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EVGA has begun selling the GeForce RTX 3090 Ti K|NGP|N HYBRID GAMING, a specialized version of NVIDIA’s flagship graphics card that is coupled with an Asetek 360 closed loop water cooling radiator with EVGA ARGB fans and costs $2,499.99. The GeForce RTX 3090 Ti K|NGP|N HYBRID GAMING is “designed from the top to bottom to be the ultimate and highest overclocking graphics card on the planet,” says Jacob Freeman, EVGA’s Global Product Management Director, while Vince “K|NGP|N” Lucido, the company’s in-house overclocker that the graphics card is branded after, says that it represents “seven straight generations of overclocking engineering and performance domination.” Users will find a 2x 16-pin power connector, EVGA PowerLink 52u for improved cable management and power stability, and an OLED monitoring display on the graphics card, which features a boost clock of 1.95 GHz versus the reference model’s 1.86 GHz. The EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 Ti K|NGP|N HYBRID GAMING comes bundled with the SuperNOVA 1600 P2, a $499.99 power supply from the company that offers 1,600 watts of continuous power delivery, up to 92% efficiency, and a fully modular design.

Performance

  • NVIDIA RTX 3090 Ti
  • 10752 CUDA Cores
  • 1950 MHz Boost Clock
  • 655.2GT/s Texture Fill Rate

Memory

  • 24576 MB, 384 bit GDDR6X
  • 21000 MHz (effective)
  • 1,008 GB/s Memory Bandwidth

Cooling

  • Hybrid
  • LED Logo: OLED

Interface

  • PCIe 4.0
  • HDMI, DisplayPort, DisplayPort, DisplayPort

Dimensions

  • Height: 5.43 in – 137.8 mm
  • Length: 11.37 in – 288.9 mm
  • Width: 2 Slots
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The EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 Ti Series are colossally powerful in every way, giving you a whole new tier of performance. It’s powered by the NVIDIA Ampere architecture, which doubles down on ray tracing and AI performance with enhanced RT Cores, Tensor Cores, and new streaming multiprocessors. Combined with the next generation of design, cooling, and overclocking with EVGA Precision X1, the EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 Ti Series are the absolute definition of ultimate performance.

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11 comments

  1. I can see many making fun of this without understanding exactly what you're getting for that price.

    1. A GPU that will likely, competently compete with the next-gen with hybrid liquid cooling.
    2. A PSU that is more than capable of many things for years to come

    The downside is that you have as much chance of getting one of these from EVGA as you do winning the lottery. The Kingpin stuff is usually reserved for a select few and the rest of us would have to resort to fleabay to get one.
  2. I like how they insinuate that the PSU is just thrown in there as a free bonus.

    It isn't a bad combo, if you were looking for that class of a GPU
  3. Guaranteed minimum performance, so long as you don't suffocate the AIO (and we know some will...).

    But AIOs aren't expensive, and EVGA is basically giving away power supplies these days.
  4. Guaranteed minimum performance, so long as you don't suffocate the AIO (and we know some will...).

    But AIOs aren't expensive, and EVGA is basically giving away power supplies these days.
    Not according to the 300+ I payed for my EVGA 1300 watt.
  5. Not according to the 300+ I payed for my EVGA 1300 watt.
    You should see their sales - I'd have already picked up a 1600W unit if I wasn't determined to wait until the units with the new 600W 16-pin connector arrive to support future GPUs.
  6. Following the link, and then the "where to buy" link ... I checked both NewEgg and Amazon (US) and the product was not available at either location.
    The Kingpin stuff is usually only available through an approval process from EVGA for their Elite class members. They have this thing where you join and get the basic level but have to do social media posts and other things to become Elite and that gives you access to the Kingpin products.

  7. The Kingpin stuff is usually only available through an approval process from EVGA for their Elite class members. They have this thing where you join and get the basic level but have to do social media posts and other things to become Elite and that gives you access to the Kingpin products.

    Nothing wrong with that really, IMO.

    If you want plug and play, you get a FTW3 - The Kingpin releases are special. Like, "I wonder how the RTX 3090 Ti performs with 700W of power" special :D
  8. I can see many making fun of this without understanding exactly what you're getting for that price.

    1. A GPU that will likely, competently compete with the next-gen with hybrid liquid cooling.
    2. A PSU that is more than capable of many things for years to come

    The downside is that you have as much chance of getting one of these from EVGA as you do winning the lottery. The Kingpin stuff is usually reserved for a select few and the rest of us would have to resort to fleabay to get one.

    A lot of people in the queue are passing on them due to the high price, forcing the bundle, and releasing a few months before 40 series so they might end up in the store despite being really limited quantity. Personally, I had a lot of EVGA bucks that were going to go away by September and I don't mind the PSU as I was planning on getting a high capacity PSU with 2+ 16 pins anyways but I guess I'll just have to stick with cablemod 3x 8 pin to 12 pin cables for longer than an I expected. Oh well, still looking forward to 6 or so blissful months benchmarking before 4090 Kingpins land.

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