EVGA teases GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Kingpin

Published: Dec 6th 2018, 17:36 GMT   Comments

It has begun — the arrival of enthusiast GeForce RTX models is imminent. 


KUDAN, MATRIX, LIGHTNING, KINGPIN, a spell that can make your wallet disappear (so don’t repeat it). After MSI Lightning tease and first traces of ASUS ROG MATRIX, we finally have a proof EVGA is working on Kingpin.

A photo, which posted by Vince Lucido ‘K|NGP|N’ on Instagram, showcases the fifth installment in Kingpin series, EVGA’s super-high-end, expensive and simply ridiculous series.

Obviously, these cards are not for casual gamers. Kingpin models are designed for extreme overclocking (hence there’s an LN2 block pictured as well).

I know many of you will buy Kingpin cards regardless of whom they are intended for, so here’s the first picture of the first GeForce RTX card designed and approved by Vince Lucido:

Source: Instagram

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