Sunday, January 6th 2019

EVGA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Kingpin Teased Some More

EVGA put out a second teaser of its flagship graphics card based on the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti, the K|ngp|n (Kingpin), following the first bite in December. This picture details the cooling solution even better. The cooler uses a combination of an all-in-one (AIO) liquid closed-loop-cooler (CLC) and a fan-heatsink. The CLC does the heavy lifting, with a pump-block over the GPU, and some of the heat offloaded from secondary heatisinks. A set of fin-stack heatsinks cool the memory and VRM areas, which are ventilated by a 100 mm fan. EVGA appears to be using relatively expensive materials such as copper, for its secondary heatsinks.
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4 Comments on EVGA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Kingpin Teased Some More

#2
Blueberries
*Empties wallet on the table*

Just take it.

I can see they're sticking to heavy copper heatsinks for the VRM and I'm sure there's more going on than you can see in that picture (I see at least one copper heat pipe on the bottom for VRAM)
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Tomorrow
Pictured on Z390 Dark...that is still not available anywhere despite being announced months ago.

I like EVGA engineering and features but man are they slow getting their stuff out of the door. I mean yes it takes time to engineer custom PCB's but still. Atleast stop teasing your products a quarter ahead of actual launch.
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nickbaldwin86
Tomorrow said:
Pictured on Z390 Dark...that is still not available anywhere despite being announced months ago.

I like EVGA engineering and features but man are they slow getting their stuff out of the door. I mean yes it takes time to engineer custom PCB's but still. Atleast stop teasing your products a quarter ahead of actual launch.
Worst part is it is almost old news by the time you can throw money at it. the Z390 Dark and this card might be old news by the time they hit market. The Z470 and some other better card will hit market, unlikely a RTX3080Ti but you get the point
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