EVGA announces more GeForce RTX graphics cards

Air and water-cooled

During the launch of the GeForce RTX graphics cards, EVGA revealed the XC and the FTW3 series. Currently it seems the company is ready to introduce more models. Today EVGA announced four models, which feature air and water cooling.

At the moment there are only pictures of the upcoming models but it can be expected that EVGA is going to reveals details such as clock frequencies and price rather sooner than later. Overall the cards look pretty similar to the previous generation although EVGA has reworked the design a bit and swapped the fans for new ones. The current line-up includes two Hybrid models, two Hydro Copper versions and one blower GPU.

Like the previous GTX 1080 FTW3 Hybrid graphics card, the upcoming RTX 2080 and 2080 Ti FTW3 Hybrid is supposed to use a 120mm AiO cooler. Since other manufacturers are making use of larger radiators, we might see something similar from EVGA as well. Furthermore there is no precise information on what kind of PCB we will find on these cards. Cooling wise, while the standard fan takes care of the VRM and memory, the AiO cooler only cools the GPU itself.

The Hydro Copper FTW3 and Hydro Copper XC are quite simple since they come with a full cover waterblock installed on the card. As the name suggests we expect to find a water block made out copper. According to the pictures, they should both come with a dual slot design. Last but not least we have the blower version which sports a blower type fan with a black plastic shroud.

As of today there is no precise date available when these cards will hit the shelves.

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Source: videocardz

News by Luca Rocchi and Marc Büchel - German Translation by Marc Büchel - Italian Translation by Francesco Daghini

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