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EVGA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti XC GAMING 11GB Open Air

Video Card

[ Rear Ports ]

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NVIDIA's GeForce RTX 2080 Ti is the highest-end GeForce model based on the Turing GPU architecture. This generation represents an incremental improvement in general graphics performance, as usual, along with the addition of two major features: dedicated RT cores for ray tracing and Tensor cores for machine learning inference. The RT cores are brand-new, while the Tensor cores have existed on previous Titan and Quadro cards - but this is the first time they've come to the mainstream GeForce series. This specialized hardware will allow for new functionality in games and GPU-accelerated applications, but will require such programs to be written specifically to utilize them in order to see much benefit. The 2080 Ti should be about 20-30% faster than the previous GTX 1080 Ti in normal GPU-limited situations, and even higher in applications that utilize RT and/or Tensor cores.

This variant, from EVGA, has a dual-fan cooling layout. This is great for keeping a single card running cool and quiet, but results in most of the heat the card generates being pumped back into the computer. That makes these a poor choice for use in multi-GPU systems, especially in configurations where there will be no space between each card. In those cases, a video card with a blower-style fan and rear heat exhaust will be much better.

Finally, in regards to connectivity, the RTX 2080 Ti has dropped DVI output entirely. There are still enough outputs for four monitors, though: one HDMI 2.0b and three DisplayPort 1.4. VirtualLink - a specialized Type C port combining DisplayPort, USB 3.1, and power - is also included, for single-cable connectivity to next-generation VR headsets.
Ken Colorossi (Repair Technician)
Ken Colorossi (Repair Technician) Says:
The 20 series EVGA cards are extremely reliable and after the fans spin up they are one of the quietest cards currently on the market. However, I will say that there is a slight 'click/hum' noise when the fans first spin up. Since the default fan curve of the card has the fans at idle, you can hear the fans click on/off for light-medium loads if you are working in a quiet office. You can mitigate the fan noise by setting a default fan curve to anything above idle either through a VBIOS flash or using an application like EVGA Precision XOC.
Model: EVGA 11G-P4-2382-KR

Chipset Manufacturer  NVIDIA
Product Line  GeForce
Motherboard Connection  PCI Express 3.0 x16
Maximum Digital Resolution  7680x4320
Maximum HDMI Resolution  4096x2160
Maximum DisplayPort Resolution  7680x4320
Maximum Monitors Supported  4
HDCP Compliant  Yes
Multi-GPU Technology  NVLink (GeForce RTX)
GPU Specifications
Core Speed  1350 MHz
Boost Speed  1635 Mhz
Stream Processors  4352
Memory Specifications
Video Memory  11GB
Memory Type  GDDR6
Memory Speed  14,000 MHz
Memory Bus Width  352-bit
Bandwidth  616 GB/s
Additional Information
Cooling System  Open Air Type
DirectX Support  DirectX 12
CUDA Support  6.5
OpenGL Support  4.5
Removable Backplate  No
Slot Width  2
Port 1  USB Type-C
Port 2  DisplayPort
Port 3  HDMI
Port 4  DisplayPort
Port 5  DisplayPort
Power Connectors
Plug 1  8-pin PCI-E
Plug 2  8-pin PCI-E
Length  269.2 mm (10.6 in)
Height  114.3 mm (4.5 in)
Width  42 mm (1.7 in)


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