Small differences in clock speeds
A few days ago, EVGA has shown three custom GeForce GTX 1080 Ti graphics cards. The new pixel accelerators include the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti FTW3, the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC2 and the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC Black Edition. While there are still no details on the availability, there is more information about the clock speeds.
4K IPS panel included
Available in May
A few days ago, EVGA has shown a little teaser about one of the new GTX 1080 Ti custom based on the new flagship chip - GP102 - from NVIDIA. While there are still no details available regarding the clock speeds, there is more information about the EVGA lineup in general. The new series will include the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti FTW3, the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC2 and the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC Black Edition.
First triple fan cooler from EVGA
EVGA has now shown their new GTX 1080 Ti graphics card featuring their new FTW3 triple fan cooler, which should offer a significantly better cooling performance, compared to the previous dual-fan coolers. At the moment there aren't many details available about this model but since it belongs to EVGA’s FTW series it is supposed to deliver excellent performance.
During CES 2017, EVGA has shown a new all-in-one water cooler for CPUs. While we have already seen all-in-one liquid cooling units from EVGA with their Hybrid series graphics cards, it's the first time that the company shows closed-loop water cooler for processors. With their new CLC series EVGA has a unit with 120mm radiator and one with 280mm radiator in its portfolio.
For graphics card and CPU
During CES 2017, EVGA has shown a new GPU cooler and a modular water cooling system for CPUs. With the iCX EVGA wants move away from its flagship ACX 3.0. Although no precise details have been revealed we can already say that the old cooler looks quite it looks quite similar to the new one. Apart from that EVGA has also come up with an expandable all-in-one water cooler.
A bit late to the party
EVGA is the last one amongst the larger motherboard vendors to announce their Z270 motherboards. Like when in the past, when a new chipset was launched, EVGA has prepared three new models. This time they’ve come up with the EATX form factor Z270 Classified K, the ATX flavored Z270 FTW K and the ITX Z270 Stinger.
VRM might not be the cause
Should address VRM temperature issues
Shorter, fully modular and with 80Plus Gold
VRM goes up in smoke
EVGA should replace the cards
Fix coming soon
The power-rerouting adapter
With white LED modular plugs
31.08.2016 - Posted by Slobodan Simic
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Liquid and air cooling combined
One with factory-overclock
Coming in four versions and LED lit logo
What you see is what you get with EVGA