Friday, September 14th 2018

EVGA Announces the RTX 20-series Trim Kit Promo

The EVGA Trim Kit Promotion offers you a great way to customize your new EVGA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti or 2080 graphics card. Although each eligible card ships with one Trim color, you can now have a chance to pick another for FREE! EVGA Trim Kits are easy to install and covered by warranty.

To enter, please answer our survey at the link below. Please state which EVGA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti or 2080 graphics card you pre-ordered or plan to buy from an authorized reseller. Once you receive your new card, register the product on EVGA.com and upload a valid proof of purchase. When Trim Kits are available, we'll send you an email to confirm which Kit you want. Offer good while supplies last. For more information, visit this page.
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17 Comments on EVGA Announces the RTX 20-series Trim Kit Promo

#1
ixi
This design looks terrible, at least for my eyes. Anyone else?

Hopeful ly they will serve well without any problems :)
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lexluthermiester
ixi said:
This design looks terrible, at least for my eyes. Anyone else?
I like them. Bet they're going to perform well.

The Quim Reaper said:
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What's deleted?
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#5
DeathtoGnomes
The Quim Reaper said:
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confirmed deletion.
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#6
Dammeron
It's like "discount/walmart RBG", however not cheap at all, if You have to buy it separately.

i give it a "fail" note.
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#7
Caring1
When 90% of GPUs face down and that side is never seen, stupid idea.
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Vayra86
Caring1 said:
When 90% of GPUs face down and that side is never seen, stupid idea.
Real OG's use a riser, bruh
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#9
Rahmat Sofyan
wow, its so big ..

Prepared for high OC or prepared for high temp ?
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#10
Caring1
Rahmat Sofyan said:
wow, its so big ..
That's what she said :pimp: :roll:
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#11
Dammeron
Rahmat Sofyan said:
Prepared for high OC or prepared for high temp ?
More like prepared for an oversized, half empty PCB, just to match the size of the cooler. I smell cooperation with MSI on that one. :p
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#12
jmcslob
These look like they were designed to look like the fake eBay cards..lol

IMO they are effing nasty looking.
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#13
sepheronx
DeathtoGnomes said:
confirmed deletion.
I disagree since I see Deleted. So it shouldn't be quite confirmed deleted until its deleted.

And yes, these are hulking monsters that are sore to my eye. I have always been a fan of the blower fans and that is it. But I think those are going to go the way of the ghost too, right?
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Vayra86
sepheronx said:
I disagree since I see Deleted. So it shouldn't be quite confirmed deleted until its deleted.

And yes, these are hulking monsters that are sore to my eye. I have always been a fan of the blower fans and that is it. But I think those are going to go the way of the ghost too, right?
Blowers are not gonna go away, they are still the most used (OEM) solution and Turing won't change that. Guess you've found your reason to skip Turing - there's one to be found for every single person it seems :)

For their added noise and reduced cooling capacity (per mm2 of heatsink area), blowers ARE reliable because they are less impacted by case temp.
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Caring1
My guess is they discovered a design fault in the original shrouds where the amount of open area decreased airflow over the surface area where it was needed, so they made cheap inserts to try and fix it...meanwhile, they came up with the idea of making a dollar off their stuff up by selling it as a "trim kit" after the initial "free" release.
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Vayra86
Caring1 said:
My guess is they discovered a design fault in the original shrouds where the amount of open area decreased airflow over the surface area where it was needed, so they made cheap inserts to try and fix it...meanwhile, they came up with the idea of making a dollar off their stuff up by selling it as a "trim kit"
Hahahah yeah that sounds a lot like EVGA. At least they added thermal pads this time
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#17
lexluthermiester
Vayra86 said:
Guess you've found your reason to skip Turing - there's one to be found for every single person it seems :)
A lot of the reasons I'm seeing is that as of yet we don't have benchmarks showing performance. For those us who have the current gen cards, and are satisfied with the performance of such, we would need benchmarks showing compelling reason to upgrade. For those with GTX 9xx series of cards or earlier, the upgrade to the 10xx series or the new 20xx will likely be easier.
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