Thursday, November 28th 2019

ASUS ROG Strix RTX 2080 Ti White Edition Graphics Card Pictured

We live in strange times, with GALAX releasing HOF Black Edition graphics cards, and now ASUS dishing out an ROG Strix White Edition. Unlike GALAX, ASUS limited its whitewash to the cooler shroud, the fan impellers, the back-plate, and even the various internal cables (fans, lighting, etc.,) while leaving the PCB black. The cooler shroud has RGB LED embellishments at the same spots as the original ROG Strix RTX 2080 Ti, so you can play with color.

The card ships with 1770 MHz GPU Boost frequency, and an untouched 14 Gbps (GDDR6-effective) memory. The GPU Boost frequency in particular is significantly higher than the 1650 MHz of the ROG Strix RTX 2080 Ti O11G, and closer to the 1800 MHz that the ROG MATRIX RTX 2080 Ti ships with. The ROG Strix RTX 2080 Ti White Edition is priced at 1,600€ (including taxes).
Source: Cowcotland
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12 Comments on ASUS ROG Strix RTX 2080 Ti White Edition Graphics Card Pictured

#2
Animalpak
No thanks ! Mine all black is way better...:D:D
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#3
Totally
[quote=btarunr"] The card ships with 1770 MHz GPU Boost frequency]So it's not using GDDR6?
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#5
holyprof
Whoever buys this for €1600 will feel robbed when Nvidia release the 2080Ti Super at the same (or lower) price in the next months.

Looks awesome though.
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#6
Vayra86
madness777
But not a white PCB :(
They didn't paint the heatsink either

Meh

They did do cabling, at least ;)
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#8
robb
Totally
So it's not using GDDR6?
What doess the GPU boost have to do with the VRAM? And even if you were clueless about that at least open your eyes as it says GDDR6 immediately after that.
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#9
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robb
What doess the GPU boost have to do with the VRAM? And even if you were clueless about that at least open your eyes as it says GDDR6 immediately after that.
How about you get your eyes checkeked and maybe learn 2 read, it says "gddr6 effective" i.e. if it was gddr6 it would be that fast.
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#10
robb
Totally
How about you get your eyes checkeked, it says "gddr6 effective" i.e. if it was gddr6 it would be that fast.
when I replied to you, your quote of his post was broken and only showed "The card ships with 1770 MHz GPU Boost frequency" and not anything else...
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#11
EarthDog
Totally
So it's not using GDDR6?
It is. That is how it is normally expressed. Because 14 Gbps is the gddr6 "effective" speed. Otherwise known as 1750 Mhz actual.
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#12
MadHobbit
Waiting for someone to say that the cards are for White Supremacists....
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