Acer is currently working on new standalone GeForce RTX and Radeon RX video cards. This is evident from a video from Gamers Nexus. The company is currently evaluating a GeForce RTX 4090 and AMD Radeon RX 7000 video card. These are prototypes at the moment.
Acer has shared details about its video card prototypes Opposite to the Gamers Nexus YouTube channel. The company is showing off two unreleased video card prototypes, which the company is currently evaluating. The GeForce RTX 4090 that the company is offering features a three-slot design and an integrated AIO water cooler without an external cooler; The cooler is built into the video card. It is about 22cm wide and has 2 propellers. The radiator sits on top of one cold dish Made of copper that cools the GPU and VRAM.
Acer GeForce RTX 4090. Source: Gamers Nexus
Acer is also working on a high-end Radeon video card, though the manufacturer isn’t sharing any specific details. The video card is brand name Predator and has two 8-pin power connectors. Acer does not confirm which AMD video card is included. Presumably it’s Radeon RX 7900 XT or XTX. So far, AMD has only released these GPUs in the upper RDNA 3 segment; The recently introduced RX 7600 is a low-profile mid-range card.
Acer does not officially confirm if or when the video cards will be released. For example, the manufacturer is not a certified partner of the Nvidia Board of Directors. It appears that the company is working on entering the market for high-end video cards. Acer previously released a discrete Arc A770 Predator video card. There have also been rumors recently that Acer is working on discrete video cards from AMD, which has now been confirmed.
Acer Radeon video card. Source: Gamers Nexus
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