The EVGA assembler has launched the ECGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti K | NGP | N, a top-of-the-line graphics card that has one of the best constructions in the market and is designed with overclocking in mind.
As we can see in the attached images the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti K | NGP | N has a base construction linking a PCB located between two metal plates, one outside and one inside. This contributes to improve the overall strength of the card and also to reduce working temperatures.
The dissipation system consists of a large copper radiator on which are located three fans with ICGA technology patented by EVGA, although it is possible to disassemble this system to place a kit of liquid cooling and to improve working temperatures.
The latter may be an interesting idea for those who want to overclock the card, something that should not be complicated since EVGA ensures that each unit arrives stably at a minimum of 2.025 MHz on the GPU.
This is an impressive figure, especially when compared to previous generations, since for example the GTX 780 Ti was 875 MHz and the GTX 980 Ti at 1,000 MHz.
The EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti K | NGP | N also features nine temperature sensors, the ability to turn on asynchronous fan rotation, mount a high-efficiency digital VRM, and use two 8-pin power connectors.
These are your complete specifications and price of EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti K | NGP | N:
- 3,584 shaders.
- 224 units of texture.
- 88 raster units.
- 352-bit bus.
- 11 GB of GDDR5X at 11 GHz.
- Frequencies of 1,582 MHz-1,695 MHz, normal and turbo mode.
- Price: 999 dollars.