Friday, September 21st 2018

Manli Announces GeForce RTX 2080 Ti and RTX 2080 Gallardo Series Graphics Cards

Manli Technology Group Limited, the major Graphics Cards and other components manufacturer, today announced the brand new RTX 20 series family graphics solution - Manli GeForce RTX 2080 Ti & RTX 2080 Gallardo with RGB Lights. Manli GeForce RTX 2080 Ti & RTX 2080 Gallardo delivers extremely cool, fast and smooth gaming experience. Powered by the latest NVIDIA Turing GPU architecture and revolutionary RTX platform. It also couples with real-time ray tracing, artificial intelligence and programmable shading.
Innovative Cooling Design
The Gallardo series cooling cover design combines with metal grey and slightly golden curves to bring the brand new elegant appearance. Meanwhile, strength heat dissipation with up to 5 composite copper heatpipes, and triple blade fans to ensure quitter and cooler operation.

Upgraded Packaging Design
The brand new Gallardo series packaging comes with the golden and warrior which obviously represent "elegant" and "bravery".

Main Features
  • Real-Time Ray Tracing
  • NVIDIA GeForce Experience
  • NVIDIA Ansel
  • NVIDIA Highlights
  • NVIDIA G-SYNCTM Compatible
  • Game Ready Drivers
  • Microsoft DirectX 12 API, Vulkan API, OpenGL 4/5
  • DisplayPort 1.4, HDMI 2.0b
  • HDCP 2.2
  • NVIDIA GPU BoostTM
  • NVIDIA NVLink (SLI-Ready)
  • VR Ready
  • Designed for USB Type-C and VirtualLink
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23 Comments on Manli Announces GeForce RTX 2080 Ti and RTX 2080 Gallardo Series Graphics Cards

#1
herliTz1337
Hmm Gold is nice but miss some RGB LEDs therefore not a product for me.
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#2
Vayra86
Want some slightly golden curves with that strength heat dissipation?

Its obviously elegant and brave, just like this English
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#3
BluesFanUK
Yours for the price of a small car.
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#4
kastriot
Nice looking card but no cigar..
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#5
xkm1948
BluesFanUKYours for the price of a small car.
What car for $1200? Some 80s clunkers?
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#7
xkm1948
Id take some beautiful RTRT over fugly clunkers any time. You don’t wanna cheap out on transportation. RTRT won’t kill you, an old ass car might. Not to mention the maintenance cost.
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#8
Caring1
If only their English was as nice as their cards.
It looks great, but saying it has a quitter fan makes me not want to buy it :kookoo:
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#9
Durvelle27
xkm1948What car for $1200? Some 80s clunkers?
Not true, I bought a 2007 for $1500 in perfect condition but it’s also a Standard
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#10
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
xkm1948Id take some beautiful RTRT over fugly clunkers any time. You don’t wanna cheap out on transportation. RTRT won’t kill you, an old ass car might. Not to mention the maintenance cost.
This right here is the pure essence of ignorance.

Ok, that was unfair, but I strongly disagree.
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#12
erixx
Times goes by... fast.
I must have lost the class where "RTRT" was explained. Never heard that one. Damnd gangstas.

In my century, ships did have names, then cars, and aeroplanes... out of pure romanticism.... but videocards? Gallardo? Mouwaaahahahahaa!
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#13
thekaidis
Cue the Youtube reviewers mispronouncing "Gallardo..."
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#15
Caring1
Cybrnook2002Looks exactly like the pny xlr8 card:


It does, but the Manli looks better
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#16
thekaidis
Considering Manli an PNY use the same OEM, not surprising.
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#17
Animalpak
I dont know it comes with the same cooler of the 1080 Ti but the 2080 Ti produces alot more heat needs slightly bigger cooler. This card will probably end to be hotter than their 1080 Ti.
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#18
lynx29
Vayra86Around here you can easily get 2003-2005 year cars with about 110 ~ 180.000 km driven. Good for another 3-6 years of frequent driving at least...

Perspective ey :) I'd take that over some fugly RTRT any day of the week

www.autoscout24.com/lst/?sort=price&desc=1&ustate=N,U&size=20&page=1&priceto=1000&atype=C&
yeah Indiana has cheap cars as well. I always pay around 2 grand for my cars and they generally last 4 years with minor maintenance here and there.
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#19
Basard
Ah, the ole Manli Geraldo....
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#20
crazyeyesreaper
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xkm1948Id take some beautiful RTRT over fugly clunkers any time. You don’t wanna cheap out on transportation. RTRT won’t kill you, an old ass car might. Not to mention the maintenance cost.
TO pile on just got a 2006 Ford Focus a couple years ago and 2007 Ford Focus a few months ago, less than $2000 for both. One had 73,000 miles when I got it the other 130,000. One needed nothing the other just needed rocker panel work. $70 rocker panel and about 2 hours of welding later good as new.
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#21
lynx29
crazyeyesreaperTO pile on just got a 2006 Ford Focus a couple years ago and 2007 Ford Focus a few months ago, less than $2000 for both. One had 73,000 miles when I got it the other 130,000. One needed nothing the other just needed rocker panel work. $70 rocker panel and about 2 hours of welding later good as new.
but if you don't drive a 30 grand car your not cool man!!!!

hahaha cheers mate, mine is a 2003 ford focus, cost me $2000 still runs great. got it like 5 years ago.
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#22
moproblems99
Durvelle27Not true, I bought a 2007 for $1500 in perfect condition but it’s also a Standard
Really, you bought a manual. Standard transmissions are now automatics.
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#23
Durvelle27
moproblems99Really, you bought a manual. Standard transmissions are now automatics.
Yes I have a 5 Speed
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