- 8192 MB, 256 bit GDDR6
- 15500 MHz (effective)
- 496 GB/s Memory Bandwidth
- PCIe 3.0
- DisplayPort, DisplayPort, HDMI, DisplayPort
- Resolution & Refresh
- Max Monitors Supported: 4
- Max Digital : 7680×4320
- Height: 4.38 in – 111.15 mm
- Length: 10.62 in – 269.83 mm
- Width: Dual Slot
- Operating System Support
- Windows 10 64bit
- Windows 7 64bit
- Minimum of a 650 Watt power supply.
- An available 6-pin PCIe power connector and an available 8 pin PCIe power connector
- Total Power Draw : 250 Watts
- Product Warranty
- This product comes with a 3 year warranty. Registration is recommended.
- NVIDIA Ansel
Turn your screenshots into art with this powerful in-game photo mode that captures 360, HDR, and super-resolution photos
- NVIDIA GeForce Experience
The essential companion to your GeForce graphics card. Capture and share videos, screenshots, and livestreams. Keep your drivers up to date and optimize your games.
- NVIDIA G-SYNC Compatible
Get smooth, tear-free gameplay at refresh rates up to 240 Hz, plus HDR, and more. This is the ultimate gaming display and the go-to equipment for enthusiast gamers.
- DisplayPort 1.4, HDMI 2.0b
- NVIDIA GPU Boost
- Microsoft DirectX 12 Ultimate, Vulkan, OpenGL 4.6
DirectX 12 Ultimate is the newest version of the API and new gold standard for the next-generation of games. DirectX 12 Ultimate takes games to a whole new level of realism with support for ray tracing, mesh shaders, variable rate shading, and sampler feedback.
- Real-Time Ray Tracing
When it comes to next-gen gaming, it’s all about realism. GeForce RTX is light years ahead of other cards, delivering truly unique real-time ray tracing technologies for cutting-edge, hyper-realistic graphics.
- NVIDIA Highlights
- Game Ready Drivers
Get the highest levels of performance, and the smoothest experience possible, from the moment you start playing.
- HDCP 2.2
- Built for EVGA Precision X1
- Supports NVIDIA NVENC Turing Encoder
The NVIDIA Encoder (NVENC) will revolutionize the way you stream. NVENC is an independent section of your GeForce GPU used to encode video, lifting the strain from your CPU. This frees up the system to run your games and tackle other resource-intensive tasks so you can focus on what’s truly important – delivering a show-stopping broadcast.