ASUS introduced the first GeForce RTX 3080 Ti graphics card with a hybrid cooling system. The lineup includes two motherboards: one uses the default clock recommended by Nvidia, and the other is overclocked at the factory. The performance is about 10% higher than the reference GeForce RTX 3080 Ti.
Asus ROG Strix LC RTX3080Ti-12G Gaming with ROG Strix LC RTX3080Ti-O12G game console The graphics card is equipped with Nvidia’s GA102-225 GPU, with 10,240 CUDA cores, and clock frequencies up to 1665 MHz or 1860 MHz, respectively. In addition, these motherboards are equipped with 12GB of GDDR6X memory.
The graphics adapter uses a custom printed circuit board with an advanced power supply circuit, using three eight-pin auxiliary PCIe power connectors, which can provide up to 450W of power. As for display output, these cards have three DisplayPort 1.4a and two HDMI 2.1 connectors that support HDCP 2.3.
The main selling point of ROG Strix LC RTX3080Ti-12G Gaming series graphics cards is their hybrid cooling system, similar to ASUS’s recently launched hybrid cooler (similar coolers are used for Mixed cooling Radeon).
The cards themselves have a large 2.5-wide aluminum radiator with a blower fan to cool the voltage regulation module (VRM) of the circuit board. The GPU and memory are cooled by a liquid module composed of a 240mm radiator and two 120mm fans.
Like all products with the ROG Strix label, the ROG Strix LC RTX3080Ti-12G/O12G game board is equipped with many addressable RGB LEDs.
Asus has already listed its new graphics cards on its website, so they are expected to arrive soon. Pricing is unknown, but will depend on supply and demand.