The iGame RTX 2080 Advanced OC specs have been detailed and out of the box it is clocked higher than the reference design model. While the reference design model can boost to 1710 MHz, the boost clock of the iGame RTX 2080 Advanced OC is 1800 MHz. So out of the box, you are getting marginally better performance and the beefy cooler should be able to keep the temperature in check.
Other than that the base clock of the graphics card is 1,515 MHz. The specifications of the 1,515 MHz iGame RTX 2080 Advanced OC are as follows:
- CUDA Cores: 2,944
- Base Clock: 1,515 MHz
- Boost Clock: 1,800 MHz (reference 1,710 MHz)
- Memory clock: 14 Gbps
- Video memory: GDDR6 8 GB
- Memory bus: 256 bits
- Output: DisplayPort × 3, HDMI × 1, USB Type-C × 1
- Bus interface: PCI – Express 3.0 (x16)
- Power Connectors: 8 + 6 pin
- Dimension: 304 × 118 × 52 mm
The iGame RTX 2080 Advanced OC has a very beefy cooler and you can check out the breakdown and the pictures of the graphics card below:
The RTX 2080 graphics cards are going to be available starting the 20th of September and if you are not interested in getting the reference design model then you can check out the iGame RTX 2080 Advanced OC. We know that the RTX 2080 Ti has been delayed and that the cards till be available starting the 27th. If you have preordered the Ti model then you should get one by the 27th.
We also know that the high-end models are going to use different Turing cores. The A-variant will be higher specced as compared to the non-A variant and this means that it will be overclocked and will have better performance and efficiency. Nvidia is keeping a tight check on who is going to review the RTX GPUs and how they are going to do so. So you should wait a while before you decide whether or not you should get one.
Let us know what you think about the iGame RTX 2080 Advanced OC and whether or not this is something that you are interested in getting.