Friday, November 20th 2020

EVGA Launches the GeForce RTX 3090 KINGPIN Hybrid - $2,000 USD

EVGA has launched their halo RTX 30-series product in the form of the RTX 3090 KINGPIN Hybrid graphics card. The pricing is there to match as well, at a full, fat $2,000. For that money, you get a hybrid-cooled graphics card that ships with a 360 mm AIO and has an incorporated OLED display for graphics card monitoring (voltages, temperatures and clocks) or animation display. The card also features some of the highest Boost clocks available in the industry for the RTX 3090 SKU, set at 1,920 MHz Boost.
Being a KINGPIN edition, the graphics card is an overdesigned, overbuilt tank, with its 23 phase power stage design on the 12 layer PCB. There are not one, not two, but three BIOS settings (normal, OC, and LN2) for those who want to submit the card to extreme cooling methods. For detailed voltage monitoring, the RTX 3090 KINGPIN Hybrid has EVBot and Probit-IT headers exposed. The card is only available for EVGA Elite members, a rewards program for EVGA users that rewards recurring customers or anyone that's active in the EVGA Forums.
Source: Videocardz
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41 Comments on EVGA Launches the GeForce RTX 3090 KINGPIN Hybrid - $2,000 USD

#26
EarthDog
bug
Someone should start a poll. Subject: how many more GPU generations before they start coming with an installment plan on the side?
EVGA already offers this...
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#27
Cheeseball
Not a Potato
Somewhat on-topic:

The EVGA Overclocking Invitational 2 is on-going between Jayz2Cents and GamersNexus with this new KINGPIN card:

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#28
DeathtoGnomes
EarthDog
EVGA already offers this...
Really? That is pretty sad actually.
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#29
Cheeseball
Not a Potato
DeathtoGnomes
Really? That is pretty sad actually.
Not really, online e-tailers have been offering Affirm, Afterpay and PayPal Credit for years. Amazon does this with their own store card.
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#30
Paganstomp


Shocking.... just shocking. :rolleyes: ( Yes, I am an EVGA Elite member. )
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#31
employee24601
pffffft

Wake me up for the Kingpin: Reloaded Edition

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#32
SIGSEGV
Paganstomp
Shocking.... just shocking. :rolleyes: ( Yes, I am an EVGA Elite member. )
LMAO. Sorry, I couldn't resist.
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#33
Jism
bonehead123
Soooo....

If it's attached to a 360mm rad, why does the card need an additional fan onboard ? I know it is o/c'd bigtime, but still....

Also wtf is up with that flip up name tag....looks really stupido IMHO....

When I saw the $2k tag, I really expected something much moar special, other than the AIO cooler & some silly graphics....
Hybrid means that the thing runs on partial aircooling and watercooling. The aircooling on the card is there for primarily the VRM. I like how they stamped a full copper block on that by the looks of it with very neath fins.

I guess the 360mm rad is needed; but i have a bit of doubts in relation to high clocks. The thing standard runs in power limit at an avg of 370 up to 450w. A card like this could bypass that limit, and perhaps go all the way up to 600W. Now those are numbers that even two Epyc 64 core / 128 thread CPU's barely archieve.
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#34
MrAMD
delshay
I'm going to take a wild guess. At absolute peak overclock on LN2 it draws 475w.,
My 3090 FE alone can draw 500w
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#35
Bones
tigger
For 2k it better come with a voucher for a girl of the night too :roll:
Ah - Looking to get some bang for your buck.
And some of those girls have extreme value as in the gift that keeps on giving.... Maybe a few gifts in fact.

The price of it combined with the shortages is beyond the pale. You can't get one already unless you pay the scalper tax and (Hopefully) those guys will have to eat those cards.
Not to mention hardware in computing in general heavily suffers depreciation anyway in most cases.

Pay it if you want - I'm not.
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#36
r.h.p
bug
Someone should start a poll. Subject: how many more GPU generations before they start coming with an installment plan on the side?
:clap:
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#37
F-man4
tigger
For 2k it better come with a voucher for a girl of the night too :roll:
I second this.
mrthanhnguyen
3090 needs at least 600w to be shine.
If for the peak spikes KINGPIN requires 1200W+.
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#38
Rares
nvidia you suck! My words only! This is why they make profit... suckers pays 2 times for the products they make! Sick mo***r f***c....
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#39
spnidel
600W TDP to get that sweet, sweet 10% performance advantage over the 6900xt
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#40
Chloe Price
As 3090s are already expensive as crap, this doesn't have THAT much price premium IMO when thinking that this is practically the flagship model from EVGA.
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#41
Exyvia
The KINGPIN cards are generally collector items since they're so scarce and also limited time.

Also another thing, pricing is generally not linear, to get the top performance - generally the price is doubled.
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