Manli Announces GeForce RTX 2080 Ti and RTX 2070 Blower Style cards

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Nov 21
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Manli Technology Group Limited, the major Graphics Cards and other components manufacturer, today announced the brand new RTX 20 Series graphics solution The Manli GeForce RTX 2080 Ti and GeForce RTX 2070 with Blower Fan. Powered by the latest NVIDIA Turning GPU architecture and the revolutionary RTX platform, Manli GeForce RTX 2080 Ti provides top tier gaming performance for the gaming enthusiast.

Manli Announces New GeForce RTX 2080 TI and RTX 2070 With Blower Style Coolers

It has the standard built-in 4352 CUDA Cores, with core frequency at 1350MHz, which can boost up to 1545MHz, and for the Manli GeForce RTX 2070 it has built-in 2304 CUDA Cores, with the base clock is at 1410MHz and which can dynamically boost up to 1620MHz.

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Manli says the cooler cover design comes with the symbol of “Tai Chi”, to couple strength (performance) and gentleness (silence). Meanwhile, the upgraded dual ball bearing strength blower fan design with heat pipe (Manli GeForce RTX 2070) or advanced vapor chamber cooling technology (Manli GeForce RTXTM 2080 Ti) which strength cooling efficiency.

That being said, these are still blower style cards and are likely to only be used for a few system configurations as blower style coolers tend to have a louder fan than dual fan impeller type fans that are seen in most custom graphics cards. The upside here is there is less of a reliance on the case needing airflow to exhaust the heat from the GPU since the blower fan literally blows the waste heat outside the case. This is not an issue for most mid-tower and full-size cases since airflow is generally quite good. However, airflow is more of an issue in small form factor builds like ITX cases.

Pricing And Availability

Manli has not announced pricing or availability for these cards, though we expect them to launch in the Asian and Middle Eastern Markets in the near future.

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