The majority of 2D IR spectrometers operate at 1-10 kHz using Ti:Sapphire laser technology. We report a 2D IR spectrometer designed around Yb:KGW laser technology that operates shot-to-shot at 100 kHz. It includes a home-built OPA, a mid-IR pulse shaper, and custom-designed electronics with optional on-chip processing. We report a direct comparison between Yb:KGW and Ti:Sapphire based 2D IR spectrometers. Even though the mid-IR pulse energy is much lower for the Yb:KGW driven system, there is an 8x improvement in signal-to-noise over the 1 kHz Ti:Sapphire driven spectrometer to which it is compared. Experimental data is shown for sub-millimolar concentrations of amides. Advantages and disadvantages of the design are discussed, including thermal background that arises at high repetition rates. This fundamental spectrometer design takes advantage of newly available Yb laser technology in a new way, providing a straightforward means of enhancing sensitivity.