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Native ATX 3.0 16-Pin Cable Melts Too When Connected To An NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090

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The NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 is the company’s latest graphics card. His physique and power were said to be incomparable. However, since the graphics card was released, report It overheats the connection and melts the connection port and cable. A recent post on Reddit shows that his ATX 3.0 power supply native, which uses a 12VHPWR power connector, is currently suffering from the same melting issue.

There have been some reports online that 16-pin power adapters pose a fire hazard. NVIDIA Report research & is asking the partner to send the defective card to the company. This allows the company to look not only at the primary graphics card, but also at custom his cards made by the partner to determine the cause of the problem and fix it as soon as possible.

Latest issue to pop up Facebook MSI GeForce RTX 4090 Gaming X Trio 24G GPU with MEG AI1300P PSU (also made by MSI)A user was aware of a known issue with the NVIDIA RTX 4090 series, using an ATX 3.0 PSU on the native 12VHPWR connector to avoid the 16-pin adapter entirely, but instead using the native 16-pin cable connector. However, it still didn’t solve the problem. flare up.

Looking at the pictures, not only does it look like the connector port connections are starting to melt, but the cables wear out quickly. User did not bend the cable. This has been a known issue since the first few cases started. MSI contacted the user to replace her PSU with the GPU. It’s unclear if the use of third-party or partner components is responsible for the overheating issue, or if the problem lies with the design of the cards, cables, etc.

The true cause of the problem is unknown, but the number of cases where the problem has not been fully remedied continues to grow. This is because the most significant deterrent to a new user buying a card for the first time or a returning customer looking to upgrade to the latest generation is having to pay around $1,600 for his latest NVIDIA graphics card, so the user is an even greater concern for

News source: tom’s hardware, Facebook

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