After a first wave of solid products without special surprises - we are starting to receive information about the most invested and advanced models that our partners of NVIDIA Business
You thought the tumult surrounding NVIDIA's first Turing cards About to end? In the absence of any up-to-date competition in the field, it's probably not going to deafen, and now we're starting to see the buds of the super versions from the Green Company's major partner manufacturers - those that are not only meant to provide fair competition for Founders Edition models, but overshadow them.
First in line GIGABYTE, Who decided to provide us with a teaser Video For its Aorus XTREME versions of theGeForce RTX 2080 andGeForce RTX 2080 Ti - with three massive 100 millimeter fans located on two different levels and rotating in opposite directions, ostensibly to prevent the formation of air vortices that would impair overall cooling efficiency.
As expected from the most expensive models in the entire market and the most expensive ever in the gaming world, you will find a variety of colorful RGB illuminations, including the fan edges and the brand logo, both on the front and the metal back cover plate - and if that is not enough. And seven ports Video (For up to four screens at once at a given time), three of which are HDMI, three of a type DisplayPort And another kind USB Type-C with VirtualLink support.
We still do not know what the working frequencies of the models will be or how much all this extreme madness will cost - but it is likely that after such an official exposure the official launch is no longer far from us, along with all the missing technical details.
For those of you who prefer Cooling Water on their sophisticated graphics card, MSI is one of the first to provide solutions with its Sea Hawk series - which will once again be offered in a complete version that includes a system Cooling In a closed circuit with a single millimeter 120 radiator, and in a version with a block Cooling Color that is ready to connect to the system Cooling EK Water Blocks.
Based on water cooling, MSI can offer an additional hurdle for the TU102 and TU104 cores, beyond what we have seen in the "Founders Edition" NVIDIA Itself - with a declared maximum frequency of 1,755MHz for the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti models which is a jump of 13.5 percent above the base frequency of these models and a 7.3 percent increase above the frequency of the FE models, under a monstrous magnified magnification of 300 watts, and also a maximum frequency Of 1,860MHz for GeForce RTX 2080 models that are 8.7 percent higher than the default and 3 percent higher than the offer of NVIDIA.
Unlike its competitor, MSI has decided not to make changes to the models' video port array - and will offer the same three connections DisplayPort In full size, USB Type-C with VirtualLink and also HDMI Lonely as in the base design. Prices and dates are not yet known to us in this case, but we can probably guess that they can even make 800 dollars and 1,200 dollars, which we have become accustomed to having no choice but to feel almost like a bargain price.