The card packs a boost clock of 1815 MHz straight from the factory, effectively increasing its total compute output from the standard 14.2 TFLOPs to an impressive 15.7 TFLOPs. That is without taking in the equation the manual overclock that one would be able to achieve with the custom PCB design that packs a beastly VRM design. The card requires dual 8 pin power connectors to run and has the standard display configuration of two HDMI, two DP, and a single USB Type-C port.More photos at WCCF Tech. The card is expected to hit the market later this month for over $1,600.
ASUS ROG MATRIX RTX 2080 Ti with Infinity Loop gets pictured
Posted on Monday, Jan 07 2019 @ 12:48 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Photos emerged of the ASUS ROG MATRIX RTX 2080 Ti video card, this model features an "Infinity Loop" hybrid cooling solution. This model has a 3-slot cooling solution with three axial blade fans and integrated AiO watercooler. You get some fancy RGB LED effects on the front as well as in the backplate. ASUS overclocks this model to offer a 1815MHz Boot.