Gigabyte RTX 3090 Eagle OC

Gigabyte RTX 3090 Eagle OC 24GB

Features of the Gigabyte RTX 3090 Eagle OC

A lot that you can read here is similar to what I wrote about the Gigabyte RTX 3080 Eagle OC as the cards are very similar.


Gigabyte RTX3090 Eagle OC

Graphics Processing

GeForce RTX™ 3090

Core Clock

1‎725 MHz (Reference card is 1695 MHz)

Memory Clock

1‎9500 MHz



Memory Bus

3‎84 bit

Memory Bandwidth (GB/sec)

9‎36 GB/s

Card Bus

PCI-E 4.0 x 16

Digital max resolution

Card size

L=320 W=128 H=56 mm

Power Connectors

8‎ pin*2


DisplayPort 1.4a *3
HDMI 2.1 *2

SLI Support

SLI Support

Recommended PSU

750 W

The main difference between the reference RTX 3090 (FE) is that the Gigabyte RTX 3090 Eagle OC has a GPU Boost clock of 1725 MHz instead of 1695 MHz. This isn’t a set fixed limit though as Nvidia’s GPU Boost will see this boosing above 1725 MHz often.

While Nvidia has their own special cooling solution on their Founders Edition cards, Gigabyte has opted for a more conventional solution called the Windforce 3X cooling system. The card have three fans, two 90mm fans in the center and the read and one smaller 80 mm at the front. The center fan spins in opposite direction to the other two fans generating more turbulense which helps with the heat dissipation.


An extended heatsink design allows air flow to pass through, providing better heat dissipation.

copper heatsink

A huge copper heatsink sits above the GPU and the VRAM helping to transfer heat from the components.

The card also supports Gigabyte’s RGB Fusion 2.0 and have one smaller LED at the front of the card that can be controlled via the Auros Engine software

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