Zotac prepares GeForce RTX 2080 Ti ArcticStorm video card
The company Zotac plans to soon introduce a new video card called GeForce RTX 2080 Ti ArcticStorm, according to the resource VideoCardz. The novelty, like other representatives of the ArcticStorm series, will be equipped with a full coverage waterblock.
It is reported that the new video card should be presented at the CES 2019 exhibition, which will be held next week. For the novelty Zotac has developed a completely new design of the water block, characterized by an aggressive style and the presence of customizable RGB-lighting with support for the control system Zotac Spectra 2.0. Also, the acrylic cover of the water block is decorated with metal plates. The base of the water block is made of copper and protected from corrosion by a layer of Nickel. It, as usual, contacts not only with the GPU, but also with memory chips and power elements of the power subsystem.
It is also worth noting that the graphics card will receive a powerful power subsystem consisting of 16+4 phases. The number of additional power connectors is not specified, but at least there are two, and possibly even three 8-pin connectors. Unfortunately, the frequency of the GPU Turing TU102, as well as the frequency of GDDR6 memory are not specified. The cost and start date of sales are also still a secret, but already at CES 2019 the veil of secrecy can be lifted.
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