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Do you think maybe NVIDIA's add-in board partners are excited about the company's GeForce RTX 2000 series launch? You better believe it. Unlike everyone else, NVIDIA's hardware partners have known about finalized specs for a long time so they could prepare custom cards at launch. EVGA in particular has unveiled no less than 16 GeForce GTX 2080 Ti and GeForce GTX 2080 cards, and there will be even more SKUs when the GeForce RTX 2070 hits in October. The more than a dozen SKUs are split evenly between the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti and GeForce GTX 2080 (eight each, by our count). Features vary by model, of course. Most of the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti sport a 16 phase power design, for example, while the two... Read more...
There's really little left for NVIDIA (and its partners) to surprise us with at Monday's special GeForce-centric Gamescom event. Over the past few days, there have been numerous leaks regarding NVIDIA's upcoming GeForce RTX 2080 and the even more powerful GeForce RTX 2080 Ti graphics cards. At this point, these are the confirmed specs that we have for the PNY versions of the two high-end gaming cards: So far, two MSI GeForce RTX families have leaked along with cards from Palit and PNY. Not to be left out, we now can bring you images and details of cards from ASUS, EVGA and Zotac. First off, here's what ASUS has to offer: ASUS has at least three confirmed... Read more...
When it comes to extreme overclocking, we often look to people like Vince "KINGPIN" Lucido and Der8auer to see how far hardware can be pushed on liquid nitrogen (LN2). Today, EVGA is showcasing a new breakthrough in overclocking – the ROBOCLOCKER -- that simplifies the process for achieving insane overclocks without the hassle of constantly pouring in LN2 from a thermos. The ROBOCLOCKER was designed by KINGPIN and Illya "TiN" Tsemenko, and adopts some ideas from the liquid (water) cooling realm for LN2 cooling. The cooling process is automated through a closed loop system and requires no human intervention for pouring the LN2; it is instead drawn from a primary tank. Software... Read more...
In this episode of HotHardware's Two And A Half Geeks, Marco, Chris, and Dave discuss g a major departure from AMD’s Executive team, EVGA’s first ever mechanical gaming keyboard, the Z10, the sights sounds and systems of PAX East 2018, Dell’s potent Latitude 7390 2-in-1, and go over the details of our AMD Raven Ridge Gaming System GIVEAWAY... Show Notes: 04:40 - EVGA Z10 Mechanical Keyboard Review: A Unique, Full-Featured Gaming Deck 15:50 - The Sights, Sounds And Systems of PAX East 2018 19:13 - Nintendo Switch Impresses With Wolfenstein 2 Gameplay At PAX East 21:55 - Hands-On Dell’s Coffee Lake-H Powered G-Series Gaming Laptops At PAX 26:19 - AVA Direct Rocks... Read more...
EVGA is best known for its graphics cards, and for good reason. EVGA is the number one NVIDIA authorized board partner in the U.S. and they have been for a long time. Like many brands in the PC enthusiast space, however, EVGA has started to branch out beyond just graphics cards and today they have a wide range of items in their product stack, ranging from motherboards and notebooks to peripherals and power supplies. Despite being in the peripherals game for a relatively short while, however, EVGA already has five gaming mice in the market, and it just introduced its first mechanical keyboard, the Z10. Like most products released by EVGA, the Z10 is designed with enthusiasts in mind. To accommodate... Read more...
Gamers or HTPC fans who are looking for a feature-packed mITX mainboard supporting Socket 1151 Coffee Lake CPUs might want to check out the new EVGA H370 Stinger. As the name of the board implies, it uses the Intel H370 chipset and is an economical offering that supports Core i3, i5, and i7 Socket 1151 Coffee Lake-S processors. The board is also Intel Optane Memory Ready and has an HDMI 2.0 and DisplayPort 1.2 output integrated. The H370 Stinger supports 7.1 channel high definition audio and optical out. EVGA includes Intel Dual-band WiFi / Bluetooth 4.2 connectivity with external antennas for better signal strength. The board has a single M.2 Key E 32mm socket and a single M.2 Key... Read more...
In case you haven't noticed, we're in the middle of a GPU release drought. The last launch was NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 1070 Ti, which came three months after AMD pushed its Radeon RX Vega out the door. Based on current rumor, NVIDIA's next-gen Ampere architecture could land in GPUs in April, so there's hope that this drought will be soon over. Fortunately for EVGA, even though its bread and butter is the graphics cards business, the company has many other product lines that can help pad the bank account during quiet seasons. Back in 2013, EVGA released its SuperNOVA G1 series, one that's gone on to earn a reputation of being well-built, and long-lasting. Now, the company is ushering in its fully... Read more...
EVGA typically uses CES to showcase a handful of new or upcoming products, and this year’s show was no exception. EVGA’s suite was packed with an array of graphics cards, motherboards, cases, peripherals, and new cooling products that squarely target enthusiasts, do-it-yourselfers, and gamers. Among the products on display were a monstrous 2,200W power supply and hydro-copper K|NGP|N GeForce GTX 1080 Ti. Above is a quick look at a few of the stand-outs featured in EVGA’s suite. The EVGA 2,200W SuperNova P2 power supply will supplant the company’s previous 1,600W model at the top of its PSU line-up. This 2,200W, platinum-rated behemoth is capable of using more power than... Read more...
It is almost a given that any new motherboard appearing on the market will have a bunch of flashing lights, no matter which chipset it is based on. Not so with EVGA's X299 Dark motherboard. The company decided to go in a different direction with a sweet looking motherboard that is performance tuned for an Intel Core-X series processor. Power users will find many amenities here, including no less than three fans to keep critical components cool. "Some motherboard companies believe it is enough to tell you that their boards are fast. Others put enough RGB LEDs on their boards to make you think racing lights will make your board go faster. EVGA could have designed a board like those...or it could... Read more...
NVIDIA launched its GeForce GTX 1070 Ti back in late October (you can read the HotHardware review here), and hardware partners are still releasing their own takes on this mainstream gaming GPU. In the case of EVGA, it has just launched the GeForce GTX 1070 Ti FTW Ultra Silent, which as its name implies, outputs minimal noise when you are fraggin' opponents in your online multiplayer bouts. The card and its massive heatsink take up roughly two and a half slots, but its I/O bracket will take up a full three slots on your rig. The GTX 1070 Ti FTW Ultra Silent makes use of EVGA's ACX 3.0 cooling system, which allows for superior performance with regards to heat removal, while allowing the fans to... Read more...
If you're looking for the ultimate in GeForce GTX 1080 Ti gaming goodness with a minimal footprint, it looks as though EVGA has the perfect solution for your beastly gaming rig. The enthusiast hardware company has just pulled the wraps off the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti K|NGP|N Hydro Copper. The graphics card is guaranteed to overclock to at least 2,025MHz, which matches the specs of the air-cooled version of the card that launched earlier in 2017. Although 2,025GHz is guaranteed, base and boost clocks are pegged at a more sedate 1,582MHz and 1,695MHz respectively. What makes the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti K|NGP|N Hydro Copper so special, however, is the fact that it is a single-slot solution that manages... Read more...
We can now add EVGA to the list of companies that support Intel's 8th generation Core processors, dubbed Coffee Lake, with the help of three Z370 motherboards. Three boards is pretty standard fare for EVGA, with this launch following the theme of other recent ones. Those wanting an mATX motherboard have an option in the form of Z370 Micro, while hardcore enthusiasts have the Z370 Classified K. For everyone in between, there's the Z370 FTW. Figuring out the minute differences between motherboards can be a massive hassle, but EVGA's made things pretty simple by including a side-by-side features list on the series' landing page. Unfortunately, at the current time, pricing is unknown, as the boards... Read more...
In case you missed it yesterday, Marco brought you an excellent review of Intel’s new Skylake-X based Core i9-7960X and Core i9-7980XE HEDT processors. Boasting 16 and 18 cores respectively, these enthusiast-class processors can process up to 36 threads and are aimed at mega-taskers. The 7960X and 7980XE feature base clocks of 3.8GHz and 3.6GHz respectively, and we were able to push them to 3.9GHz and 4.1GHz respectively (across all cores) in our testing using air cooling. However, those results pale in comparison to what famed overclocker Vince “K|NGP|N” Lucido was able to achieve with an 7980XE, an EVGA X299 DARK motherboard and an EVGA SuperNOVA 1600 T2 Power Supply. Oh, and we should add... Read more...
EVGA is well known in the enthusiast community for its motherboards, video cards, power supplies and countless other PC peripherals (among other things). The hardware company just announced its upgraded SC17 1080 G-SYNC Gaming Laptop (which is quite a mouthful), but we’ll just call it the SC17 for brevity’s sake. As its name implies, the SC17 features a big, gorgeous 17.3-inch 4K NVIDIA G-SYNC panel, which is much appreciated in this class of gaming notebooks. We’ve been seeing 17-inch notebooks “saddled” with 1080p displays for far too long, so it’s nice to see that EVGA has equipped this notebook with a resolution worthy of the gaming muscle lurking within. Powering the notebook is a burly... Read more...
Gamers and overclockers looking for a new NVIDIA-based graphics card have something new to lust over from EVGA. The new video card is the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti K|NGP|N edition. Sure, that name doesn't exactly roll off the tongue, but the performance is there in spades. The GTX 1080 Ti K|NGP|N edition currently holds multiple single video card world records in benchmarks with a 3DMark Time Spy record of 14,219 and a 3DMark Fire Strike Extreme world record of 19,361. The video card also grabbed world records in UNIGINE Superposition with a score of 8,642 and in 3DMark Fire Strike scoring 31,770. To support that kind of performance, EVGA used its iCX Technology that brings a new and efficient... Read more...
Preorders are currently underway for Intel’s new Core X-Series processors, which range from the quad-core, quad-thread Core i5-7640X ($242) to the 8-core, 36-thread Core i9-7980XE ($1,999). These new Skylake-X and Kaby Lake-X processors require a brand-new chipset, the X299, and motherboard manufacturers have responded by providing a number of new offerings hitting multiple price points. Luckily, we’ve got a quick roundup of new X299 motherboards from EVGA, Gigabyte and MSI to get you started on your search for the perfect companion for your new Core X processor. ASUS ASUS has a total of seven X299 boards at its disposal, with the Republic of Gamers (ROG) lineup leading the way: ASUS ROG Rampage... Read more...
Join us for another episode of HotHardware's Two And A Half Geeks webcast. In this episode we kick around Samsung's Galaxy Book 12, the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon, EVGA's GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC2 with iCX technology, the Nintendo Switch, AMD ThreadRipper, Ryzen Mobile, Radeon Vega Frontier Edition, EPYC and much more... Show Notes:05:30 - EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC2 GAMING Review: Dialing-In On Performance18:24 - Samsung Galaxy Book 12 Review: OLED Display Meets S Pen And Portability18:24 - Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon (2017) Review: Optimized Mobility36:04 - Nintendo Switch Review: Buying Advice And Tips For Maximum Fun55:16 - AMD Confirms Beastly ThreadRipper 16-Core 32-Thread... Read more...
A couple of weeks ago, we reported on a rumor of forthcoming GT 1030 graphics cards from NVIDIA, and this week, their existence has been confirmed. Its launch creates a new battle: Radeon RX 550 vs. GeForce GT 1030, although based on the specs alone, it looks like the RX 500 is going to come ahead (but its price will scale). The rumor leading up to the launch of the GT 1030 showed that the card could come equipped with either 384 or 512 CUDA cores, but based on the models available right now, it appears that the variant with 384 CUDA cores is going to be more common. At this point, we can't find a 512 core version of the card available, so it could become exclusive for OEM use like some other... Read more...
Soon after NVIDIA's Founder’s Edition GeForce GTX 1080 Ti hit the scene, board partners readied custom cards, like the EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC2 GAMING with iCX technology we’ll be showing you here. We have already taken a look at a powerful behemoth from Gigabyte, and MSI chimed in recently as well. Today’s combatant from EVGA, though slightly more tame in terms of clock speeds, may just be the most attractive to the data junkies and tweakers among you.EVGA’s iCX technology is interesting for a few reasons. It incorporates a plethora of additional sensors onto the card, along with a protection circuit, in addition to a highly-optimized heatsink and fans, to offer users far more information... Read more...
  Do you have a fever, and the only prescription is more GeForce GTX 1080 Ti? Well, sit back and take a seat, because EVGA has no less than three custom graphics cards coming your way — and that is in addition to the already-announced Founders Edition.EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti As you might already know, the Founders Edition has a base clock of 1480MHz and a boost clock of 1582MHz, with a texture fill rate of 331.5GT/s. The 11GB of GDDR5X memory is clocked at 11GHz providing effective memory bandwidth of 484 GB/s.EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC2 Gaming But EVGA’s custom boards start ramping up the clock speeds and employ the company’s own patented cooling systems to keep board temperatures in... Read more...
Just a week ago, Vince “K|NGP|N” Lucido was turning heads with a massive overclock on an EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Founder Edition. K|NGP|N was able to take the newly released graphics card to a stunning 2.5GHz using liquid nitrogen. Even the onboard GDDR5X memory received some well-deserved attention, overclocking to 12.5Gbps. To put those numbers in perspective, the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti has a base clock of 1480MHz and boosts to 1582MHz, while the card’s memory has a stock speed of 11Gbps. Now K|NGP|N is back at it again, using liquid nitrogen to eek another 500MHz out of the EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Founder Edition, taking it past 3GHz. EVGA confirmed the feat in a Facebook posting, showing the... Read more...
For close to two decades, EVGA has been producing graphics cards based on NVIDIA GPU technology. The company's current line-up consists of literally dozens of cards featuring GeForce GTX 10-series GPUs, with various clock speeds, cooler configurations, and form factors. Although the GeForce 10 series has been out for quite a while now, and EVGA already has a voluminous line-up of cards, the company isn’t done releasing new products just yet. In fact, the GeForce GTX 1080 FTW2 card featuring EVGA’s iCX technology we’ll be showing you here is arguably the company’s most extensive revamp yet.EVGA showed some cards with iCX branding at CES last month, but didn’t disclose any details. At first glance,... Read more...
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