MaxSun, a Chinese company, has released a new model of the GeForce RTX 4070 SUPER graphics card, despite NVIDIA’s guidelines regarding the new 12VHPWR power connector for graphics cards. Unlike other third-party cards on the market, the MaxSun model still utilizes the traditional 8-pin connectors.
The new MaxSun graphics card features an efficient cooling system with three fans and LED lighting, which is a standard among third-party cards. However, what sets this model apart is the fact that it uses two 8-pin connectors instead of the recommended 12VHPWR connector by NVIDIA.
It remains to be seen whether MaxSun has defied NVIDIA’s guidelines or if the company has received special permissions. In the coming weeks, other NVIDIA partners will unveil their graphics card models, shedding light on the situation.
The new MaxSun graphics card also raises questions about its performance and power stability. Will the 8-pin connectors provide sufficient power without negatively impacting the card’s performance?
Although not all the details are known yet, the GeForce RTX 4070 SUPER iCraft OC MaxSun model has generated interest among technology enthusiasts. Will this card surpass the competition in terms of performance? Will MaxSun’s risk bring them success in the market?
The next few weeks may provide answers to these questions. We will monitor the reactions of other graphics card manufacturers and gather feedback from users to see how everything unfolds.