EVGA launches GeForce RTX 3090 KINGPIN HYBRID at 2,000 USD

Published: Nov 20th 2020, 10:45 GMT   Comments


EVGA unveils its KINGPIN HYBRID, the first EVGA graphics card with a hybrid 360mm All-in-One cooling solution.

EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 KINGPIN Hybrid is one of the fastest graphics cards on the market (it has a boost clock of 1920 MHz). It also comes with unique features such as a 360mm radiator and OLED monitoring display, a feature that only a few cards can offer. The display has a resolution of 176×48 pixels and can display animations or serve as a monitoring tool for voltages, temperatures, and clocks.

This graphics card is definitely not for casual gamers, in fact, it is not even for typical gamers. The Kingpin series were always after extreme overclocking. Hence the card features a massive 23 phase power stage design with 12 layer PCB. It comes with three BIOS settings (normal, OC, and LN2), in case you need to remove the cooler and try LN2 pot instead. For detailed voltage monitoring, it has EVBot and Probit-IT headers exposed.




The graphics card will be available in just a few hours exclusively to EVGA Elite members. Just bear in mind that the graphics card costs 1/3 more than RTX 3090, the Kingpin Hybrid will retail at 2,000 USD:

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