As NVIDIA gears up to reveal its next generation of GPUs, we have a leak showing the bare internals of the next-gen flagship. The naked PCB of the NVIDIA RTX 3090 Founders Edition has been pictured in this new leak.
While the leak shows the PCB completely naked, we can still see the places assigned for specific components. For example, you can see six high current traces near the area where the new 12-pin power connector is supposed to be placed.
You can also see a 20-phase VRM design. You can also spot the capacitor design on the backside of the PCB, and the chokes and DrMOS design on the ‘front’ side. Take a look:
There are also 12 memory chip placements, and pads for four display connectors. The PCB also still has the spacers on with guidelines for cut-outs.
NVIDIA is going to announce the RTX 3000 series of cards today in an online event. Excited? Talk to us in the comments, down below!