brings quite a different appeal to the VR market through high performance throughout their entire GPU range. Nvidia graphics cards cater not just to VR but also to other applications, which explains the higher price tag.

for what should I pay extra?

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> GIGABYTE Quad GeForce RTX 3060 Comparison: What Should I Pay For?


In one of the previous reviews, where we chose the optimal Intel processor for the GeForce RTX 3060, we made a reservation that we deliberately take not the cheapest version of the video card to be quieter and colder, but the boost frequencies are higher. That is, only in appearance and some characteristics, plus a couple of comments from the audience, we decided that a slightly more expensive video card from the Gaming series is much better than the model from the EAGLE series. Is it true? And if so, how much? nine0003

In addition, we have not yet returned both of these video cards. Why not compare? Moreover, to complete the picture, they asked for two more versions of the RTX 3060 by GIGABYTE — VISION and AORUS ELITE.

Therefore, we thank TELEMART for the opportunity to do various tests and remind you that there are many components, peripherals, network equipment and ready-made PCs for different tastes and budgets. And recently there was an opportunity to upgrade according to the Trade-In principle — to hand over the hardware you no longer need and get a discount on new equipment up to 9nine%.

Why is the RTX 3060 the best choice?

Before getting acquainted with video cards, let’s recall in general the characteristics and capabilities of the GeForce RTX 3060. Why are video cards based on this chip so popular now?

Compared to the younger RTX 3050, video cards on the GeForce RTX 3060 are much more powerful due to almost a third more CUDA cores and other working units — texture, rasterized, RT cores of the second generation and tensor third. Also here, the video memory bus is one and a half times wider, which is 12 GB versus 8. By the way, this is a reserve for the future. Plus, there is almost no dependence on the speed of the PCI-E interface, because the RTX 3060 has full-fledged 16 lines, while the RTX 3050 has only 8. Thanks to this, the older one pulls everything in 1080p at maximum without any problems and even 1440p, if it is reasonable to approach the settings graphics and enlist DLSS support. nine0003

As for the older RTX 3060 Ti, the regular RTX 3060, of course, loses because it has a third less CUDA cores and other blocks, and it also works with a narrower video memory bus — 192 versus 256 bits. But the Ti version, which is already positioned for Quad HD, has only 8 GB of memory and it costs more.

In order not to be unfounded, we took a system already assembled for preliminary tests from the GIGABYTE GeForce RTX 3060 Gaming OC and tried to work and play on it. nine0003

For example, a graphics adapter significantly speeds up video editing even in 4K, both the process itself with a preview and the final render, which is clearly seen in the GPU load on monitoring, as well as in the speed of the program. The same acceleration can be obtained in other graphics and video editors, and professional applications.

By the way, here we recall that NVIDIA has Studio drivers optimized for those who primarily work at the computer, not play. nine0003

If the PC is primarily a gaming PC, then standard drivers are updated quite often to improve support for new games, which include proprietary technologies such as DLSS or NVIDIA Reflex, as well as performance optimization in old hits.

For example, let’s take the eSports CS:GO for simplicity on the Nuke map against bots. Both Full HD and Quad HD, even with maximum settings, are comfortable to play with an average fps of over three hundred in the first case and under three hundred in the second. On high-hertz monitors will be what you need! nine0003

Or let’s watch the broadcast of the match with maximum settings in Dota 2 . Again, in both cases, that is, in 1080p and 1440p, the video card provides a comfortable gameplay. So, as always in this game, at the beginning of the match there are a few blunts, until the game caches everything it needs, and then there are no problems, even very rare events exceed a hundred.

Even in the heavier and resource-hungry oD: Warzone with maximum graphics settings, there are no complaints about the smoothness of the video sequence in the most popular resolutions. There were no even small jerks while driving this time. nine0003

That is, simple popular, and even resource-intensive competitive games on the RTX 3060 run without problems. As for the heavy AAA projects, let’s not look at them in the comparative part.

What did you test on?

Before moving on to a closer acquaintance with video cards, it remains only to recall the config of the system in which we tested them.

Based on affordable GIGABYTE B660M GAMING DDR4 9 motherboard0016 .

The processor took a 6-core 12-thread Intel Core i5-12600 with operating frequencies in the range of 3. 3 — 4.6 GHz.

The processor is quite hot, so we cooled it with a rather big cooler Arctic Freezer 34 eSports DUO Black/Red .

RAM installed 32 GB with two modules DDR4-3200 GOODRAM IRDM X Black .

Operating system and other installed on SSD GOODRAM IRDM M.2 to 512GB .

The power supply was GIGABYTE P850GM 850W , which was more than enough.

And all these components are housed in the case DeepCool MATREXX 40 Tempered Glass .

More about video cards

Let’s say right away that all models have the rev.2.0 specification in their names. This means that they have built-in protection against mining — the cards are not suitable for this. But work and games — please! nine0003

And one more thing — the printed circuit boards themselves are almost the same. Especially in the three younger ones, in which 6 phases of the stabilizer feed the GPU, and 2 more — the memory. Total 8 phases. The AORUS ELITE is somewhat different here. It is powered by an 8 + 2 scheme, that is, two more, which should provide higher frequencies — we will check a little later.

Basically, the cards differ in cooling systems, so let’s move on to them.

The youngest and most affordable card tested — GIGABYTE GeForce RTX 3060 EAGLE OC 12G (rev.2.0) . And only she carries two fans. They have a diameter of 100 mm and rotate in different directions to create a stronger air flow, and the blades are corrugated for better distribution.

The length of the video card is small — only 242 mm. It occupies two expansion slots. Additional power — 8 pin.

The most interesting thing is the declared Boost frequency — 1807 MHz, while the reference card has 1777 MHz. Three sevens are easy to remember — we will continue to compare. nine0003

There is even some RGB Fusion 2.0 backlighting — a glowing EAGLE inscription, that is, «Eagle» in translation.

The GIGABYTE GeForce RTX 3060 Gaming OC 12G (rev.2.0) also has a dual-slot cooling system, but is already equipped with three fans of 80 mm each.

The heatsink is pierced by three heatpipes, with the same direct contact to the chip for better heat capture. The power requirement is similar to the previous card — a 550 W unit and one additional 8 pin connector. The length of the card, of course, is longer — 282 mm. nine0003

The GPU frequency is 30 MHz higher than the previous one — 1837 MHz. There is also a bit of illumination — a glowing «GIGABYTE» logo.

The location, by the way, is better — at the end it is better visible through the transparent side panel of the case.

Next is an almost complete copy of Gaming — model GIGABYTE GeForce RTX 3060 VISION OC 12G (rev.2.0) . Also three 80 mm turntables, three heat pipes and a frequency of 1837 MHz. Even the size is almost the same. The difference is a couple of millimeters. nine0003

The main feature, as you understand, is the light design. If a system is assembled in a similar design, such a card will fit in with a bang.

And finally AORUS GeForce RTX 3060 ELITE 12G (rev.2.0) . Its cooling system is the largest of all. It is thicker, occupies about 3 expansion slots, and reaches almost 30 cm in length. 5 heat pipes are pressed against the GPU.

The main feature of the cooler is the circular illumination of the fans. Perhaps that is why the manufacturer recommends using a 100 W more powerful power supply — 650 W, and in addition to the 8-pin additional power supply, you will need another 6-pin connector. nine0003

The claimed GPU frequency is 30 MHz higher than other cards — 1867 MHz.

In addition, it is worth noting that all cards have a partially blown backplate. This window allows you to more efficiently throw hot air out of the radiator.

Heat and frequencies in the stress test

Now let’s compare cooling systems under severe conditions. All cards were warmed up under maximum load by the FurMark stress test.

Obviously, the 2-fan 3060 EAGLE turned out to be the heaviest in this scenario. The GPU temperature rose to 75.5°C, and the hottest point that the sensors caught was almost 91°C. The cooler was running at 94% of its maximum speed. However, EAGLE temporarily took the highest GPU frequency — 1942 MHz. Will she be able to approach her in games? We’ll find out a little later.

The VISION version is blown more efficiently. The temperature is 71.2°C and the Hot Spot is 83.4°C. At the same time, the smaller diameter turntables have a higher speed, they accelerated by an additional 460 rpm compared to the EAGLE. And for them it is only 80% of the maximum. Fixed frequency ceiling — 1890 MHz.

RTX 3060 Gaming OC showed the optimal ratio of temperature and percentage load of the cooling system among 4 modifications. GPU overheating is already below the psychological mark of 70°C, and the coolers work at 77% of their capabilities. The maximum GPU frequency is 1867 MHz.

Finally, the AORUS RTX 3060 ELITE managed to achieve the coldest result of 67.4°C with a Hot Spot of 77.6°C. To do this, the cooling system at its peak was spinning up to 90% of its capabilities, which in numbers is 2118 rpm. nine0003


Hot Spot

Fan (Max)

GPU Clock (Max)

Mem Clock




2118 RPM (90%)



RTX 3060 Gaming OC



2234 RPM (77%)

1867 MHz

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71. 2℃


2360 RPM (80%)







1903 RPM (94%)

1942 MHz


In total, the final summary of the results looks like this. We can say that the cards endure the stress load equally well, keeping temperatures normal, because the ceiling for the RTX 3060 is 93 ° C. If the places are given out, gold goes to AORUS ELITE, silver goes to Gaming, and bronze goes to Vision. EAGLE wins in the «compact» category — it will fit better in a small case. As for the noise, in our system it is approximately the same for everyone — relatively low. Subjectively, EAGLE and Gaming are a bit quieter than the others. nine0003

Let’s compare four RTX 3060

We have already seen what our participants are capable of under maximum load, now we will evaluate what performance they provide in work and gaming loads.

Blender 3-fan modifications are almost identical. They outperform EAGLE by an average of 3-4%.

But the V-Ray benchmark built a more visual ladder. AORUS bypasses the youngest modification already by 7-12%. In turn, Gaming and VISION are in the middle — with a 3-4% advantage over EAGLE. nine0003

In the 3DMark Time Spy, the 2-fan EAGLE probably didn’t handle as high frequencies as in the stress test, which put it just below the Gaming version. It is clear that, in general, here the difference is calculated plus or minus one percent. AORUS has the highest result — it surpassed the younger one by 2.5% in terms of Graphics Score.

In general, it is clear that there is no fundamental difference for work tasks — all RTX 3060 are cool and well optimized for popular programs. But if you are looking for the best option on this GPU, the choice is AORUS Elite. VISION or Gaming will be optimal, and the last list will be EAGLE. nine0003

And now the main dish of this review — comparison in games. Will it be possible to find a tangible difference between the cards? What are the temperatures and frequencies in real games? We will learn from the example of 9 scenarios with different resolutions and graphics settings.

Starting with Cyberpunk 2077 at 1080p and ultra settings. So far without rays and DLSS. All maps have a difference within the measurement error. Everyone keeps an excellent GPU frequency around 1900 MHz with a vengeance. This is the highest value in the stress test. The Vision was the best — its frequencies are consistently high, which resulted in a 3-4% advantage over the 2-fan Eagle. nine0003

Paying attention to the ratio of noise and temperatures to speed, Gaming wins. It is 5°C cooler and slightly quieter than the Vision.

Turning on the magic DLSS technology in the «quality» mode increases the frame rate by more than 30 percent! By a third! No noticeable subsidence in detail. Now the cards consistently keep the frequency above 1950 MHz, only EAGLE stuck to 1920 MHz, which provided it with a 4% lower average frequency than AORUS. By the way, the reference boost frequency for the RTX 3060 is 1777 MHz. nine0003

We continue to find the balance of picture and performance — turn on ultra ray tracing, and switch DLSS to «Performance» mode. In this scenario, the AORUS model did better — the only one took 2025 MHz, also at the lowest temperature. In second place in this regard was Gaming, it also has 66 ° C, a good frequency of 1972 MHz and 60 fps on average.

With DLSS technology in performance mode, you can get the same smooth and stable gameplay at 1440p resolution. So far without Ray Tracing. In first place again AORUS. For example, it is 7°C colder than EAGLE and beats it by 7% in very rare events. Again, Gaming looks like the golden mean — the second in terms of temperature and speed, and in the tail — the dual-fan EAGLE. nine0003

Finished with Cyberpunk 2077 at 1440p, Ultra Rays and DLSS in Performance mode. The midrange bar goes down to 43-45 fps. We can say that this mode is quite comfortable for passing. In this scenario, VISION wins, because it holds the frequency of 1965 MHz almost like concrete. For example, she outperformed the youngest card by 5-9%. The second place is shared between the Gaming and Aorus models, showing a slightly lower frequency, but more comfortable temperatures. nine0003

Let’s move on to the second game — Dying Light 2. The first stage in Full HD resolution with maximum graphics settings, called High, and without DLSS technology. Again we see that there is no sacred difference, the cards differ by 1-2 fps, which cannot be felt without monitoring. In terms of temperature-GPU frequency, the Gaming model won — 69 ° C and about 1935 MHz. For example, the compact EAGLE has 77°C and a frequency just below 1900 MHz.

With the inclusion of high quality ray tracing and DLSS in the Performance mode, we keep almost the same smoothness of the gameplay with a slight loss of sharpness on individual textures. The gradation between the cards has not changed much. Only VISION stood out with a more stable frequency, which gave it a 1-2 frame advantage over others.

Transition to Quad HD resolution. The settings are still maximum, except for DLSS in Quality mode and no rays yet. The RTX 3060 Gaming OC seems to be the winner here, since at a minimum temperature of 69°C, it showed almost the maximum frame rate. Vision usually gnawed off 2% of her average frequency, but it turned out to be hot by the same 2 ° C.

And finish in 1440p with quality ray tracing. The frequency dipped by about 30%, but thanks to the miraculous DLSS in the «performance» mode, we still managed to maintain fairly smooth gameplay. In terms of temperatures and frequencies, everything is the same: Vision wins by 1 fps, while Gaming and AORUS are 3°C colder; EAGLE as usual — 8 points hotter. nine0003


All graphics cards have shown excellent performance with frequencies around 1900 MHz and above for the RTX 3060 GPU, which is now one of the best for workloads and games with ray tracing at its cost. Even at 1440p, if you turn on the magical DLSS technology. But due to different cooling systems, there are still differences.

2-fan GIGABYTE GeForce RTX 3060 EAGLE OC 12G (rev.2.0) at times 7-9°C hotter than the coldest Gaming and AORUS. And up to 4-9% is weaker than them in frame rate in some scenarios. With poor cooling of the case, this difference may increase a little more. On the other hand, EAGLE is more compatible with tight system cases and is the cheapest.

GIGABYTE GeForce RTX 3060 Gaming OC 12G (rev.2.0) — looks like the golden mean among all 4 in terms of price / features and speed / temperature. Now it is only 800-1000 UAH more expensive than a 2-fan one. At the same time, under maximum load, only 77% of the fan speed is used against 94% for the youngest. This headroom can be converted to a better temperature or a slight overclock. Its noise level is also lower than others, according to subjective sensations.

Model GIGABYTE GeForce RTX 3060 VISION OC 12G (rev.2.0) is on average 1-2% faster than Gaming, but a couple of degrees hotter and a little louder. The price plus or minus is the same. So, its strength is a light design for the same system components.

As for AORUS GeForce RTX 3060 ELITE 12 G ( rev.2.0) , then technically it is cold, beats Gaming 1-2°C. Thanks to this, it keeps the frequency slightly higher, sometimes it even crosses the 2000 MHz line, which provides a stable bonus of 1-2 frames. But, in all likelihood, most will not want to overpay just for this. But for a cool backlight, if the case has a transparent sidewall — it is quite likely.

Author: Denis Koziolek

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