Back at the start of the year, reports began emerging about a GeForce RTX 3090 Ti KINGPIN made by EVGA and based on the initial renders, the card clearly looked like, for lack of a better word, a monster. Well, you’ll be happy to know the card is now available and can be yours, provided that you can afford its asking price.
To own the RTX 3090 Ti KINGPIN, EVGA has set its price at an eye-watering and jawdropping US$2500 (~RM11032). While that price puts the card squarely out of the hands of most average gamers, the brand is prepared to sweeten the deal; for every RTX 3090 Ti KINGPIN sold, the graphics card will come bundled with a “free” SuperNOVA 1600 P2 PSU, which has an 80+ Platinum rating and, as its name suggests, 1600W of power.
As for the RTX 3090 Ti KINGPIN, its details and specifications haven’t changed since we last wrote about it. On paper, the card boasts 10752 CUDA Cores, 24GB GDDR6X graphics memory running at 21Gbps, plus a 1TB/s memory bandwidth and 384-bit memory bus. In terms of clockspeeds, the card runs at a 1950MHz boost clock.
What makes the RTX 3090 Ti KINGPIN unique is that, compared to other RTX 3090 Ti, it is the first of its kind that requires dual 16-pin Microfit MOLEX PCIe connectors to run, which also makes it the more power-hungry graphics card, to date. Needless to say, the card is also decked out with all manners of headers integrated headers and other connective ports that allows one to monitor the card’s performance. However, it is worth mentioning that the card also has an OLED monitoring display with a resolution 176 x 48 pixels, built into the corner of the card. It’s even integrated into the PCB and can be programmed to provide real-time information about the card’s activity, including its voltage, temperatures, and clockspeeds, among other details.
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