Images surrounding the new EVGA RTX 2080 Ti and RTX 2080 Hydro Copper & Hybrid GPUs were spotted today via EVGA representative on Twitter. This adds two more GPUs to EVGA’s RTX lineup making four RTX cards total. EVGA previously released information surrounding the XC and FTW3 versions a few weeks ago.
The new new designs feature a silver and black color scheme with rigid edges. Both the Hydro Copper and Hybrid GPUs are designed to work with liquid cooling. As the names imply, the EVGA Hybrid will feature an AIO liquid cooling kit which will be released under both the FTW3 and XC models. As both of these are a hybrid solution, the fan is used to cool the memory modules and VRM, while the actual GPU is cooled using the AIO cooler. No word yet on the size of the included radiator.
The FTW3 series feature a taller water block which extends past the top of the GPU past the PCB. The XC models are a bit shorter which allows the cooling assembly to be pretty much flush with the PCB.
Currently no pricing or release date has been officially announced by EVGA.