They are finally here. Team EVGA spent last 8 months to deliver redesigned product with new stability features including 9 thermal sensors, purposefully-directed airflow chambers and die cast baseplate/backplate. If you wish to learn more about the new ICX technology, then check this post.
I know there many who bought ACX 3.0 models from EVGA, and some of you will ask if it’s possible to replace ACX to ICX models. The news is that EVGA will allow you to upgrade to ICX-based model, but for 99 USD.
The iCX Upgrade Program costs $99.99 per iCX Upgrade, and includes an EVGA iCX Shirt and complimentary return shipping. For the limited duration the iCX Upgrade Program is available, iCX Upgrade Program participants may upgrade any and all qualifying ACX 3.0 graphics cards registered to their EVGA account.
Here’s the list of all ICX models announced today.
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