Friday, November 16th 2018

Manli Announces GeForce RTX 2080 Ti and RTX 2070 with Blower Fan

Manli Technology Group Limited, the major Graphics Cards and other components manufacturer, today announced the brand new RTX 20 Series graphics solution - Manli GeForce RTX 2080 Ti & GeForce RTX 2070 with Blower Fan. Powered by the latest NVIDIA Turning GPU architecture and the revolutionary RTX platform, Manli GeForce RTX 2080 Ti provides top tier gaming performance for gaming enthusiast. It is built-in 4352 CUDA Cores, with core frequency is at 1350MHz, which can boost up to 1545MHz, and for Manli GeForce RTX 2070 is built-in 2304 CUDA Cores, with the base clock is at 1410MHz and which can dynamically boost up to 1620MHz.

The cooler cover design comes with the symbol of "Tai Chi", to couple strength (performance) and gentleness (silence). Meanwhile, the upgraded dual ball bearing strength blower fan design with heat pipe (Manli GeForce RTX 2070) or advanced vapor chamber cooling technology (Manli GeForce RTXTM 2080 Ti) which strength cooling efficiency.
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7 Comments on Manli Announces GeForce RTX 2080 Ti and RTX 2070 with Blower Fan

#1
dorsetknob
"YOUR RMA REQUEST IS CON-REFUSED"
"Manli Technology Group Limited", the major Graphics Cards and other components manufacturer,
Never heard of them or come across them
Chinese Brand ? trying to expand into new markets ?

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Parent organization: PC Partner Gr
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#2
CheapMeat
For a split second, because of the impression of scale in the pictures, i thought those were small, half-height variants...I was like WOW I NEED THEM BECAUSE REASONS.
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#3
Chloe Price
Blowers are fine only when SLI'd, since they blow out the hot air pretty fine.. But as with noise and thermals compared to a "custom" cooler from Asus for example, they suck.
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#4
HisDivineOrder
The only blower I trust is an nVidia-built one. I've never seen a third party blower that wasn't cheap, extremely loud, and prone to failure.
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#5
Flanker
HisDivineOrder, post: 3943776, member: 136874"
The only blower I trust is an nVidia-built one. I've never seen a third party blower that wasn't cheap, extremely loud, and prone to failure.
I hate blowers and I never use multi-GPU setups in my house. Regarding to third party blowers, I thought HIS IceQ's are better than reference?
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#6
Melvis
I use 2 Blower design GPU's in my main rig and they are quiet and cool (never go over 80c) on stock fan curve. If I wanted to make them run cooler I could with changing the fan curve but I have no need to really. Asus GTX 970's.

I have run many Sli/Crossfire set up in the past and like others have said they are the way to go with 2 GPU set ups the blower design, ive tried with twin fan cards but they always over heat (MSI 280X's, Powercolour 7930's)
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#7
LocutusH
Blowers by nvidia on the 9 and 10 series is fine. I use them a lot.
But no other blower came even close to their performance and noise levels yet.
So i am curious if these manlis deliver or not...
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