EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti support iCX Technology gets nine temperature sensors and the fuse on the circuit Board

On the website of EVGA has a description of four graphics cards GeForce GTX 1080 Ti. One is a copy of reference, so we are not interested. But the other three is very interesting.

While most manufacturers traditionally will use a new accelerator for the old cooling system, EVGA has created cards for completely new coolers iCX. Perhaps this was a consequence of recent problems with overheating adapters from this manufacturer.

The youngest of the new products will be the model GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC Black Edition Gaming. She will get a new cooler iCX, but did not get features, hiding under the name iCX Technology. iCX Technology nine additional temperature sensors located on the PCB of the graphics card. Their indicators are used for asynchronous control fan speed. Due to this air flow is directed primarily into the area of the Board where it is more necessary. In addition, iCX Technology implies on-Board fuse! Also accelerator GTX 1080 Ti SC Edition Black Gaming will not be equipped with a lighting system. Its power subsystem consists of nine phases, and it requires the connection of two power connectors (8+6).

Model GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC2 Gaming will be different from the above is the presence of all the inherent features of iCX Technology, and lighting.

The flagship will be card GeForce GTX 1080 Ti FTW3 Gaming. She will get all the benefits iCX Technology, a larger cooler with three fans, two BIOS chips and a 12-phase power subsystem. It requires the connection of two eight-pin connectors for additional power.

Unfortunately, frequency adapters are not listed, unless it is known that the memory of the older cards will work at the frequency 11 264 MHz.

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