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2018/12/06 11:19:37 (permalink)

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    Sajin
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    Re: Kingpin RTX 2018/12/06 12:25:59 (permalink)



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    Re: Kingpin RTX 2018/12/06 13:00:43 (permalink)
    With the Titan and Kingpin card coming out so soon, its clear NVIDIA is dumping the Turing and preparing the next round in June. Intel and AMD will be out by than. Hold onto your hats guys this will be a short session. I kinda miss the days were every six months a new series came out. Glad to see something finally forcing NVIDIA to do something.
     
    On a side note I don't see how the Kingpin card will useful. Anything above 1.068v (stock) will kill the GPU within a year as Peterson explained to Gamers Nexus. Anyone who cares about settings records already has. So the Kingpin, while a very nice looking card doesn't have a place on the market this time around. At least it didn't take 2 years to put out Kingpin card this time around
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    Re: Kingpin RTX 2018/12/06 13:03:22 (permalink)
    It’s always taken a few months for the KPE card to be delivered after release. This one is in month 3 since launch and the first tease has been released, which is the same schedule as previous generations.

    A tease does not signify a launch.
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    Re: Kingpin RTX 2018/12/06 16:11:36 (permalink)
    thecow
    With the Titan and Kingpin card coming out so soon, its clear NVIDIA is dumping the Turing and preparing the next round in June. Intel and AMD will be out by than. Hold onto your hats guys this will be a short session. I kinda miss the days were every six months a new series came out. Glad to see something finally forcing NVIDIA to do something.

     
    I was thinking about this today, but kind of the opposite.
     
    Nvidia will wait to see how the market behaives about the new features, if they can a become a killer feature or just a gimmick, using a bunch of expensive cores.
     
    For now:
    - RTX (BF5 only)
    - DLSS (FFXV demo only)
    - NAS (Wolfenstein 2 only)
     
    AMD will only try to catch up the general performance with Navi 7mn.
     
    2019 will be very interisting year... and in 2020, Here Comes a New Challenger!
     
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    Re: Kingpin RTX 2018/12/06 16:19:06 (permalink)
    thecow
    With the Titan and Kingpin card coming out so soon, its clear NVIDIA is dumping the Turing and preparing the next round in June. Intel and AMD will be out by than. Hold onto your hats guys this will be a short session. I kinda miss the days were every six months a new series came out. Glad to see something finally forcing NVIDIA to do something.
     


    Agree and hope we see something in the coming year.
     
    the_Scarlet_one
    It’s always taken a few months for the KPE card to be delivered after release. This one is in month 3 since launch and the first tease has been released, which is the same schedule as previous generations.

    A tease does not signify a launch.
     



    To be fair, they did release the "Ti" way ahead of schedule and already we're seeing the Titan so it does seem they are rushing these things out.
     

         
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    Re: Kingpin RTX 2018/12/06 17:40:37 (permalink)
    what’s special about kingpin models ?
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    Re: Kingpin RTX 2018/12/06 18:18:03 (permalink)
    4STAR
    what’s special about kingpin models ?


    #1 Completely custom pcb.
    #2 Higher grade components.
    #3 The card will have the highest power target out of all the evga cards.
    #4 Access to special software that only works with the kingpin card that allows you to boost the vram voltage & gpu voltage to the moon.
    #5 Vbios support from the Vince aka Kingpin himself. 
     



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    Re: Kingpin RTX 2018/12/06 18:22:32 (permalink)
    4STARwhat’s special about kingpin models ?

     
    Some stuff that you'd need only if extreme overclocking is your thing or if bragging rights is your thing.

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    Re: Kingpin RTX 2018/12/06 18:59:32 (permalink)
    Mostly stuff like this    ---> EVGA + KI|NGP|N + Intel Core i9 7980XE = World Record

    https://forums.evga.com/FindPost/2717193

    Liquid Nitrogen cooling
     
     

     
     

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    Re: Kingpin RTX 2018/12/07 02:13:06 (permalink)
    Cool GTX
    Mostly stuff like this    ---> EVGA + KI|NGP|N + Intel Core i9 7980XE = World Record

    https://forums.evga.com/FindPost/2717193

    Liquid Nitrogen cooling
     
     

     
     




    dang, only thing missing is the flux capacitor, haha ;p
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    Re: Kingpin RTX 2018/12/07 06:21:05 (permalink)
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    4STARwhat’s special about kingpin models ?

     
    Some stuff that you'd need only if extreme overclocking is your thing or if bragging rights is your thing.


    Fact! Quite a few cards on air and water end up failing. The card is built for subzero temps, not for air and water. But hey, when people are willing to pay significantly high prices because they want something meant for extreme overclocking, let them burn a hole in their bank accounts.

    I will spend my time laughing quietly as the cards fail after being abused on air.
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    Re: Kingpin RTX 2018/12/07 08:29:41 (permalink)
    With a bit of luck, they won't fail like the rest of the 2080ti series. I'd cough up the cash just to be guaranteed no rma! :D

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    Re: Kingpin RTX 2018/12/07 08:47:17 (permalink)
    the_Scarlet_one
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    4STARwhat’s special about kingpin models ?

     
    Some stuff that you'd need only if extreme overclocking is your thing or if bragging rights is your thing.


    Fact! Quite a few cards on air and water end up failing. The card is built for subzero temps, not for air and water. But hey, when people are willing to pay significantly high prices because they want something meant for extreme overclocking, let them burn a hole in their bank accounts.

    I will spend my time laughing quietly as the cards fail after being abused on air.



     
    I'm of the same opinion....tho I HOPE none fail on air... >.<
     

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    Re: Kingpin RTX 2018/12/07 08:55:00 (permalink)
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     I'm of the same opinion....tho I HOPE none fail on air... >.<

    Or Water!



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    Re: Kingpin RTX 2018/12/07 11:53:21 (permalink)
    They better have a Hydro Copper single-slot version of these like they did the 1080Ti K|NGP|N...

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    Re: Kingpin RTX 2018/12/08 00:56:52 (permalink)
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    4STARwhat’s special about kingpin models ?


    Some stuff that you'd need only if extreme overclocking is your thing or if bragging rights is your thing.


    Fact! Quite a few cards on air and water end up failing. The card is built for subzero temps, not for air and water. But hey, when people are willing to pay significantly high prices because they want something meant for extreme overclocking, let them burn a hole in their bank accounts.

    I will spend my time laughing quietly as the cards fail after being abused on air.



     
    I'm of the same opinion....tho I HOPE none fail on air... >.<
     


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    transdogmifier
     I'm of the same opinion....tho I HOPE none fail on air... >.<

    Or Water!



    I know they build this stuff to withstand sub-ambient cooling, but what components do they use that would fail at ambient temperatures?  Just previously figured that cooler is better, but other than the memory and GPU die, this card didn't need cooling.  
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    Re: Kingpin RTX 2018/12/08 04:01:45 (permalink)
    As stated, the Kingpin card usually has higher power target and tighter ram timings. Add to the fact that it usually has more voltage control as well, and you get users that think it is ok to slam 400+ watts through their card on air constantly. The components aren’t failing because of the card being on air, they are usually failing because they are abused on air.
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    Re: Kingpin RTX 2018/12/08 07:37:50 (permalink)
    If the KINGPIN card comes out with a copper heatsink, I do wish that EVGA would bring back the classified cards but this time just slap that copper heatsink onto a FTW3 PCB.

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