EVGA Provides First Glimpse at GeForce RTX 20 Hybrid FTW3 / XC, Hydro Copper FTW3 / XC and FTW3 Ultra Series, Custom Made Graphics Cards
EVGA has just unveiled their upcoming custom designs for the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 20 series cards which will be aiming the top of the line enthusiast market. The new designs were unveiled by EVGA Global Product Managment Director, Jacob Freeman, who shared the product images on his twitter feed.
EVGA Unveils GeForce RTX 20 Hybrid, Hydro Copper, FTW3 Ultra and More High-End Custom Designs
While we have already seen the XC and XC Ultra models of the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti and GeForce RTX 2080 graphics cards, there are a ton of other custom variants in the EVGA GeForce RTX 20 line up which remain to be unveiled. The cards that have been pictured include the GeForce RTX 2080 (Ti) FTW3 Ultra, FTW3, Hydro Copper FTW3/XC, Hybrid FTW3/XC, and the single blower variant. Of course, there is the XC2 and Black variants which haven’t been revealed to the public yet but we can expect more details coming soon from EVGA.
One of the new features of the new HYBRID kit will be the ability to set the radiator fan and card fan independently. https://t.co/21aJv1GdrV
— Jacob Freeman (@EVGA_JacobF) September 4, 2018
EVGA GeForce RTX 20 Hydro Copper FTW3/XC Graphics Card:
The EVGA Hydro Copper FTW3/XC variants are designed for custom loop enthusiasts. Both variants will be shipping in RTX 2080 Ti and RTX 2080 flavors with full cover water blocks. The FTW3 models are expected to feature a custom PCB design with at least two 8 pin power connectors. The design of the card is very neat with a front shroud that comes in brushed silver colors and a see-through mirror design which exposes the internal assembly of the block.
EVGA GeForce RTX 20 Hybrid FTW3/XC Graphics Card:
The EVGA Hybrid FTW3/XC variants are designed to offer high-end users with the best of both worlds, simply put, both air and liquid cooling working in harmony. The cooling system combines the Asetek 6th Gen pump with braided cables to a 120mm radiator. The card has a large fan that pushes air out of the shroud and through the exhaust vents.
You can note a darker texture on this card and the metallic plates on the VRMs and memory could be spotted too. Both variants will be shipping in RTX 2080 Ti and RTX 2080 flavors with full cover water blocks.
EVGA GeForce RTX 20 XC, FTW3, Blower Custom Graphics Cards (Image Credits: Charlie @ghost_motley):
EVGA has not mentioned any release date for the custom models but a new feature on the Hybrid models will be the ability to set radiator fan speed and that of the card independently. That’s it for now but we will make sure to provide you with more information on these custom cards when it is available.