EVGA Overclocker Hits 2,580 MHz with GeForce RTX 3090 KINGPIN

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The new car smell has barely left NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 3090, but overclockers are already flexing some serious numbers with the so-called “big ferocious” GPU. EVGA in-house overclocker Vince Lucido has shared a stunning result with his company’s KINGPIN HYBRID variant, hitting a remarkable 2,580 MHz boost clock (+525 MHz) with LN2 and a water-cooled Intel Core i9-10900K rig.

“Playing around with KP 3090 on LN2 and water cooled 10900K,” Lucido wrote. “Can’t wait to see what some of you can do with it, this is nothing yet. We worked very hard to bring this card quicker than anytime in prior 8 years of doing this and I hope you guys have as much fun with it as I did.”

This translated to a stunning score of 16,673 on 3DMark’s Port Royal benchmark. You can check out the proof below. We’re also attaching a photo of the KINGPIN’s triple power connectors, which was posted by Lucido earlier this month.

EVGA hasn’t listed the GeForce RTX 3090 KINGPIN HYBRID on its site yet, but the company should have more to share soon. Could it be a $2,000 GPU?

Tsing Mui
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