ZOTAC launches its flagship GeForce RTX 3090 Ti, RTX 3090 Ti PGF OC graphics card in China. Designed to be a step up from the AMP Extreme Holo, this card is equipped with the most thoughtful cooling solution. The card comes factory overclocked to 1890MHz, the same as the AMP Extreme Holo, and its maximum available power is the same, 495W.
It is also likely that the PGF OC and the international AMP Extreme Holo have an identical PCB design, and the heatsink design also looks similar.
What’s new is the design of the cooler shroud and backplate, which looks more thoughtful than the AMP Extreme Holo: for aesthetic reasons, there’s no hollow space at the back of the card, and the shroud ends roughly where the heatsink is, and there’s a huge round air vent that can use a large PCB cutout.
The back panel of the AMP Extreme Holo does not fully utilize this cutout. The RGB lighting is also well done on the front surface of the cooler shroud.