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2019/08/15 14:13:47 (permalink)
Seems like EVGA decided to discontinue the 2080ti Hybrid kit for the FE versions of the card (400-HY-1384-B1). I was told it was from lack of demand but It seemed like that was the only kit of the now 3 listed that was always sold out. It's pretty unfortunate that they sell it for ever other care other than the 2080ti FE now.  On top of this there isn't many options for keeping this cool in an ITX enclosure other than going with the G12 and hoping that works out.
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    Re: Why did EVGA discontinue the 2080 ti Hybrid kit 2019/08/15 14:24:00 (permalink)
    Appeared to be a large number of complaints regarding the pump noise... Maybe they are just clearing stock out to come out with an updated version. 

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    Re: Why did EVGA discontinue the 2080 ti Hybrid kit 2019/08/15 15:05:24 (permalink)
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    Seems like EVGA decided to discontinue the 2080ti Hybrid kit for the FE versions of the card (400-HY-1384-B1). I was told it was from lack of demand but It seemed like that was the only kit of the now 3 listed that was always sold out. It's pretty unfortunate that they sell it for ever other care other than the 2080ti FE now.  On top of this there isn't many options for keeping this cool in an ITX enclosure other than going with the G12 and hoping that works out.

    Welcome to the Forum
    EVGA might be re-writing update Specs and high demand of the card caused a backlog in production.
    This Card is in stock and are need as well EVGA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti XC HYBRID GAMING, 11G-P4-2384-KR, 11GB GDDR6, HYBRID, RGB LED Logo, Metal Backplate so it really is not Discontinued.
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    Re: Why did EVGA discontinue the 2080 ti Hybrid kit 2019/08/15 15:06:08 (permalink)
    I agree, it's pretty unfortunate. I bought RTX 2080ti Black Edition like 1 week ago trusting that I could replace the cooler with a Hybrid Kit in the near future. As there are not many options in the market for an AIO cooler, I either stucked with G12, which doesn't cover the right VRMs, or a water block and kit, which will cost a fortune. 
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    Re: Why did EVGA discontinue the 2080 ti Hybrid kit 2019/08/15 15:13:00 (permalink)
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    I agree, it's pretty unfortunate. I bought RTX 2080ti Black Edition like 1 week ago trusting that I could replace the cooler with a Hybrid Kit in the near future. As there are not many options in the market for an AIO cooler, I either stucked with G12, which doesn't cover the right VRMs, or a water block and kit, which will cost a fortune. 

    Can you Step up to the card with the Hybrid Cooler Installed?


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    Re: Why did EVGA discontinue the 2080 ti Hybrid kit 2019/08/15 15:19:55 (permalink)
    The card with the kit is in stock, but the kit alone has be discontinued according to an email i received from EVGA support.  This is was I was told specifically "This is not because of the pump but rather the demand for it. Unfortunately, we have decided not to continue to manufacture this specific hybrid model. If you have any other questions or concerns, please let us know."
     
    I know this kit was ALWAYS listed as out of stock at even if you were set to notify it would sell out within a day. So I can assume that it wasn't from lack of interest.
     
    I can only hope they come back with a revised version, because I to have the black edition and would like to upgrade to the hybrid system.
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    Re: Why did EVGA discontinue the 2080 ti Hybrid kit 2019/08/15 15:22:23 (permalink)
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    The card with the kit is in stock, but the kit alone has be discontinued according to an email i received from EVGA support.  This is was I was told specifically "This is not because of the pump but rather the demand for it. Unfortunately, we have decided not to continue to manufacture this specific hybrid model. If you have any other questions or concerns, please let us know."
     
    I know this kit was ALWAYS listed as out of stock at even if you were set to notify it would sell out within a day. So I can assume that it wasn't from lack of interest.
     
    I can only hope they come back with a revised version, because I to have the black edition and would like to upgrade to the hybrid system.

    What was the name of the EVGA Tech?
    I ask because this is a sign on the End of the RTX 2080 Ti Graphics Cards.......
    They also need Stock for RMA and some have a Warranty up to 10 Years on their Cards with the Hybrid Kit Preinstalled.
    This will also stop me from buying another Graphics Card. 
     
    ""This is not because of the pump but rather the demand for it." Odd they have a Demand for a Product and they Drop it.
    post edited by bcavnaugh - 2019/08/15 15:45:02


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    Re: Why did EVGA discontinue the 2080 ti Hybrid kit 2019/08/15 15:49:00 (permalink)
    New cards aren't coming out, they just refreshed with the SUPER line up, BUT no 2080ti SUPER, maybe that's on the way. Either way I know this product IS in demand, it's always sold out from every vendor. 
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    Re: Why did EVGA discontinue the 2080 ti Hybrid kit 2019/08/15 16:01:42 (permalink)
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    New cards aren't coming out, they just refreshed with the SUPER line up, BUT no 2080ti SUPER, maybe that's on the way. Either way I know this product IS in demand, it's always sold out from every vendor. 

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    Re: Why did EVGA discontinue the 2080 ti Hybrid kit 2019/08/15 16:08:53 (permalink)
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    New cards aren't coming out, they just refreshed with the SUPER line up, BUT no 2080ti SUPER, maybe that's on the way. Either way I know this product IS in demand, it's always sold out from every vendor. 

    NVIDIA said No Super RTX 2080 Ti Graphics Card coming out and I only buy Ti Cards.




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    Re: Why did EVGA discontinue the 2080 ti Hybrid kit 2019/08/15 16:16:12 (permalink)
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    I agree, it's pretty unfortunate. I bought RTX 2080ti Black Edition like 1 week ago trusting that I could replace the cooler with a Hybrid Kit in the near future. As there are not many options in the market for an AIO cooler, I either stucked with G12, which doesn't cover the right VRMs, or a water block and kit, which will cost a fortune. 

    Can you Step up to the card with the Hybrid Cooler Installed?


    It’s not possible as I’m not a US resident and bought the card via amazon.com. It hasn’t even arrived yet. :) Even though it was possible though, it’s nearly 300USD difference betwen the cards and to be honest, I can build a full CPU/GPU EK water cooling system for 350-400~. So cannot justify the price tag on higher end EVGAs.

    Only option would be getting the AIO which is unavailable. Might even refund the card entirely without even opening the box. Sad decision as they were always out of stock and couldn’t get one.
    post edited by Desaccorde - 2019/08/15 16:18:32
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    Re: Why did EVGA discontinue the 2080 ti Hybrid kit 2019/08/15 16:40:03 (permalink)
    I honestly think they are revising the pump on it. Too many complaints coming from the noise and the lack of speed control with the pump itself.
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    Re: Why did EVGA discontinue the 2080 ti Hybrid kit 2019/08/15 16:43:36 (permalink)
    The fact that they said "we have decided not to continue to manufacture this specific hybrid model". That word makes me think there's a newer updated version coming. 
     
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    Re: Why did EVGA discontinue the 2080 ti Hybrid kit 2019/08/15 16:56:45 (permalink)
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    I agree, it's pretty unfortunate. I bought RTX 2080ti Black Edition like 1 week ago trusting that I could replace the cooler with a Hybrid Kit in the near future. As there are not many options in the market for an AIO cooler, I either stucked with G12, which doesn't cover the right VRMs, or a water block and kit, which will cost a fortune. 

    Can you Step up to the card with the Hybrid Cooler Installed?


    It’s not possible as I’m not a US resident and bought the card via amazon.com. It hasn’t even arrived yet. :) Even though it was possible though, it’s nearly 300USD difference betwen the cards and to be honest, I can build a full CPU/GPU EK water cooling system for 350-400~. So cannot justify the price tag on higher end EVGAs.

    Only option would be getting the AIO which is unavailable. Might even refund the card entirely without even opening the box. Sad decision as they were always out of stock and couldn’t get one.

    Sill listed on the EU Website, EVGA HYBRID Kit for EVGA/NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti XC/XC2/FE, 400-HY-1384-B1, RGB
    German as well still listed EVGA HYBRID Kit for EVGA/NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti XC/XC2/FE, 400-HY-1384-B1, RGB
    It was removed from the US Website. Looks like it was only removed from the US Website.
     


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    Re: Why did EVGA discontinue the 2080 ti Hybrid kit 2019/08/15 16:59:42 (permalink)
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    I honestly think they are revising the pump on it. Too many complaints coming from the noise and the lack of speed control with the pump itself.

    I have never had a complaint about the Pump and I have used them since the 980 Cards.
    Also the Pump is meant to run 100% and even if you could change it I would still keep it at 100%.


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    Re: Why did EVGA discontinue the 2080 ti Hybrid kit 2019/08/15 17:01:30 (permalink)
    Why run the pump at 100% when you are not doing anything with the GPU? Just creates more wear and noise on the pump..
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    Re: Why did EVGA discontinue the 2080 ti Hybrid kit 2019/08/15 17:09:35 (permalink)
    Timszee
    Why run the pump at 100% when you are not doing anything with the GPU? Just creates more wear and noise on the pump..

    That would be no different then saying why run the computer if you are doing anything with it.
    The Graphics Card is in use all the time, some applications use more than others.
    Without a Graphics Card the Windows OS would not run.
    But in an odd way I see your point as well.
    Remember that this pump is also a Low Flow Pump so running it lower can stop the pump as well.
    post edited by bcavnaugh - 2019/08/15 17:12:16


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    Re: Why did EVGA discontinue the 2080 ti Hybrid kit 2019/08/15 18:02:40 (permalink)
    Have no fear when there's no EVGA Hybrid kit.  You could go with a NZXT G12 GPU bracket with your choice of a NZXT, Corsair or other AIO mfgers that are in the compatibility list.  You can basically install a 240mm on your GPU going this route as well.  
     


     
     
     

     
     
     


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    Re: Why did EVGA discontinue the 2080 ti Hybrid kit 2019/08/16 00:39:58 (permalink)
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    Have no fear when there's no EVGA Hybrid kit.  You could go with a GPU bracket with your choice of a NZXT, Corsair or other AIO mfgers that are in the compatibility list.  You can basically install a 240mm on your GPU going this route as well.  


    Yes, I actually thought about it but as far as I know, 2080ti has extra VRMs and that doesn’t cover it. People have any solutions for it?
    post edited by Desaccorde - 2019/08/16 05:09:30
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    Re: Why did EVGA discontinue the 2080 ti Hybrid kit 2019/08/16 05:39:02 (permalink)
    I was on the auto notify list so I am not too happy.
    My XC can outperform my FTW Ultra but it is not sustainable with its currant cooling solution.
     
    What gets the hottest on my FTW Ultra is the vram and I will assume it is the same with the XC so only a solution that takes that into account is doable for me.
    If the Hybrid kit is coming back I would like to know. I am not hurting now since I have the FTW Ultra but I still would like to address the cooling of the XC since at some point it will be card #1 in a SLI setup.   
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    Re: Why did EVGA discontinue the 2080 ti Hybrid kit 2019/08/16 05:48:13 (permalink)
    The problem with the G12 and whatever AIO you choose is..
    - VRM cooling, doesn't seem to be a problem with most reviewers.
    - For me, find an AIO solution that will work in my case with an extra PWM header. (ITX is a small limitation)
    - Warranty goes bye bye to my understanding if you don't go with EVGA's solution.
    I'm sure there's some more I may be missing.  I'm not saying the above isn't a great solution and I may end up trying something with the H80i V2 and the G12. I just wish they didn't discontinue something that was obviously selling well and tell me that this was not the case.  
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    Re: Why did EVGA discontinue the 2080 ti Hybrid kit 2019/08/16 07:10:17 (permalink)
    I managed to get a Hybrid Kit from B&H Photo for my 2080 Ti black edition card.
     
    When I spoke to EVGA about a month ago, they assured me none of their Hybrid Kits were being discontinued, but, rather, they have inventory issues and are expecting more.
     
    Not to mention, I got an email update barely a week ago stating the Hybrid Kit was back in stock for the Black Edition models. 
     
    I'd check around online and contact EVGA support once more for further clarification. Usually with EVGA, if they have high demand on a product, they don't just drop it and remove it from the sight.
     
    So far (knock on wood) my Hybrid kit even at 100% is quiet and no extra noise from the pump. Perhaps I lucked out, but, I am extremely grateful I managed to get one when I did due to the issues I ran into with temps on my 2080 Ti card previously. 
     
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    Re: Why did EVGA discontinue the 2080 ti Hybrid kit 2019/08/16 07:46:01 (permalink)
    Well I received an e-mail yesterday saying that they were.. 
     
    "Hi Timothy,

    Unfortunately I can confirm that the hybrid kit for the RTX 2080 Ti FE cards is end of life. You can search for part number 400-HY-1384-B1 ad if any re-sellers still have. I apologize for any inconvenience.

    Regards,
    EVGA"
     
     
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    Re: Why did EVGA discontinue the 2080 ti Hybrid kit 2019/08/16 07:52:07 (permalink)
    Wow that's crazy.  I'm guessing they produced a fixed number and can't restart production.  Evidently they were more popular than expected.   I bought mine about two months ago and haven't had a chance to install it yet.
     
    IIRC, the only difference on the normal 2080 kit is the GPU mounting bracket, so that may be an option, but you'd have to sort out the details.
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    Re: Why did EVGA discontinue the 2080 ti Hybrid kit 2019/08/16 11:07:29 (permalink)
    Oh my, here goes all my hope for a properly cooled 2080ti Black. I might end up with an actual water block for this generation, but will definitely be cautious in the future for EVGA products.
    post edited by Desaccorde - 2019/08/16 12:07:02
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    Re: Why did EVGA discontinue the 2080 ti Hybrid kit 2019/08/16 11:41:19 (permalink)
    It bothers me they are repeating this same mistake.
    I bought two of the Hybrid coolers, one as  spare for the 1080 Ti. And here they go again.

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    Re: Why did EVGA discontinue the 2080 ti Hybrid kit 2019/08/17 02:29:37 (permalink)
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    Have no fear when there's no EVGA Hybrid kit.  You could go with a GPU bracket with your choice of a NZXT, Corsair or other AIO mfgers that are in the compatibility list.  You can basically install a 240mm on your GPU going this route as well.  


    Yes, I actually thought about it but as far as I know, 2080ti has extra VRMs and that doesn’t cover it. People have any solutions for it?


     
    Air flow is the solution.  That's all it needs.  Just don't go OCing the VRAM to high heaven.

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    - Warranty goes bye bye to my understanding if you don't go with EVGA's solution.
     
     


    That's actually incorrect.  As long as the GPU is sent back for RMA to it's original condition as it was out of the box new, the warranty is still intact.  People use 3rd party waterblocks all the time for example and some others use different air coolers as well.

    There are some here that drop kicked the EVGA hybrid for the G12 + 120/240mm rads and haven't looked back.  Quiet, happy and even cooler in some cases (Upgraded fans to Noctua + 240mm rad).



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    Re: Why did EVGA discontinue the 2080 ti Hybrid kit 2019/08/17 02:58:16 (permalink)
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    Have no fear when there's no EVGA Hybrid kit.  You could go with a GPU bracket with your choice of a NZXT, Corsair or other AIO mfgers that are in the compatibility list.  You can basically install a 240mm on your GPU going this route as well.  


    Yes, I actually thought about it but as far as I know, 2080ti has extra VRMs and that doesn’t cover it. People have any solutions for it?


    Air flow is the solution.  That's all it needs.  Just don't go OCing the VRAM to high heaven.



    Thanks for this, actually planning to get one of the coolest cases of the last year and hoping that it would suffice. Sorry for the stupid question but is there any way to check VRAM temperatures with 2080ti Black or is it only available with icx2 technology? Would love to see the temperatures and act accordingly.
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    Re: Why did EVGA discontinue the 2080 ti Hybrid kit 2019/08/17 03:07:36 (permalink)
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    Have no fear when there's no EVGA Hybrid kit.  You could go with a GPU bracket with your choice of a NZXT, Corsair or other AIO mfgers that are in the compatibility list.  You can basically install a 240mm on your GPU going this route as well.  


    Yes, I actually thought about it but as far as I know, 2080ti has extra VRMs and that doesn’t cover it. People have any solutions for it?


    Air flow is the solution.  That's all it needs.  Just don't go OCing the VRAM to high heaven.



    Thanks for this, actually planning to get one of the coolest cases of the last year and hoping that it would suffice. Sorry for the stupid question but is there any way to check VRAM temperatures with 2080ti Black or is it only available with icx2 technology? Would love to see the temperatures and act accordingly.




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    Re: Why did EVGA discontinue the 2080 ti Hybrid kit 2019/08/18 11:09:14 (permalink)
    Have they discontinued the hybrid kit for the 2080TI FTW3 Ultra?

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