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2018/08/20 11:22:04 (permalink)
Hey everyone,
 
Just wanted to know if an HYBRID version will be avalaible at some point.
 
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    Re: RTX 20 series : Hybrid version 2018/08/20 11:22:23 (permalink)
    Probably.

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    Re: RTX 20 series : Hybrid version 2018/08/20 11:37:52 (permalink)
    The EVGA 1080 Ti FTW3 Hybrid is the best video card I've ever used. I will wait faithfully for one. As many months as it takes. 
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    Re: RTX 20 series : Hybrid version 2018/08/20 11:40:30 (permalink)
    Jinkguns
    The EVGA 1080 Ti FTW3 Hybrid is the best video card I've ever used. I will wait faithfully for one. As many months as it takes. 


    Same here. I love mine

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    Re: RTX 20 series : Hybrid version 2018/08/20 12:03:03 (permalink)
    Id also like to see a Hybrid and/or Hydro Copper

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    Re: RTX 20 series : Hybrid version 2018/08/20 13:04:44 (permalink)
    just saw the Inno3D 240mm AIO cooled 1080i I hope we see a EVGA Hybrid 2080 and 2080 Ti with a 240mm AIO in addition to 120mm 

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    Re: RTX 20 series : Hybrid version 2018/08/20 13:16:18 (permalink)
    Jinkguns
    The EVGA 1080 Ti FTW3 Hybrid is the best video card I've ever used. I will wait faithfully for one. As many months as it takes. 


    Jinkguns
    The EVGA 1080 Ti FTW3 Hybrid is the best video card I've ever used. I will wait faithfully for one. As many months as it takes. 





    I'm with you, its time for a divorce 1080 ti FTW Hybrid 

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    Re: RTX 20 series : Hybrid version 2018/08/20 16:00:19 (permalink)
    Lets not, do it properly, do it custom.

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    Re: RTX 20 series : Hybrid version 2018/08/20 16:00:46 (permalink)
    Yes. With some new upgrades too :)



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    Re: RTX 20 series : Hybrid version 2018/08/20 16:42:55 (permalink)
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    Yes. With some new upgrades too :)

    Oh boy, stop it, trying to tell myself my 1080 ti ftw 3 hybrid is good enough Jacob lol.

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    Re: RTX 20 series : Hybrid version 2018/08/20 16:46:47 (permalink)
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    Yes. With some new upgrades too :)

    please be at 240mm or even 360mm radiator 
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    Re: RTX 20 series : Hybrid version 2018/08/20 16:51:53 (permalink)
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    Yes. With some new upgrades too :)



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    Re: RTX 20 series : Hybrid version 2018/08/20 18:38:17 (permalink)
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    Yes. With some new upgrades too :)

     
    I hope the new Hybrids have the ability to control the fan(s) attached to the radiator, and that there exists the option for 240mm or 280mm radiators, instead of just the standard single 120mm radiator.  

    Also, how about shipping Hybrids with better fans, such as Gentle Typhoons that are built for static pressure and 100,000 hours use?  I have two 2100 RPM AP-60 Gentle Typhoons in push/pull configuration on each of my 1080 Hybrids, and the GTs are connected to dedicated fan controller because there is no support to control them from the card's PCB, or Precision XOC software.

    When I'm not gaming, I turn the fans off, and passive radiator cooling keeps both 1080s around 40-45C when just doing everyday desktop computing.  I would like to see EVGA software support for Hybrid cards to spin the radiator fans down to 0 RPM in the same way that fans stop spinning during 0% loads on non-hybrid axial fan cards.


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    Re: RTX 20 series : Hybrid version 2018/08/20 19:01:48 (permalink)
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    Yes. With some new upgrades too :)

    Oh boy, stop it, trying to tell myself my 1080 ti ftw 3 hybrid is good enough Jacob lol.




    Man, it seems it is going to be $1400+ for water cooled cards. That alone validates my 1080 Ti Hydro copper as good enough 


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    Re: RTX 20 series : Hybrid version 2018/08/20 20:09:35 (permalink)
    @EVGA_JacobF any hint at a rough timeframe? I ended up going with a Gigabyte 1080 Waterforce last time due to the delayed launch and lack of info with the 1080 FTW Hybrid. I'd much rather get an RTX 2080Ti FTW3 Hybrid but I'm not looking to wait until November/December.
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    Re: RTX 20 series : Hybrid version 2018/08/20 23:12:43 (permalink)
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    Id also like to see a Hybrid and/or Hydro Copper


    +1 for Hydro Copper
    And hopefully it will be single-slot!

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    Re: RTX 20 series : Hybrid version 2018/08/21 05:07:27 (permalink)
    Would like to see EVGA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti FTW3 ULTRA Hybrid

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    Re: RTX 20 series : Hybrid version 2018/08/21 09:10:17 (permalink)
    I hope the AIO is still at 120mm with the option of larger Radiators, cause if the 120mm is gone that limits the use of multiple cards in one system case.
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    Re: RTX 20 series : Hybrid version 2018/08/21 10:53:13 (permalink)
    So if I'm reading the lines properly the current top tier 2080Ti's are all 2.75 slot behemoths and I'm here with dual 1080Ti FTW3 Hybrids in a mATX mobo. What's the chance that the hybrid version may not be a 2 slot blower design like the previous gen?
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    Re: RTX 20 series : Hybrid version 2018/08/21 17:21:04 (permalink)
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    So if I'm reading the lines properly the current top tier 2080Ti's are all 2.75 slot behemoths and I'm here with dual 1080Ti FTW3 Hybrids in a mATX mobo. What's the chance that the hybrid version may not be a 2 slot blower design like the previous gen?




    Hopefully very good. If they put out a 2.75 slot Hybrid that would be odd. I'm hopeful the RTX 2080Ti FTW3 Ultra Hybrid resembles the Founders Edition with a slim 2 slot profile and a 140mm radiator. I'm hoping the upgrades Jacob is referring to is a better approach to cooling the memory and VRMs besides the shim.
     
    I hope we can get a reasonable estimate on when they plan on launching them as the Founders Editions are already sold through to shipments in mid November.
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    Re: RTX 20 series : Hybrid version 2018/08/21 20:51:54 (permalink)
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    So if I'm reading the lines properly the current top tier 2080Ti's are all 2.75 slot behemoths and I'm here with dual 1080Ti FTW3 Hybrids in a mATX mobo. What's the chance that the hybrid version may not be a 2 slot blower design like the previous gen?




    Hopefully very good. If they put out a 2.75 slot Hybrid that would be odd. I'm hopeful the RTX 2080Ti FTW3 Ultra Hybrid resembles the Founders Edition with a slim 2 slot profile and a 140mm radiator. I'm hoping the upgrades Jacob is referring to is a better approach to cooling the memory and VRMs besides the shim.
     
    I hope we can get a reasonable estimate on when they plan on launching them as the Founders Editions are already sold through to shipments in mid November.




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    Re: RTX 20 series : Hybrid version 2018/08/22 01:08:02 (permalink)
    +1 hopefully some new design/features and possible 240mm rad.
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    Re: RTX 20 series : Hybrid version 2018/08/22 06:40:16 (permalink)
    Hopefully EVGA will introduce the quick-disconnect AIO's this generation. They showed them off nearly TWO years ago and complete radio silence ever since. These cards obviously run hot as Nvidia now has 2 fans instead of 1 on their reference designs and now EVGA does tripple-slot cooling on their higher-tiered GPU cards when they historically have only done duel-slot cooling. This generation could probably benefit from a 240mm AIO radiator instead of just a 120mm one. Inno3D already has leaked a 240mm 2080Ti AIO. 
     


     
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    Re: RTX 20 series : Hybrid version 2018/08/22 07:22:35 (permalink)
    One of the new features will be the ability to independently control the Radiator and Card fans.



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    Re: RTX 20 series : Hybrid version 2018/08/22 07:45:24 (permalink)
    Nice to have independent control

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    Re: RTX 20 series : Hybrid version 2018/08/22 10:21:54 (permalink)
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    Yes. With some new upgrades too :)

    I'm hoping for a full coverage block on the card dumping all the heat to the rad and meaning no card mounted fan.  That would be fantastic.  
     
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    Hopefully EVGA will introduce the quick-disconnect AIO's this generation. They showed them off nearly TWO years ago and complete radio silence ever since. These cards obviously run hot as Nvidia now has 2 fans instead of 1 on their reference designs and now EVGA does tripple-slot cooling on their higher-tiered GPU cards when they historically have only done duel-slot cooling. This generation could probably benefit from a 240mm AIO radiator instead of just a 120mm one. Inno3D already has leaked a 240mm 2080Ti AIO. 
     


     


    I've given up asking about this at this point.  I REALLY REALLY wanted this as a piece to EVGA's ecosystem, but it looks like it's sort of abandoned at this point as I don't even see it brought up/out at shows anymore.  
    It's a shame, but my bet is that they figured the cost to do it right and that left is at an untenable price point.  Having said that, EK had the Phoenix and Alphacool has a similar system beign refreshed/offered.



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    Re: RTX 20 series : Hybrid version 2018/08/22 13:53:29 (permalink)
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    Yes. With some new upgrades too :)

    I'm hoping for a full coverage block on the card dumping all the heat to the rad and meaning no card mounted fan.  That would be fantastic.  
     
    seyumi
    Hopefully EVGA will introduce the quick-disconnect AIO's this generation. They showed them off nearly TWO years ago and complete radio silence ever since. These cards obviously run hot as Nvidia now has 2 fans instead of 1 on their reference designs and now EVGA does tripple-slot cooling on their higher-tiered GPU cards when they historically have only done duel-slot cooling. This generation could probably benefit from a 240mm AIO radiator instead of just a 120mm one. Inno3D already has leaked a 240mm 2080Ti AIO. 
     


     


    I've given up asking about this at this point.  I REALLY REALLY wanted this as a piece to EVGA's ecosystem, but it looks like it's sort of abandoned at this point as I don't even see it brought up/out at shows anymore.  
    It's a shame, but my bet is that they figured the cost to do it right and that left is at an untenable price point.  Having said that, EK had the Phoenix and Alphacool has a similar system beign refreshed/offered.







    Given Jacob's last reply a full block cooler isn't likely. I'd also love to see this finally be implemented with the modular quick disconnect system as I'd replace my Corsair H100i along with my 1080 Waterforce with it. It would be interesting to see a large block that had a finned heatsync top that covered the large square of the CPU + Memory and extended the heatsync to the VRMs with dual fans like the Founders Edition, however, this would require they move the pump. If they finally did the modular quick disconnect system this could be done with the pump on the CPU block, and/or they could offer a separate pump module. Would be great to see them partner with Alphacool for a modular Hybrid system as the Eisbaer looks great.
     
    @EVGA_JacobF will the radiator fan(s) still be easily replaceable with an inline PWM header? Also would be great to see additional header(s) to add fans in Push/Pull if desired.
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    Re: RTX 20 series : Hybrid version 2018/08/22 15:15:26 (permalink)
    Welp, nVidia sold through the initial stock of the RTX 2080Ti Founders Edition and has cut off pre-orders after pushing expected shipping back to mid-late December. Looks like I'm committed to the RTX 2080Ti FTW3 Ultra Hybrid and hoping EVGA doesn't take as long as they did with the original 10 series launch to get them released.
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    Re: RTX 20 series : Hybrid version 2018/08/22 15:57:13 (permalink)
    To do a full block AIO would cost a lot more because more material (metal) among other things will be used. 
     
    The hybrid AIO with a 240mm and possibly a 320mm if they go the QDC route would be a great idea.

     
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    Re: RTX 20 series : Hybrid version 2018/08/22 17:34:50 (permalink)
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    To do a full block AIO would cost a lot more because more material (metal) among other things will be used. 
     
    The hybrid AIO with a 240mm and possibly a 320mm if they go the QDC route would be a great idea.


     
    Yeah, if they use QDC then it would be feasible to do a larger radiator for 2x of them, otherwise I hope they stick with either a 120mm or 140mm radiator. I'm really hoping they do something very similar to the Founders Edition with the a RTX 2080Ti FTW3 Ultra Hybrid as I really dislike the the look of the new coolers the more I look at them.
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