Nvidia served with lawsuit over RTX 4090 meltdowns

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A class-action lawsuit has been filed against Nvidia over a component in its RTX 4090 cards which has been melting for some owners.

The part in questions is believed to be the 12VVHPWR power adadpters, which Nvidia claims it is still investigating the issue, nearly a month after the first cases of melting power adapters were reported by owners.

The lawsuit was filed on 11th November by Lucas Genova to the US District Court for the Northern District of California. It has been…

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