GIGABYTE Reveals Pricing for RTX 2080 GPUs

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GIGABYTE has announced pricing for four of their upcoming NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 GPUs with no word on a release date at this time. Following the links to the Newegg listing will show an ETA of September 20th but that’s not official from GIGABYTE. This announcement includes two versions of the RTX 2080 Ti, two versions of the RTX 2080 and lastly an RTX 2070 which they didn’t include pricing for.

Here’s the list we received with pricing, product links, and e-tailer links:

Model Name Model Number MSRP Amazon Link Newegg Link
GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Gaming OC 11G GV-N208TGAMING OC-11GC $1,199.99 2080 Ti Gaming OC 2080 Ti Gaming OC
GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Windforce OC 11G GV-N208TWF3OC-11GC $1,169.99 2080 Ti Windforce OC 2080 Ti Windforce OC
GeForce RTX 2080 Gaming OC 8G GV-N2080GAMING OC-8GC $829.99 2080 Gaming OC 2080 Gaming OC
GeForce RTX 2080 Windforce OC 8G GV-N2080WF3OC-8GC $789.99 2080 Windforce OC 2080 Windforce OC

All five models will be equipped with the GIGABYTE Windforce 3X cooling system which features alternate spinning fans, six direct touch composite heat pipes, Fusion RGB, and a metal backplate. As well as GIGABYTE’s Ultra Durable certified chokes and capacitors to compliment their multi-phase design which features over-temperature protection and load balancing for each MOSFET.

GIGABYTE will also be launching their AORUS series based on the RTX 20 in the near future with air cooled and water cooled designs, enhanced RGB effects and more. Further expanding on choices for consumers to fit their needs and their wallets.

The new NVIDIA Turing GPU is causing some excitement with it’s newly included technologies such as Real-Time Ray Tracing for life-like lighting, reflections, and shadows along with Artificial Intelligence and programmable shaders for creating and gaming like never before. The new RTX line-up also uses the new GDDR6 with support for DX 12 features.

The next few months should prove quite exciting as we get a chance to review this latest technology from NVIDIA and their partners.

Shawn Jennings – Johan45


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