April 1 is always a chance to spot some delicious infusion. The palm of April Fools’ 2021 undoubtedly goes to Casper Andersen, a young Danish passionate about gadgets. For the occasion, computer scientist created the RTX 4090 from scratch, presented in a fun video.
On April 1, 2021, many brands and the media played side by side by introducing April Fools’ Day. On our part, we enjoyed fapping Next generation console made by Lidl. But after looking for proposals on the web, stop 2021’s best April Fools’ unquestionably goes to Casper AndersonYoung Danish gadget enthusiast.
As you can see in the video below, the young man created a GeForce RTX 4090. The crazy technical characteristics of this new GPU clearly make you smile: an astronomical TDP of 1000 watts, a massive size justified to house the 12 fans necessary to cool the beast and 48 Go de VRAM!
Wait until you see the RTX 4090 Ti
Kasper Andersen shows off his creations in a funny video, where we can see how detailed it is for April Fools’ Day. He did not skimp on the grading and the means between the two power cables RGB lighting on the board, Or even this silly comparison tool that records no less than 23,000 images per second ! The benchmark is poorly placed besides that, with the test bench literally flying away in the screen against the super-heavy power of the card and its fans!
History to push the joke to its climax, Kasper Andersen presents GeForce RTX 4090 Ti at the end of the video, Powerhouse with eight SLI GPUs whichIt occupies only four “PCIe slots.” Well, you will understand, this thick cloud of smoke as the map lights up does not bode well for the future … This is not the first time that Kasper Andersen has given us this kind of crazy kidnapping, like the video dedicated to ‘Intel’s new GPU, the XE Gaming Eiffel 6500“.
In any case, this video will likely bring a smile to the face of users who have been struggling for weeks to obtain a file GeForce RTX 3070 or RTX 3080. Especially since the deficiency will not improve anytime soon, Stock returns are not expected before the second half of 2021.