EVGA announced the launch of a new GPU, the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti FTW3 HYBRID, which combines the iCX air cooling system with a water cooling system developed in conjunction with Asetek. The air cooling system is responsible for cooling the VRM of the GPU (made up of 10 + 2 power phases) together with the components on the PCB. The water cooling system is responsible for cooling the silicon, for this a space of 120 mm is required to install the radiator, where the water pump is also fixed.
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The EVGA GeForce 1080 GTX Ti FTW3 HYBRID employs GP102 silicon where its 3584 CUDA Cores, 224 TMUs and 88 ROPs reach a Base / Turbo frequencies of 1569/1683 MHz (vs 1480/1582 MHz in reference model) while 11GB Of GDDR5X memory is unchanged at 11 GHz.
The information is completed with the use of a pair of 8-pin PCI-Express ports for power, hide an RGB LED lighting system that can be controlled by software, a TDP of 280W, and has six video outputs in the form of two HDMI 2.0, three DisplayPort 1.4 and one DVI.
EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti FTW3 HYBRID will go on sale at a price of $ 849, which could translate to about 900 euros.
Features for the EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti FTW3 HYBRID:
• Featuring a total of 11 global patents (pending and granted), iCX is efficiency perfected.
• 9 Additional Sensors and MCU’s embedded on the PCB.
• Full Control Using EVGA Precision XOC.
• EVGA’s iCX is the Very Definition of Interactive Cooling.
• Asynchronously-cooled GPU and PWR components use iCX sensors to determine Pump/Fan speed.