EVGA has as soon as once more collaborated with excessive overclocker Vince "Okay|NGP|N" Lucido to develop the brand new EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Okay|NGP|N Version. As EVGA’s ultra-high-end overclocking card, EVGA is guaranteeing every card will be to be overclocked to no less than 2025MHz, which implies we’re a binned card with a complete heap of modifications and tweaks to permit for squeezing the previous couple of MHz out of the cardboard.
|EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Okay|NGP|N Version|
|TDP||Effectively Over 250W If You're Doing It Proper|
|Energy Connectors||2x 8pin|
|Cooler Kind||Open Air|
EVGA makes use of a completely customized PCB designed to face up to the trials of overclocking. The cardboard incorporates a 15 part digital VRM system with twin Eight-pin energy connectors on the correct edge for higher cable administration. Additionally, you will discover the EVGA Evbot connector subsequent to the ability connectors on the rear of the cardboard, an fascinating state of affairs as it is a characteristic that doesn’t present up on too many EVGA merchandise lately. The PCB options 9 temperature sensors: three for reminiscence, 5 for PWM, and one for the GPU. On the subject of show connectivity, there are three Mini DisplayPort 1.four connectors, one DVI, and a single HDMI 2.zero port all in a row, making it doable to create a single-slot graphics card when used with a water block.
The heatsink shroud has a really related look to EVGA's FTW3 version video card. Built-in into the black plastic shroud you’ll discover three massive dual-ball bearing followers pushing air by way of interlaced copper-plated fins bonded to 6 copper heatpipes (three 6mm and three 8mm) which can be connected to the copper-plated baseplate. A big metallic backplate spans the complete size of the graphics card, including rigidity and structural power to forestall it from bending below the load of the heatsink. The cardboard additionally has lodging for LN2 overclocking.
EVGA's Jacob Freeman tweeted an image from Computex exhibiting the GTX 1080 Ti Okay|NGP|N Version operating cool as a cucumber at 2404MHz. The corporate mentioned the cardboard can be out there in July. No value has been introduced but.
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