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3080 Ti Strix LC : Asus watercools its card with an AIO !

3080 Ti Strix LC : Asus watercools its card with an AIO !

Last month, Asus announced the arrival of its RTX 3080 Ti Strix LC, a card cooled with an AIO. However, at the time of the announcement, a lot of things were unknown to us, including its frequencies. Good news, these are now known.

3080 Ti Strix LC: we now know how fast it runs!

Asus RTX 3080 Ti Strix LC

 

Specifically, we now know that Asus plans to launch two variants of its card. We can then count on a factory overclocked model with a boost displaying 1860 MHz. On the other, we will also have a non-OC version with frequencies up to 1665 MHz in boost. At least, the choice is given to the user.

Regarding the card itself, it is difficult to tell you more, as the design is now known. Indeed, this model benefits from a hybrid cooling based on AIO in 240 mm. The radiator has two fans with RGB. On the card side, we have a small blower in charge of the cooling of the power supply stages when the GPU and the memory will take advantage of the pump with a large copper base.

As for the connectivity, it will be necessary to take out the big blocks since three 8-pin PCIe connectors will be required. Finally, the connectivity displays three DisplayPorts 1.4a as well as an HDMI 2.1.

Currently, we have no idea of the launch date, or even the selling price. However, the brand has posted its specifications online, so we can say that the launch is coming soon.


Go here and here for the Asus datasheets!


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