MaxSun RTX 4080 Anime Edition. That was a mouthful, especially if you’re at a shop trying to convey to the salesman what exactly is that you want. However, it Maxsun’s first 4000 series GPU is the 4080 rather than the top-of-the-line 4090. The card has both a unique name and design. If you’re looking to search it up on Google, you will need to enter MaxSun RTX 4080 iCraft OC “Aijia Edition”. However, if you’re not within the very specific region this retails in, you will have to call it the Enchantment Heart Princess Edition.
This isn’t the first time MaxSun launched a card similar to this. Their “Nvidia RTX 3070 “AiJia Limited T0C“ was also something that you would need to hide from most of your family.
MaxSun claims that this model is factory overclocked, yet the specifications only list the base clock at 2210 MHz, a 5 MHz increase above the NVIDIA baseline specifications. The new iCraft is powered by a single 12VHPWR power plug and has an official TDP of 320W.
The MaxSun RTX 4080 Anime Edition features a white shroud with minimal RGB lighting. The backplate is decorated with the same character that was seen in the previous cards.
If you’re looking to purchase one, you are out of luck for the most part as no one retails these cards outside of China. However, if you have the money to burn, you can get these imported and then worry about the warranty later on.
If you’re still wondering about RTX 4090s catching on fire, here is an update.