Tuesday, May 21st 2019

Manli Introduces GeForce RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti Gallardo Graphics Cards

Manli Technology Group Limited, one of the major Graphics Cards and other components manufacturers, today announced the superior ultimate edition of Gallardo series graphics solution - Manli GeForce RTXTM 2080 Ti & RTXTM 2080 Gallardo, addition of the latest valued software - Turbo Engine and LED Lighting Control. Two lightning flash across cooling cover, and flashing with stunning LED lights. Meanwhile, it is equipped with 5 composite copper heatpipes, and triple 90 mm fans to ensure working in a silent and cool condition.
Customizable LED Lighting Effects
From now on, you can freely set up the LED lighting effect and color as you like on the bundled Turbo Engine and LED Control software.

Main Features
  • Real-Time Ray Tracing
  • NVIDIA GeForce Experience
  • NVIDIA Ansel
  • NVIDIA Highlights
  • NVIDIA G-SYNC Compatible
  • Game Ready Drivers
  • Microsoft DirectX 12 API, Vulkan API, OpenGL 4/5
  • DisplayPort 1.4, HDMI 2.0b
  • HDCP 2.2
  • NVIDIA GPU Boost
  • NVIDIA NVLink (SLI-Ready)
  • VR Ready
  • Designed for USB Type-C and VirtualLink
  • Turbo Engine smart overclock utility to tweak the RGB LED colors and effects
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12 Comments on Manli Introduces GeForce RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti Gallardo Graphics Cards

#1
diatribe
That cooler looks craptacular.
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#2
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
Quite the chunky chappie
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#3
IceShroom
3 slot 3 fan cooler for efficient card!! :kookoo: :kookoo:
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#4
bonehead123
diatribe, post: 4051347, member: 93915"
That cooler looks craptacular.
But it IS "Manly" though, hahahaha......:D

Personally, I would call it a fat, oversized, conglobulated clusterf*ck...
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#5
tigger
I'm the only one
Why didn't they just put a 3 slot backplate on it?
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#6
Animalpak
If its cheaper than other expensive thirdpart companies like ASUS/EVGA/Gigabyte will be a good deal anyway
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#7
altcapwn
I hate 3 slots cooler. I miss those old 1 slot cards from BFG.

They were overheating, but they were cool. :laugh:

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#8
BakerMan1971
never mind the crazy cooler, if this card is cheap enough it would be awesome for a waterblocking project
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#9
N3utro
altcapwn, post: 4051428, member: 175039"
I hate 3 slots cooler. I miss those old 1 slot cards from BFG.

They were overheating, but they were cool. :laugh:


Switch to watercooling and you'll have 1 slot cards again ;)
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#10
NdMk2o1o
btarunr, post: 4051299, member: 43587"
Two lightning flash across cooling cover, and flashing with stunning LED lights. Meanwhile, it is equipped with 5 composite copper heatpipes, and triple 90 mm fans to ensure working in a silent and cool condition.
Gotta love East Asian marketing speak :laugh:
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#11
Abaidor
NdMk2o1o, post: 4051574, member: 83825"
Gotta love East Asian marketing speak :laugh:
I really wonder how on earth they are so incapable of hiring some native English speakers to assist them with this.......the amount of crap coming out of them is spectacular..lol.
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#12
robot zombie
I still can't get over how they reference supercars.

Is this what they were going for? I guess I can kiiinda see it...

I guess that's one way to sell your super... cards?

3-slot cooler is kinda much for a 250w tdp card, for sure. But others are doing that, too, aren't they? Sure, it may be efficient for what it is, but better cooling performance always helps with noise. If you have the space, why not? I'm sure some people out there appreciate that as an option.

I just can't get over how ugly it is. It just looks cheap... not good for something so big and attention-grabbing. Eh, that's my taste. I dunno... to me it looks like an Aorus 2080 and an MSI gaming trio had a child and something went horribly wrong. Like when a super-attractive couple has a really ugly kid.

What's more weird to me is the dinky little block between the two finstacks. Why make it 3 slots tall if you're not even gonna use a pretty big chunk of the extra space? What's above it that needs that space? Besides that, the finstacks look to me like something you'd see on a 2 or 2.5 slot card, with the rest of the space being devoured by that ugly, visually-noisy shroud. The whole 3rd slot is pretty much being consumed by the shroud extending ridiculously far out past the fans.

Call me crazy... usually when you buy a 3-slot, it's to get more heat sink, not more hollow plastic and a couple of big-ass RGB chevrons. It probably would've been a 'fat 2-slot card if they hadn't insisted on putting those there. You could argue that aesthetics are aesthetics and it still works fine, but I kind of draw the line when the aesthetic choices cut into performance, but don't even look good doing it. Especially on top of a top-tier GPU.

Between that and the marketing phrases, I just can't wrap my head around this.
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