There's not much to say about the latest on EVGA's new tease on the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Kingpin graphics card, with a brief tease in December it has been silence ever since.
The latest is a picture that shows off the gorgeous cooler that EVGA has used on the card, with the company using a combo AIO closed loop liquid cooler, as well as a traditional heat sink and single fan. The liquid closed-loop-cooler (CLC) will be doing most of the work where it will have a pump block over the GPU and take some of the heat and offload it to secondary heat sinks.
EVGA is taking care of the GDDR6 and VRMs on the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Kingpin which will be cooled by a 100mm fan, while copper is used throughout the card especially on its secondary heat sinks. All in all, it looks great so far, and I really want to see what they can do when they're pushed to the limit.
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