EVGA’s GeForce GTX 1080 ACX2.0 cards feature a full 3.5mm PCIe 3.0 x16 slot for better cooling.
The EVGA GTX 1070 ACX II.0 is the first card to feature a dedicated x16 PCIe 3,0 x8 slot, though its cooling fans still use a standard 1x12mm fan for optimal cooling.
It features a new custom cooler with custom LED lighting, and a larger PCB than the 1070 ACx2.
You can also get a new version of the EVGA ACX 3.1 cooler with 3x fans and a 3x fan slot.EVGA’s EVGA 1070 AC X2.5 review is also out now.
The card features a dual-slot power connector and features a large shroud and black PCB.
It’s also got two EVGA SuperNOVA 950 heat pipes that run through the card, so you can use the card to run your new GTX 1080 graphics card.
You’ll get 4GB of GDDR5X RAM with 512MB of GDDR6X VRAM, 16GB of PCI Express 3.3/2.1 lanes, a pair of 8-pin power connectors, and an 8-phase power delivery system.
It also comes with a 3.75″ adapter, and EVGA offers up to an additional 8-PCIe 3.7″ power connector for $79.99.
The EVGA 1080 AC X 2.5 is also now available for preorder, but this model has a much better price tag, with the card now available at $99.99, $129.99 with free shipping, and $159.99 without shipping.