Best RTX 3090 Graphics Card [Buying Guide] - GPU Mag (2022)

Currently, two kings are competing for the GPU throne. The RTX 3090 from NVIDIA and the RX 6900XT from AMD.

These GPUs are very close in terms of raw rasterization performance. However, because of the 24GB of VRAM and faster memory bandwidth on the 3090, the RX 6900XT lacks slightly in 4K resolution. Once you factor in ray tracing and DLSS, the clear winner this time around is NVIDIA.

If you truly want to have the best of the best in your computer, you should be opting for the green team. However, getting your hands on this beast of a GPU is going to prove difficult, given the lack of stock and the mining craze.

If you do manage to find a shop that has this GPU in stock, it is a good idea to do some research to figure out exactly which model of the RTX 3090 you should choose.

Usually, the various models of a GPU are similar in many aspects. Even so, given that this is going to be (or at least should be) a long-term investment, it is best to find something that will satisfy your needs in every aspect. These needs include design, cooling, and performance.

Ensure you are making the right decision by looking through this list of the best RTX 3090 variants available.

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ASUS ROG Strix Gaming RTX 3090

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  • Sleek design
  • Great clock speeds
  • Silent & efficient thermals

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MSI RTX 3090 GAMING X TRIO 24G

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  • Great price to performance
  • Well designed

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    The Pros:

    • Sleek and simple design
    • Good stock boost clocks
    • Quiet and cool

    The Cons:

    • No groundbreaking disadvantages

    When it comes to high-end GPU products, ASUS always delivers. Their variants often come with a heftier price tag but, if you are a fan (no pun intended) of cool and silent graphics cards and don’t care about the extra cost, you will always end up happy with a Strix.

    ASUS again delivers reliable cooling and performance with the new NVIDIA SKU lineup. Even the RTX 3090 shows promise, considering it is a card that can easily exceed 400 W of power consumption. Five years ago, most enthusiasts and reviewers would compare that to a furnace. That is not the case this time around, even when sucking 400 W of power.

    Let’s see what the ROG Strix Gaming RTX 3090 can deliver.

    Pricing

    Believe it or not, the ROG Strix is actually a bit cheaper than some alternatives on the market right now, which is unusual. ASUS usually grabs the top spot for GPU costs. The MSRP of the Strix RTX 3090 is $1800, which is about $300 more than the Founders Edition. That is a significant price hike but consider that all the other AIB models will come with a similar increase in cost.

    Design

    Design-wise, it looks great in my opinion. Of course, this is entirely subjective, but with so many over-the-top “gamery” designs today, it is refreshing to see something a bit simpler and more straightforward. Almost the entire card is black, with a few silver-like aluminum accents.

    However, it is a bit disappointing that the GPU shroud is made of plastic, considering this thing costs almost $2000.

    In terms of cooling, we don’t think it would have made a major difference.

    Performance and Overclocking Capabilities

    The Strix is also impressive when it comes to performance. Out of the box, you will enjoy an 1860 MHz boost clock (Gaming mode), which is 160 MHz higher than the Founders Edition. There’s also the OC mode that can increase the boost clock to 1890 MHz. This is one of the best factory boost clocks you can find on the market.

    If you are uninterested in overclocking yourself, this might be the AIB you are looking for.

    Even if you are an OC enthusiast, this model from ASUS is still a good choice. The overclocking headroom is larger than most of the other variants. That said, the overall OC headroom for all GPUs of the 3000 series isn’t exactly great, so keep that in mind.

    The Strix is able to reach a 1950 MHz GPU core clock, although your mileage may vary. This could bring up to a 6% performance uplift over stock when gaming at 1440p.

    Thermals and Noise

    With stock settings, ASUS’ RTX 3090 is relatively silent and cool, averaging around 65 °C. This is all thanks to the good contact between the heatsink and the GDDR memory, VRM, and over the entire PCB.

    You won’t be disturbed much by the sound of fans because they don’t spin up very often.

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    Gigabyte RTX 3090 Aorus Xtreme

    Interface: 2 x HDMI 2.1, 3 x DisplayPort 1.4a, 1 x HDMI 2.0

    Boost core clock – 1‎860 MHz

    Recommended PSU: 850 W

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    Gigabyte has been mostly consistent with its releases for the past several years, with both their AMD and NVIDIA GPUs. This is especially true of their low-mid-end variants, such as the Gaming OC and WINDFORCE. However, if you are looking for the best of the best, you should not be looking at those. You should turn your focus to the Aorus Xtreme.

    The RTX 3090 Aorus Xtreme is huge. It is 319 mm long, 140 mm wide, and 70 mm tall. You definitely won’t be fitting the Aorus Xtreme in an ITX case.

    Pricing

    Unfortunately, it appears impossible to find any kind of information about the original pricing of this GPU from Gigabyte. Currently, the price on websites such as Newegg and Amazon sits at a “comfortable” $3000. However, this is caused by the mining craze and a lack of stock.

    Design

    The design of the Aorus Xtreme is exactly what its name suggests: extreme from every angle. That is not necessarily a bad thing but we would prefer something simpler like the Gaming OC from Gigabyte or TUF from ASUS.

    Overall, it is a pretty good-looking graphics card made using high-quality materials and with a lot of RGB. Not only does the Xtreme feature RGB lighting, but it also has its own LED display that can be customized as you wish. The display can be used for monitoring temps, FPS, clocks, or you could even add your own gifs, text, etc. Of course, if you don’t like it, you can always just turn it off.

    Performance and Overclocking Capabilities

    This is where the Aorus Xtreme falls a bit short, at least when using its stock preset. Although its name promises a lot, it doesn’t deliver anything unexpected or groundbreaking. If you are lucky, you could push the clocks even further, surpassing the ROG Strix RTX 3090.

    In the end, we know that a few extra MHz is not going to make much difference to in-game performance. The FPS boost may not be more than 2% above the Strix card. However, if you are an overclocking enthusiast and want to push it to its limits, this might provide a good opportunity.

    Remember, your mileage may vary. We have seen some reports of people pushing it over 2000 MHz without any modified or additional cooling.

    If you don’t care about overclocking, you should know that the maximum factory boost clock is 1860 MHz, effectively the same as the Strix.

    Thermals and Noise

    The thermal performance does not seem too impressive either, especially if you plan to noise normalize the GPU. According to multiple sources, temperatures can average up to 80+ °C when the fans are noise normalized at 40 dBA.

    This shouldn’t be acceptable, considering that other variants can easily stay below 70 °C under the same conditions.

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    EVGA RTX 3090 FTW3 Ultra

    Interface: 1 x HDMI 2.1, 3 x DisplayPort 1.4a

    Boost core clock – 1800 MHz

    Recommended PSU: 750W Minimum

    The Pros:

    • Great cooling
    • Mostly positive user reviews
    • Only 300mm long

    The Cons:

    • Over-the-top design and RGB
    • Additional HDMI 2.0 or 2.1 would be nice

    EVGA is usually well respected in the PC world because the company delivers reliable, high-quality products while also providing great customer support. They may not be as prolific as ASUS or MSI on the market, but that doesn’t mean they don’t deserve a spot on this list.

    EVGA’s RTX 3090 FTW3 is a great all-rounder and should definitely be compared with some of the other options in this article.

    Pricing

    On the official EVG website, the 3090 FTW3 Ultra is listed at $1869.99. This doesn’t come as a big surprise. We already know that most of the AIB variants are at least $300 more expensive than the Founders Edition.

    Even so, it is $70 more than the Strix. Does EVGA have anything that can justify this kind of price? Should you really opt for this card instead of anything else? Let’s take a closer look.

    Design

    As mentioned previously, aesthetics, styles, and design preferences should be completely subjective. However, on occasion, some things are objectively awful looking and the FTW3 Ultra has this unfortunate distinction. Some people enjoy a lot of RGB, but this is overkill.

    There is one large white translucent piece of plastic occupying a huge part of the GPU. Whether the RGB under the translucent plastic is off or on, it looks out of place, especially on a piece of technology such as this.

    If you ignore that white piece of plastic, it doesn’t look bad. It has three fans and the entire shroud is black without any weird accents, shapes, etc.

    One thing EVGA has over other companies is software. The Precision X1 is the most intuitive, stable, and easy-to-use RGB software out there. That’s a huge plus in anyone’s book.

    Performance and Overclocking Capabilities

    EVGA isn’t exactly known for having big OC headroom on their GPUs. However, the 3090 FTW3 Ultra does sound promising for overclocking because you can easily switch to another preinstalled BIOS that allows for a higher power limit. By default, switching to the OC BIOS should gain you about 30 MHz above the stock 1800 MHz boost clock, as seen on benchmarks.

    The 1800 MHz stock boost clock might not seem very impressive, but the FTW3 Ultra still holds its own pretty well against ASUS and Gigabyte in terms of raw FPS.

    Thermals

    When it comes to cooling and noise, EVGA never misses the mark, even with a power-hungry GPU such as the RTX 3090. Out of the box, this thing stays under 70 °C without any additional adjustments.

    Noise levels increase to around 40 dBa once the fans start to ramp up to 1800 RPM. However, you should also expect that from most of the other options in this article.

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    MSI RTX 3090 GAMING X TRIO 24G

    Interface: 1 x HDMI 2.1, 3 x DisplayPort 1.4a

    Boost core clock – 1785 MHz

    Recommended PSU: 750 W

    The Pros:

    • Close to MSRP
    • Simple triple-fan design
    • Better boost clocks than advertised

    The Cons:

    • Thermals similar to Founders Edition

    When discussing the best AIB variants, we can’t just skip over MSI because they always manage to deliver in the high-end market. The flagship tier for the previous NVIDIA series, the RTX 2080 Ti Lightning Z was one of the fastest GPUs at the time. It overclocked incredibly well.

    Unfortunately, there is no Lightning Z for the 3090 (or any other 3000 series GPU for that matter). However, we do have the Gaming X Trio 24G. We’ll see how well it fares against its competitors.

    Pricing

    Believe it or not, this time around, this variant’s MSRP is not $300 more than the Founders Edition. In fact, it is much less than that. This MSI GPU is listed at $1,589, far cheaper than its competitors. If it also performs well, this could make it the best choice overall.

    Design

    Similar to the Strix design, the GAMING X TRIO 3090 is simple and clean. On the front, there are three equally sized fans with the MSI logo in the middle. There are some jagged edges here and there, but nothing too aggressive. Even if there were, keep in mind that the front will be facing towards the bottom of most PC cases.

    On the side, there is an RGB MSI Logo. There is also one line of translucent white plastic, similar to that used by EVGA, but this one is far subtler and looks good. The issue is that the LED strip inside is very poor.

    There are only six LEDs behind the plastic, so the lighting isn’t properly spread out. That’s a major negative for any lovers of RGB. Keep in mind that this could be fixed in the future or it might only affect some models and not all.

    Additionally, if you are worried about GPU sag, there is a bracket included in the box that can provide some extra support.

    Performance and Overclocking Abilities

    The specifications on MSI’s official website show a boost clock of 1785 MHz. However, from several different sources, it seems the GAMING X TRIO can jump up to an average of between 1800 to 1900 MHz. This is impressive, considering the far more expensive competitors offer similar stock performance.

    For overclocking, the GAMING X TRIO doesn’t exactly shine, but it can deliver up to 50 MHz more if you bump up the power limits. However, the temperature increase with such an overclock is probably not worth it.

    If you are chasing better overclocks, we suggest picking the Strix or the Aorus Xtreme.

    Thermals

    The heatsink itself isn’t very impressive, which is understandable when considering the minimal price bump from the Founders Edition. In any case, the triple fan setup is more than enough to keep the hungry 3090 beast cool and quiet enough. It does manage to go slightly over 70 °C under certain workloads.

    This is not the best but is certainly not the worst.

    NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3090 – Which One Should You Get?

    The question remains: Which of these GPU variants should you get?

    If you are looking for something that performs well in every aspect, the ASUS STRIX RTX 3090 is the best overall. You get outstanding overclocked core clocks out of the box while staying silent and cool.

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    However, if you don’t care about the extra performance from factory overclocks, the MSI RTX 3090 GAMING X TRIO will provide the best value for your money.

    Whatever you choose, any of these cards is a great option and you won’t be disappointed with your decision.

    FAQs

    What is the best GPU for RTX 3090? ›

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    CHEAPESTZOTAC Trinity9.3/10
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    Is it worth buying RTX 3090 over RTX? ›

    According to his test, the Nvidia RTX 3090 performs around 17.83% faster for games running in 4k in comparison to the Nvidia RTX 3080. That's a huge difference, especially for graphic heavy titles like Modern Warfare or Battlefield V. The RTX 3090 can run any game you throw at it at high fps with ultra high settings.

    Are there graphics cards better than the 3090? ›

    AMD Radeon RX 6950 XT – Best high-end 4K graphics card

    The Radeon RX 6950 XT is faster than the RTX 3090 for $400 less, and comes with an ample 16GB of memory. Heck, it even surpasses the $2,000 RTX 3090 Ti in performance in some games.

    How much should a 3090 cost? ›

    The Zotac Gaming GeForce RTX 3090 Trinty OC is only $999 (opens in new tab) on Woot!

    What do I need to run a 3090? ›

    Nvidia recommends a minimum PSU size of 850 watts, which is a 100 watt increase over the original GeForce RTX 3090 requirement. That rough estimate, however, is really just an estimate.

    Is a 3090 future proof? ›

    But when I do upgrade, I always aim for the top variant – in this case, MSI's GeForce RTX 3090 Ti GAMING X Trio 24G – because it gives me the best chance of future-proofing for the next generation or two of PC games.

    Is the RTX3090 Overkill? ›

    The question is - who's going to buy it? For a start, unless you're aiming to play the very latest games at 8K resolution, then the RTX 3090 Ti will likely be overkill. No games currently properly stress the RTX 3090, and the RTX 3080 Ti and RTX 3080 are plenty capable.

    Is a 3090 better than a 3080 TI? ›

    With double the VRAM capacity, higher GPU, and Boost clock speeds, the RTX 3090 is better than the RTX 3080-Ti.

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    RankDeviceValue for Money
    1NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3090 Ti DirectX 12.0010
    2AMD Radeon 6900 XT DirectX 12.0020
    3NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3090 DirectX 12.0013
    4NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Ti DirectX 12.0016
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    Is the RX 6900 XT better than the 3090? ›

    Is 6900xt better than 3090? In performance, 6900xt is not better than 3090. Although 6900xt and 3090 share common similarities, most games show that 3090 has better FPS than 6900xt. Also, 3090 has a faster clock speed, enabling it to run high-end games efficiently.

    Is the Titan RTX better than the 3090? ›

    While there are some areas where the Titan RTX is ahead of the RTX 3090, by and large, the newer GPU's specs show a decent bump in potential performance. Even where things look equal, such as the amount of memory, the RTX 3090 edges it, thanks to the faster GDDR6X memory used.

    Is the 3090 better than the 2080 TI? ›

    Based on its CUDA core count and similar clock speed, the RTX 3090 could be 70% to 80% faster than the 2080 Ti — even more so in the right games.

    How much better is RTX3090 than 3080? ›

    Compared to the slower RTX 3080, the 3090 offers 10 - 20% higher gaming performance, but only above 4k. Still it has not enough power for 8k gaming at maximum detail settings. The RTX3090 is rated at 350 Watt but the power efficiency is still quite good.

    What can a 3090 run? ›

    For 8K gaming on the GeForce RTX 3090, we've created a new DLSS Ultra Performance mode that accelerates performance in supported games, including Boundary, Bright Memory: Infinite, Control, Death Stranding, Justice, Minecraft with RTX Beta for Windows 10, Ready or Not, Scavengers, Watch Dogs Legion, and Wolfenstein: ...

    How many FPS can a 3090 run? ›

    The RTX 3090 delivered 46 fps, which is still 13% faster than the 3080 and gets close to the 52 fps limit of the ultra settings that we ran into at 1080p and 1440p. The game has a DX12 patch supposedly coming, which might boost performance beyond 60 fps at ultra quality, but we'll have to see it to believe it.

    How much electricity does a 3090 use? ›

    The default 3090 Ti records an average power consumption of 465.7W, while the 300W limited card delivers a 313.8W reading.

    How many monitors can a 3090 support? ›

    GeForce RTX 3090 Family
    GeForce RTX 3090 TiGeForce RTX 3090
    VR ReadyYesYes
    Maximum Digital Resolution (1)7680x43207680x4320
    Standard Display ConnectorsHDMI(2), 3x DisplayPort(3)HDMI(2), 3x DisplayPort(3)
    Multi Monitor44
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    Is RTX3090 good for mining? ›

    TweakTown recently posted a memory overclocking and mining review of Nvidia's RTX 3090 Ti and found some serious gains by overclocking the card's Micron 21Gbps GDDR6X all the way up to over 24Gbps. Mining performance improved significantly, making the 3090 Ti one of the fastest Ethereum miners on the planet.

    Which GPU is future proof? ›

    Nvidia RTX 3080 Ti

    Make no mistake, you're getting an incredibly capable and futureproofed GPU that's going to be able to burn through the vast majority of demanding games in 1440p and 4K with no compromises for many years to come.

    Which RTX is future proof? ›

    If you want “future proof”, maybe check out the RTX 3080 or 3090.

    Can a 3090 run 4K 144Hz? ›

    As of this writing, you will definitely need an RTX 3080 Ti, RTX 3090, or RTX 3090 Ti on the NVIDIA side to ensure getting close to 4K 144Hz in demanding games.

    Is 3090 too much for gaming? ›

    When it comes to gaming performance, we're going to just come out and say it – the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 is just 10-20% faster than the RTX 3080 at more than double the price. That increase in performance, if all you're looking for is a gaming card, is absolutely not worth it, and that's ok.

    Can a RTX 3090 run 4K? ›

    The RTX 3090 is the most capable 4K graphics card currently on the market.

    Is there anything better than 3090? ›

    If you're after pure frame rate goodness—without as much ray tracing, the 6950 XT can be often a much better choice than the RTX 3090, especially in sub-4K resolutions. AMD offers great technologies such as FSR, Smart Access Memory to really up the performance too.

    Is 3080 or 3090 better for gaming? ›

    The Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 is high-end desktop graphics card based on the Ampere generation. It uses the big GA102 chip and offers 10,496 shaders and 24 GB GDDR6X graphics memory. Compared to the slower RTX 3080, the 3090 offers 10 - 20% higher gaming performance, but only above 4k.

    What does TI stand for in GPU? ›

    The abbreviation “Ti” means “Titanium” when seen in an NVIDIA GPU Name. Some examples include the 3080 Ti, 2080 Ti, 1080 Ti. It doesn't mean, however, that there is any Titanium used in the manufacturing of the GPU. At least not more than in any non-Ti cards.

    Are all 3090 graphics cards the same? ›

    All the RTX 3090 graphics cards you see in the market, regardless of the manufacturer, have these features. The difference lies in the cooler design and PCB design. Some AIB advertises or highlights the boost clock speed of their graphics card.

    Is the RTX 3090 better than the RTX 3080? ›

    Compared to the slower RTX 3080, the 3090 offers 10 - 20% higher gaming performance, but only above 4k. Still it has not enough power for 8k gaming at maximum detail settings. The RTX3090 is rated at 350 Watt but the power efficiency is still quite good.

    Is the 3090 better than the 2080 TI? ›

    Based on its CUDA core count and similar clock speed, the RTX 3090 could be 70% to 80% faster than the 2080 Ti — even more so in the right games.

    Will there be a 3090 TI? ›

    It's been a bit of a winding road to get here, but the GeForce RTX 3090 Ti officially launched today, with full specifications and pricing revealed about two months later than originally expected.

    Is 3090 or 3090 TI better? ›

    For gaming, the RTX 3090 Ti is the clear performance winner. It's not like the RTX 3090 is bad, though. Both cards are absolute monsters at 4K. It comes down to if you want top-shelf performance or you need the best of the best.

    What is the best graphics card in the world? ›

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    RankDeviceValue for Money
    1NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3090 Ti DirectX 12.0010
    2AMD Radeon 6900 XT DirectX 12.0020
    3NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3090 DirectX 12.0013
    4NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Ti DirectX 12.0016
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    How do I download RTX 3090 for free? ›

    Option 1 – Download and install the driver manually
    1. Navigate to the NVIDIA drivers page.
    2. Choose GeForce RTX 3090 Ti from the Product list and select your operating system.
    3. Choose which type of driver you would like to download. ...
    4. Click SEARCH.
    5. Click DOWNLOAD.
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    Is the RTX3090 Overkill? ›

    The question is - who's going to buy it? For a start, unless you're aiming to play the very latest games at 8K resolution, then the RTX 3090 Ti will likely be overkill. No games currently properly stress the RTX 3090, and the RTX 3080 Ti and RTX 3080 are plenty capable.

    Is 3090 worth it for 1440p? ›

    Only a small number of graphics cards can even manage 4K — the RTX 3090 and 12GB RTX 3080 among them — in the most demanding titles, and the trade-off in performance compared to 1440p usually isn't worth it.

    Is 3090 worth it over 3080ti? ›

    Performance. In terms of performance, Nvidia claims the RTX 3090 Ti is, on average, 64% faster faster than the RTX 3080 Ti. The RTX 3090 Ti has been marketed for 8K gaming, while the RTX 3080 Ti is arguably limited to 4K gaming.

    Should I upgrade my 2080 TI to a 3090? ›

    The 3090 has around 140% more CUDA cores and 117% more RAM than the 2080 Ti. The memory on the 3090 is also better, and it has faster base and boost clock speeds, so it's basically better in every way, though it consumes more power.

    How much power does the 3090 use? ›

    The default 3090 Ti records an average power consumption of 465.7W, while the 300W limited card delivers a 313.8W reading.

    What is better RTX 3090 or RTX 2080? ›

    The 3090 offers more than double the memory and beats the previous generation's flagship RTX 2080 Ti significantly in terms of effective speed. That said, the 3090 also comes with a hefty $1,500 price tag. Professional users, such as game developers, that can make use of 24 GB of memory, may find value in the 3090.

    What is the fastest RTX? ›

    The Nvidia RTX 4090 scored 19,000 on a 3DMark Time Spy Extreme benchmark test. That's fast. We're talking blazing speeds and faster than anything else on the market.

    Is a 3090 worth it for gaming? ›

    The Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 is the most powerful graphics card you can buy today, delivering playable 8K gaming performance, along with jaw-dropping 3D rendering and encoding performance. However, you have to pay a high price for this level of power.

    How many monitors can a 3090 support? ›

    GeForce RTX 3090 Family
    GeForce RTX 3090 TiGeForce RTX 3090
    VR ReadyYesYes
    Maximum Digital Resolution (1)7680x43207680x4320
    Standard Display ConnectorsHDMI(2), 3x DisplayPort(3)HDMI(2), 3x DisplayPort(3)
    Multi Monitor44
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