The company is calling this the infinity loop system. This system integrates a whole water cooling system including the water reservoir, water pump, radiator and pipes in a compact form factor over the card itself.
This similar to the AIO closed loop water cooling system available in the market but this time ASUS managed to put it over the RTX 2080 Ti card. The Asus’s flagship Axial fans cool the radiator and simultaneously cool the VRM’s.
There is not much change in dimensions if compared to the Asus ROG Strix RTX 2080 Ti card. The RTX 2080 Ti card comes with the base clock of 1350 MHz and a boost clock of 1815 MHz which is a bit more than the 1665 MHz boost clock on the Strix RTX 2080 Ti OC edition cards with the same 11GB of VRAM on bot the cards.
This water cooling integration on the card will definitely improve the thermals of the card. Since the power consumption is not available we believe it would be a little bit more due to the water cooler.
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