EVGA’s most recent GeForce GTX 1080 Ti is fluid cooled and pressed with sensors

EVGA offers an aggregate of seven GeForce GTX 1080 Ti models, all of which are completely air cooled. The solitary exemption is EVGA’s new GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC2 Hybrid Gaming (11G-P4-6598-KR), which consolidates an across the board fluid cooling arrangement with air cooling to keep things pleasant and cold.

The new SKU likewise elements EVGA’s iCX innovation, which means it’s stacked with warm sensors for focused cooling and to let you to screen temperatures all through the card. In this occurrence, there are nine extra sensors deliberately set, alongside numerous MCUs (memory controller units) installed on the PCB. Utilizing EVGA’s Precision XOC utility, you can screen each of the sensors progressively.

Out of the crate the SC2 Hybrid comes plant overclocked, however EVGA did not go insane here. The card has a 1,556MHz base clock and 1,670MHz lift clock, up from Nvidia’s reference tickers of 1,480MHz and 1,582MHz, individually.

While nothing is ensured with regards to overclocking, it’s sensible to expect some extra headroom. In any event, the card ought not throttle as much as a consistent GTX 1080. As per EVGA, its crossover cooling arrangement brings down the GPU temps from around 80C to around 45C contrasted with a standard GTX 1080 Ti, while the memory is cooled from around 85C to under 60C. There is a committed memory plate that reaches the water cooling piece to stay chilled.

The greater part of this cooling execution comes at a premium—EVGA’s asking cost is $810. In the event that that doesn’t drive you away, you can snatch one now coordinate from EVGA. Reuters

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