DeliriousI'd say no. Unless you just want bragging rights.
the_Scarlet_one“Would an RTX Titan have 13gb more VRAM? Would an RTX Titan be far more suited for workload applications?” Yes. Aside from that, the Titan isn’t a gaming card, so why even consider it? That is an inefficient waste of money in every way possible.Better and more logical questions would be: “Will the FTW3 Hydrocopper perform close to the same and save a good bit of money compared to the Kingpin?” Yes it would.“Will I benefit from a Kingpin over an FTW3?” no, you probably wouldn’t based on this thread, and you will be spending a lot of extra money not knowing what you have bought just because it costs more.“Should I buy the Kingpin?” Probably not, but it is your money and you have to live with your decision. Based on everything you have asked, the Kingpin isn’t going to do much at all for you and your expectations are likely to get crushed.
jab383Another problem is integrating an AIO water block with pump into an existing custom chilled water loop. I would be so much better off with a full hydrocopper block or even a third party block.
strufaSadly, looks like sticking with the 2080ti will be a better choice. I thought this card would boost my fps in games like 15-20 fps over another watercooled overclocked ftw 3 2080ti. Only reason to get one perhaps is higher memory clocks because of Samsung memory. And, the fact that this card won't die on me since it should be built well.
strufaBut, can we expect these cards to go up 2300 or beyond consistently while gaming?
strufaI would need to use a volt mod to do this right? You can't modify volts of these cards because its locked by default?
strufaWho is Vince? And, will this bios be available after launch for everyone?