Asus has just presented a new model based on the Turing architecture, it is the GeForce RTX 2080 Dual EVO graphics card, available in 2 versions, one with factory overclock, the GPU occupies the size of 3 PCI expansion slots and It comes with two fans with axial technology.
These fans designed in the ROG series of Asus, have IP5X anti-dust certification, with longer blades and a ring that offers more structural resistance and increases the pressure on the graphics card heatsink, achieving higher RPM speed controlling the sound level. If the GPU does not exceed 55C of temperature, the fans stop completely.
With MaxContact technology and 2.7-slot dissipator design, it achieves 20% more dissipation area, all leading to more efficient thermal dissipation. The RTX 2080 Dual EVO has a reinforced chassis to prevent further bent PCB, also incorporates aluminum backplate. Does not include ARGB or lighting of any kind, something that someone will appreciate.
Within its technical specifications we find a core clock of 1710 MHz in the normal version, and 1725 MHz in the overclocked, the 8GB VRAM memory of GDDR6 is the same in both models sharing the reference specification, both GPUs are powered with 1x 6-pin and 1x 8-pin connectors, and include 3 DisplayPort connections, an HDMI 2.0b and a USB-C Virtual Link for next-generation virtual reality goggles.