Yesterday we reported that a user joked that while playing Red Dead Redemption, the RTX 4090 OC in the chassis caught fire. Photos from the scene showed that the problem was caused by the 16-pin external power supply port, and the plastic parts were directly melted.
I didn't know it was more than one.
Now, another user to come out of the RTX 4090 graphics card burned photos, also 16Pin power supply port there appeared burned, this time the graphics card is also a non-public version, but the former user belongs to two manufacturers.
The user recalls,He was playing a game called Black Desert when the screen went black and the fans started howling.
Because the NVIDIA Logo appears on the transfer line, it is obvious that it is not a sub-factory or the original accessories.
It is reported that the RTX 4090 is a 16-pin external power supply port, manufacturers generally in the package with a 3x8Pin or 4x8Pin to 16Pin 12VHPWR converter, because the market native support 16-pin ATX 3.0 power supply is rare.
However, the PCI-SIG organization, including some AIC manufacturers, mentioned that special attention should be paid to the use of the converter cable not to bend too much cable, the socket is too tight or loose, or the number of insertion and removal is more than 30 times, otherwise it may be burned.
However, the reality is that the new converter cable is thick, and it is difficult to route the cable in a limited space or improperly designed chassis. Users have to bend the cable hard. In addition, 30 times of insertion and removal life seems too fragile. …
AIC or NVIDIA could not be reached for comment on either case by press time.
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