Zotac’s GeForce RTX 2080 Ti ArcticStorm comes with a stunning full-cover water block
Zotac has introduced a model new GeForce RTX 2080 Ti constructed for liquid cooling lovers. First teased at CES 2019, the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti ArcticStorm comes with a full-cover acrylic water block that spans all the PCB.
The acrylic cowl sits on high of an aluminum block, however the chilly plate that comes into direct contact with the GPU is created from nickel-plated copper. The chilly plate additionally options 0.3mm micro-channels to maximise the liquid circulate path and enhance warmth dissipation.
On the opposite facet, the cardboard has a steel backplate to additional shore up the PCB.
The water block is provided with customary G 1/Four threaded fittings and comes bundled with barbs that help tubing with a 10mm inside diameter, so there’s compatibility with the most typical options obtainable in the marketplace.
Anyone taking a look at liquid cooling in all probability has their sights set on overclocking as properly, so the ArcticStorm additionally comes with a strong 16+4-phase energy supply system. In addition, there’s one thing that Zotac calls its PowerBoost management chip that supposedly helps to attenuate energy fluctuations and scale back ripple noise.
The water block itself is outfitted with Zotac’s Spectra 2.Zero LED lighting, which you’ll customise utilizing the corporate’s FireStorm utility. There are two impartial lighting zones you can configure, and the cardboard even has its personal onboard reminiscence to avoid wasting your lighting configurations.
The card measures 295mm lengthy and can take up a 2-slot allowance in your case. It can also be powered by two 8-pin energy connectors, the identical because the Founders Edition card. It’s clocked barely greater although, boasting a 1,575MHz enhance clock.
As for when it’s going to be that can be purchased, Zotac sadly hasn’t revealed any data on worth and availability but.