Asus to Release White GeForce RTX 2080 Super ROG Strix Graphics Card
It looks like Asus has decided to add their take on the white graphics card market with the new GeForce RTX 2080 Super ROG STRIX card.
This joins the ranks of all-white PC components including the GALAX which are a great choice for those who want a slick, eye-catching design in their PC build.
Asus’ graphics card and the cooling shroud are almost entirely white on the outside. Only underneath the PCB is black. While it might not be fully white, the black does stand out nicely against the white background.
This card features Asus’ triple fan design while also maintaining a 2.7 slot design. The black PCB underneath is a full custom design that requires dual 8-pin PCIe power connectors.
What Are The Specs Of The GeForce RTX 2080 Super ROG STRIX?
Asus’ GeForce RTX 2080 Super will feature 8 GB of GDDR6 memory which will be clocked at 15.5 Gbps. The graphics card will also be able to achieve a 1,890 MHz boost.
At the moment, there is no word on how much this model will cost. We imagine with it being a custom design, it will end up a bit pricier than the usual 2080 Super ROG STRIX graphics cards offered by Asus.
Other White Components To Complete Your Build
If you are looking to complete a slick-looking all-white build on your PC, then you’re in luck. There are a few components out there that will match your design. We have listed a couple of them below.
Currently offered by Corsair is the Vengeance RGB PRO 32 GB DDR4 RAM kit. This kit has a sharp white design with some RGB lighting that really pops out. This currently retails at £174.99.
Keep things cool in style with Corsair’s RGB fans in white. This 3 fan pack features a dual light loop and operates at speeds of 600 to 1500 rpm. While a bit on the pricey side, these fans will make a great addition to your mono-colored rig.
Tying it all together is a sleek white case you can find from Phanteks. The Eclipse P600S Glass tower case is a budget-friendly case for the design-conscious among us.
With the tempered glass to show off your other all-white components and a noise dampened shell to reduce noise, this is a great addition to wrap your components in.
Of course, you will be able to find other all-white components out there if you do your research. With Asus adding their model to the market, it could mean other manufacturers following suit and including different colored components.
Have you built a themed system lately? Did you have trouble finding the perfect components to add to your system? Let us know what you’ve built down in the comments section below.