ELSA partners up with INNO3D for GeForce RTX 2080 and 2070

Published: Nov 30th 2018, 09:00 GMT   Comments

ELSA finally unveiled its GeForce RTX graphics cards.


It took some time, but ELSA is finally ready to announce its RTX models. The company has partnered up with Inno3D to deliver Turing-based models. There is no RTX 2080 Ti yet, but RTX 2080 and RTX 2070 are now available.

The RTX 2070 S.A.C is a dual-fan and dual-slot model which features reference clocks (1620 MHz boost). This card one of the very few RTX 2070 to feature a DVI port.

The RTX 2080 ERAZOR is also a dual-fan model, but it is 6 cm longer (26.7 vs 20.6 cm) than 2070. The shroud is LED illuminated and it appears to be RGB-capable. This model is also overclocked to 1755 MHz which gives a 2.6%.


Specs provided by VideoCardz.NET Database
GPU : TU104-400/A Base Clock : 1515 MHz
Cores : 2944 Boost Clock : 1755 MHz (+2.6%)
TMUs : 184 Memory Clock : 14 Gbps
ROPs : 64 Memory : 8 GB GDDR6 256b

ELSA GeForce RTX 2070 SAC

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