NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX Super series has been here for a few months and we had yet to get our hands on an RTX 2080 Super. Well that has all changed as have a fresh RTX 2080 Super in the office. The RTX 2080 Super like its other “Super” siblings is an upgrade over its predecessor (RTX 2080), but it is still based on the same TU104 silicon that we saw on the RTX 2080. NVIDIA has maxed out this silicon with 3072 CUDA cores across the cards 48 SMs. The 8GB of GDDR6 has also been given a slight upgrade from 14 Gbps to 15.5 Gbps. The RTX 2080 Super that we are taking a look at today comes from Zotac and it is their AMP card. The AMP (not be the confused with the AMP Extreme) features a slight bump in its boost clock up to 1845 MHz (compared to 1815 MHz reference) a 16+4 power phase design, and a hefty cooling solution. Is this the RTX 2080 Super that you should get? Read on as we find out!
– GDDR6 memory
– Strong Factory OC
– 16+4 Power Phase
– Freeze Fan Stop
– IceStorm 2.0 Cooling
– Metal Backplate
– Active Fan Control
– SPECTRA Lighting System
– OC Scanner
For a full list of specification check out the product page.
Zotac’s NVIDIA graphics card packaging has remained pretty much the same. The only real difference with the packaging is that it now says “Super” on it.
Flipping the box over to the back there is a picture of the card and some of the main features are detailed. There is also a full list of specifications, features, and minimum system requirements.
Getting everything out of the box we have the Zotac RTX 2080 Super AMP itself, two 8-pin to dual 6-pin PCI-Express power adapters, a quick installation guide and a Zotac case badge.