Gamescom 2018 | Zotac reveals new GeForce RTX 20-series GPU range
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Following Nvidia’s lead, Zotac has now taken the wraps off its take on Nvidia’s super powerful new 20-series GPUs. Powered by Nvidia’s all-new Turing architecture and featuring real-time ray tracing capabilities, Zotac’s new gaming cards have been tailored to suit the various needs of serious gamers. Each card features a raft of design refinements, including a new quieter and more efficient fan design.
All the new Zotac Gaming cards three DisplayPort 1.4 ports, one HDMI 2.0b port and one USB-C port over which display output is supported. Zotac says they can all support up to four displays simultaneously, while a 650W power supply is also recommended for each card. Each is also fitted with Zotac’s custom Spectra Lighting system and are compatible with the company’s Firestorm utility software for complete control.
The Zotac Gaming GeForce RTX 2080 Blower has its Nvidia chip clocked at 1,170 MHz, while the overclocked 2080 AMP variant has a clock speed that is currently listed as TBD. The Zotac Gaming GeForce 2080 Ti Triple Fan is clocked at 1,545 MHz while the 2080 overclocked AMP is also yet to have its clock speed officially revealed. Pricing details are still forthcoming.