EVGA released an extreme version of the GeForce RTX 3090 with hybrid cooling
EVGA has announced the release of a modified version of the GeForce RTX 3090 video card from NVIDIA. It operates at significantly higher frequencies and also supports overclocking. In addition, the manufacturer has provided a hybrid cooling system and a built-in OLED display.
The EVGA RTX 3090 Kingpin Hybrid operates at 1.90 GHz instead of the standard 1.7 GHz. However, the 23-phase power subsystem, 12-layer printed circuit board and advanced cooling system allows you to "squeeze" even more power out of this video card through overclocking. The manufacturer provides three modes of operation: normal, overclocking, and LN2.
To protect the GPU from overheating, there is a liquid cooling system and a cooler installed directly on the video card itself. Another feature of the model is the built-in OLED display with a resolution of 176x48 pixels, which serves both to display different animations and to display useful information, such as voltage and temperature.