Jacob Freeman, the Global Product Management Director at EVGA recently teased new water-cooled models of the recently launched GeForce RTX cards. Freeman tweeted out a picture showing off EVGA’s upcoming high-end Hybrid FTW 3 graphics card earlier this week. These tweets were followed by tech industry insider @Ghost_Motley posting images of other EVGA models snapped during a recent EVGA PAX live stream.
— Jacob Freeman (@EVGA_JacobF) September 4, 2018
EVGA RTX 2080 Ti designs pic.twitter.com/6PAMyUdhov
— Charlie (TDP) (@ghost_motley) August 31, 2018
The new water-cooled cards have a fresh, translucent design and feature the AIO-cooled Hydro Cooper FTW 3, which is a water-cooled model designed for use with custom water-cooling, and the Hybrid model, which has a combination of an onboard fan and AIO water-cooler. Freeman also stated that the users can now set the Hybrid’s radiator and card fans independently. There’s also a 2080 Ti with a basic blower design.
No further details about the new cards have been released by EVGA yet, like the pricing, but it’s expected to come up with appealing price tags.
Although the details of these newer models aren’t out yet, here are some specs of the other models from EVGA.
EVGA has so far announced eight models of the RTX 2080 and eight models of the RTX 2080 Ti. It has quite a lineup of graphics cards with distinct options. The lineup includes three dual-fan cooling system and four cards with triple-fan ICX2 coolers. There’s also a single option with a blower-style cooler.
EVGA’s top-tier graphics card, the EVGA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti FTW3 Ultra will include a 14-phase power system for maximum stability and a 2.75-slot heat sink to take care of the thermals.