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EVGA reveals their RTX 2080 Ti K|NGP|N - This GPU is INSANE

EVGA's highest-end graphics card to date

EVGA reveals their RTX 2080 Ti K|NGP|N - This GPU is INSANE

EVGA reveals their RTX 2080 Ti K|NGP|N - This GPU is INSANE

EVGA has officially unveiled their highest-end graphics card to date, the RTX 2080 Ti K|NGP|N, a hybrid cooled monster of a graphics card which offers users a 240mm liquid cooler alongside all-copper air-cooled heatsinks. 

When compared to EVGA's other RTX 2080 Ti graphics cards, the K|NGP|N offers an amped up power solution which packs a staggering 16+3 phase VRM solution which takes power from a 3x8-pin power solution, showcasing exactly why the graphics card ships with a 240mm AIO cooling solution at stock. 

On top of this graphics card's already overkill cooling solution, EVGA has also promised to deliver a version which ships with a full-cover water block, offering the GPU with an A/I  configuration which can support single-slot mounting if used with a single-slot PCIe plate, which will ship with the graphics card's optional water block. 

Like all of other K|NGP|N series graphics card, the RTX 2080 Ti K|NGP|N was designed in co-operation with Vince "K|NGP|N" Lucido, EVGA's resident overclocking master. 

Below are the full specifications of EVGA's RTX 2080 Ti K|NGP|N. Unlike ASUS' RTX 2080 Ti Matrix, EVGA's RTX 2080 Ti K|NGP|N doesn't feature a memory overclock, though EVGA does state that their K|NGP|N features overclockable Samsung GDDR6 memory modules. 
   
 EVGA RTX 2080 Ti K|NGP|NEVGA RTX 2080 Ti XC UltraEVGA RTX 2080 Ti XCNvidia RTX 2080 Ti (FE)Nvidia RTX 2080 Ti (Ref)
ArchitectureTuringTuringTuringTuringTuring
CUDA Cores4,3524,3524,3524,3524,352
Base Clock
1350MHz1350MHz1350MHz1350MHz1350MHz
Boost Clock1770MHz1650MHz1635MHz1635MHz1545MHz
Memory TypeGDDR6GDDR6GDDR6GDDR6GDDR6
Memory Capacity11GB11GB11GB11GB11GB
Memory Speed14Gbps14Gbps14Gbps14Gbps14Gbps
Memory Bandwidth616GB/s616GB/s616GB/s616GB/s616GB/s
Memory Bus Size352-bit352-bit352-bit352-bit352-bit
SLINVLINKNVLINKNVLINKNVLinkNVLink
Price$1899.99$1249.99$1199.99$1,099-


EVGA's RTX 2080 Ti K|NGP|N is designed with high-end overclocking in mind, which is why the graphics card offers a built-in OLED display which can be used to showcase real-time voltages, temperatures, clock speeds and power consumption statistics and packs an LN2-ready 12-layer PCB and integrated voltage reading locations. 

It has been confirmed that EVGA's RTX 2080 Ti K|NGP|N Hydro Copper version will retain compatibility with EVGA's RTX 2080 Ti K|NGP|N OLED display panel, which is designed to fit into a single-slot graphics card configuration. 


EVGA's RTX 2080 Ti K|NGP|N is available to order starting today for $1899.99 for EVGA Associate Members. 

You can join the discussion on EVGA's RTX 2080 Ti K|NGP|N on the OC3D Forums

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09-04-2019, 01:50:39

Kaapstad
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Originally Posted by WYP View Post
A custom water block for this graphics card will be available in the future.

https://overclock3d.net/gfx/articles...134250573l.jpg

Read more about EVGA's RTX 2080 Ti K|NGP|N graphics card.
Card is a joke.

Custom water from day one or don't bother.

This is supposed to be an extreme card, not an in between one.

As to the pricing.....Quote

09-04-2019, 03:11:22

Dicehunter
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Originally Posted by Kaapstad View Post
Card is a joke.

Custom water from day one or don't bother.

This is supposed to be an extreme card, not an in between one.

As to the pricing.....

My little brother is getting one, I face palmed so hard XDQuote

09-04-2019, 03:21:43

Warchild
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
My little brother is getting one, I face palmed so hard XD
wealthy boy...Quote

09-04-2019, 03:30:58

Dicehunter
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Originally Posted by Warchild View Post
wealthy boy...

He makes a good living in the German film industry but still, Could get a 2080 Ti FE, Waterblock and quite likely get the same performance minus the garish looks.Quote

09-04-2019, 03:48:36

MiNo
I wonder how many of such cards will actually end up doing 'insane OC' - open bench, liquid N2 / sub zero and all that...

Is the user base really big enough to warrant this (and similar cards from other companies) ?

Or do they all end up in 'rich kids' PC's offering a few FPS more and a warm fuzzy feeling for the ~$800 premium?

I guess there is also the possibility that the cards are made as an advertising stunt - never meant to be sold in volumes, but to brand the company as 'badass' for having the most 'insane GPU' of all.Quote
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