EVGA has packed the flagship RTX 3090 Ti K|NGP|N graphics card with a \"free\" 1600W power supply

EVGA has packed the flagship RTX 3090 Ti K|NGP|N graphics card with a \

EVGA has released its version of the flagship graphics card from the GeForce RTX 30 line.
The latest K|NGP|N is based on the RTX 3090 Ti, which debuted three months ago.
The manufacturer has been slow to release the flagship for a long time, but has now made it available on its American website.Image source: evga.comThe K|NGP|N costs $2499.99 - this price includes the included \"free\" power supply SuperNOVA 1600W.
It's worth noting that it lacks a PCIe Gen5 compatible 16-pin connector, so an adapter may be required.
The video card itself - and this is one of the few solutions on the market - has two 12+4-pin connectors.EVGA RTX 3090 Ti K|NGP|N has a hybrid cooling system: an external 360mm radiator with three fans and RGB illumination, as well as a fourth on the card itself.
K|NGP|N also has a 176×48 pixels OLED display, which displays real-time information on voltage, temperature, and other parameters, or shows GIF animation.
K|NGP|N is a premium product, as evidenced by its 14-layer PCB, a powerful power supply for extreme overclocking, and a BIOS switch for normal, overclocked (OC) and extreme (LN2) modes.
Finally, the company offers a PowerLink 52u adapter, with support for two 16-pin and six 8-pin power cables, which will ease their routing and eliminate the risks of interference to the cooling system - it is not specified whether it comes with the graphics card.

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