Gigabyte’s Upcoming Aorus Gaming Box Comes With Liquid-Cooled RTX 2080 Ti Without Overclocking

Gigabyte’s Upcoming Aorus Gaming Box Comes With Liquid-Cooled RTX 2080 Ti Without Overclocking
Credit: gigabyte

The world’s leading manufacturer for high-end gaming hardware, Gigabyte, has recently announced the launching of its new edition of Aorus Gaming Box, a product lineup that comes with dedicated external graphics, which reportedly carries Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 2080 Ti.

Fundamentally, these boxes are plug-and-play hardware, which is housing for external GPU that allows users to connect to their laptops via a USB-C port that has the Thunderbolt protocol. Currently, the Aorus edition provides a GTX 1070, GTX 1080, and RTX 2070 gaming box.

Apart from targeting gamers who prefer the notebook portability with excellent gaming experience, this hardware is also created for the content creators to render video anywhere quickly, as well for the 3D architects to conveniently render building blueprints on the go.

Aside from having its personal Ethernet port, the upcoming hardware also comes with a built-in USB port. When it comes to the available display connectivity, this device sticks to Nvidia’s preferred connectors, which users can find within their reference cards. The options for the display connection include an HDMI, three DisplayPort, and one USB Type C port.

There are two differently positioned USB Type C ports on the gaming box, each of which bears distinct functions that users need to pay attention to. One of the Type-C port is placed alongside the display connectors while the other Type-C shaped port is located between the Type A and the Ethernet ports. The former is part of the graphics cards, while the latter is the one that users will use to connect the unit to their laptop.

While the graphic cards are doing pretty great on air-cooling, the Aorus unit is incorporated with the RTX 2080 Ti in it that comes with a built-in all-in-one water-force liquid-cooling system which interestingly, does not cause overclocking even a little bit. Hence, this unit will run at a standard boost clock of up to 1,540Mhz.

Moreover, the water-force solution provides an all-around cooling system for every essential element of the graphics cards, while delivering both a silent and comfortable atmosphere in a compact size.

The GPU, on the other hand, has a memory of 11GB of GDDR6. The combination of the powerful Turing architecture and the high-speed intermission interface of the latest Thunderbolt 3 provide users with stunning 3D gaming performance and real-time game tracking.

As of the moment, Gigabyte has yet to reveal any details about the pricing. But judging from the price point of previous gaming boxes and the GPU that this unit packs, it will certainly not come cheap.