EVGA has released its version of the flagship GeForce RTX 30 graphics card. The latest K|NGP|N is based on the RTX 3090 Ti that debuted three months ago. The manufacturer hesitated for a long time before releasing the flagship, but has now made it available on its website American side.
The K|NGP|N costs $2,499.99, which includes the included “free” 1600W SuperNOVA power supply. It’s worth noting that there’s no PCIe Gen5-compatible 16-pin header, so an adapter might be required. On the graphics card itself – and this is one of the few solutions on the market – there are two 12+4 pin connectors.
The EVGA RTX 3090 Ti K|NGP|N features a hybrid cooling system: an external 360mm radiator with three fans and RGB lighting, and a fourth on the card itself. The model comes with a built-in rotating OLED display with a Equipped with a resolution of 176 × 48 pixels, which displays information about voltage, temperature and other parameters in real time or displays a GIF animation.
The K|NGP|N is a premium product, as evidenced by the 14-layer PCB, the powerful power supply system for extreme overclocking and the BIOS mode switch: standard, overclocked (OC) and extreme (LN2). Finally, the company offers a PowerLink 52u adapter that supports two 16-pin and six 8-pin power cables, which makes routing easier and eliminates the risk of disrupting the cooling system – it’s not specified if it comes with the graphics card .