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EVGA's new RTX 2080 Ti KINGPIN now on sale for a huge $1900

EVGA's new GeForce RTX 2080 Ti KINGPIN goes on sale, costs an arm, a leg, and a kidney
By Anthony Garreffa from Apr 8, 2019 @ 21:23 CDT

If you've got $1900 burning a hole in your pocket, then look no further than EVGA's new GeForce RTX 2080 Ti KINGPIN - one of the most exquisite graphics cards ever created.

 

 

EVGA has finally launched the much lauded new KINGPIN-approved and heavily custom RTX 2080 Ti graphics card with a custom PCB that allows for a socket-busting 520W of power. It still houses the same TU102 GPU with 4352 CUDA cores, 11GB of GDDR6 at 14Gbps, with its GPU clocked at 1770MHz boost.

 

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The biggest part of the new EVGA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti KINGPIN is definitely the 12-layer deep PCB that was constructed with the help of overclocker 'TiN'. We're looking at a beast of a PCB that is able to handle up to 520W from its 3 x 8-pin PCIe power connectors.

 

16+3 Phase VRM with Extreme overclocking in mind

 

  • Dual MP2888A controllers
  • 16 - MP86956 - 60 ampere Smart PowerStages for the GPU
  • 3 - MP86956 - 60 ampere Smart PowerStages for the Memory
  • PEXVDD single-phase digital control VRM
  • Triple 8-pin +12V PCIe power connectors located on the edge for clean cabling
  • Over 520 W TDP Rating with bundled VBIOS

 

PCB designed in cooperation with Illya "TiN" Tsemenko

 

  • Custom low-loss 12-layer PCB
  • Probe-It header to allow for real-time monitoring GPU voltages by DMM
  • EVBot header allows for real-time power settings tuning
  • Triple BIOS for Normal, OC and Extreme LN2 use profiles
  • An array of 12 onboard iCX temperature sensors
  • Integrated voltage monitoring with real-time OLED readout
  • Diagnostic LEDs & Self-diagnostics for correct power and GPU operation

 

Back to the card itself, EVGA has used a hybrid cooling system that features a 100mm HBM fan that is placed on a full metal heat sink that is copper plated. On top of that the company has used 2 x 120mm PWM fans that are attached to a large 240mm radiator that EVGA gives you with the $1900 graphics card.

 

 

The VRMs are also cooled by their own modular heat sink that allows customers to install aftermarket GPU coolers, which is definitely a nice touch.

 

EVGA also includes something called the Shroud OLED display that lets you see real-time stats for the card like real-time voltages, temperatures, clocks, power consumption, and GPU usage.

 

Shroud OLED Display Details:

 

  • Built into the shroud is an OLED Display to show real-time card stats and user messages
  • Shows real-time Voltages, Temperatures, Clocks, Power Consumption, and GPU Utilization
  • Show self-test and diagnostic results
  • Monitor GPU junction temperature in a wide range from -64 °C to +105 °C
  • Optional LN2 benching kit with OLED bracket for enthusiast use with 3rd party cooling solution.

 

EVGA is currently selling its GeForce RTX 2080 Ti KINGPIN graphics card for $1899.99 on its own EVGA store, but it is exclusive to EVGA Associate members and Associate Code users.

NEWS SOURCES:Wccftech.com


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