EVGA started selling its high-end GPU, the GeForce RTX 3090 Ti KiNGPiNassociated with a 1600W power supply “Present“. Obviously we avoid the gift knowing that the GPU is sold for $2,499so it’s more than obvious that the price of the source is included, although perhaps the most interesting read is that with a dead mining marketthese supplies no longer make sense in the market, so it’s not a bad idea to try to make “offers” like this to clear the stock.
Food is a EVGA SuperNOVA 1600 P2which is capable of supplying up to 1600W of energy with an energy certificate 80 Plus Platinum. The most curious thing of all, again, is that does not support PCIe 5.0 16 pin connectivityso the GPU should be powered by no less than six 8+8+8+8+8+8 pin connectors. The source includes nine of these connectors, and of course its purpose was more for mining.
Otherwise, we remind you that the EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 Ti KiNGPiN hybridas the name suggests, uses a cooling system hybridwhere the graphics chip and VRM are cooled by a water block attached to a 3600mm radiator with a configuration of triple 120mm RGB fanwhile the rest of the components are cooled by means of aluminum heat sinks and a fan, thus managing to eliminate residual heat.
The graphic uses a PCB of 14 layersoffers a design of three bios (normal, OC and liquid nitrogen), and includes an OLED panel to display information that you won’t see while playing, of course.
via: video cardz