Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Jun 8, 2020.
please, use your eyes properly and review the fan blades direction.
Nv throttles boost once you pass 43*C, so even if the card gets 10*C less under stress, it wont matter.
in a space with no airflow yes, not in a forced-air environment like a pc case.
and again, temps wont drop by +30*C (because of the cooler), so even a slight drop will not make a difference for boost clocks.
probably the ppl that buy with their head turned on and dont mind giving up a bit performance to reduce cost by 30-50%?
not once since Ti's were (re) introduced have i been interested to buy one, except for the vram.
You have now reached the higher rate of Like tax.... for every 10 Likes you earn, we will take 6 back off you.
This is such a strange design so it looks like to me both fans are sucking air in and venting it out the center of the card? Either way I want to see how something like this performs I just don't see it being a good design.
I have seen this statement multiple times. But fan at tail of card pushes hot air downwards.
Personally I use a closed case, it's on the floor. I keep my legs on it while using a PC. I don't see that ever changing.
The 200mm fan in my Antec 900 is ready to heat my room. Well it already is but it's still ready.
If someone has PC case able to mount GPU vertically, then air from tail fan can go straight out of the side of case... as long as case does not use glass side panel.
Exactly... from what I can understand the card would have to be like this with PCB in the middle lining up with the slot as normal. And the new top fan and cooler above that, protruding above the PCI-E slot level.
For example the bottom slot shows how a normal current card works... everything is below the slot level with PCB on top.
Doesn't make sense to me. Here's an illustration I mocked up:
Wonder what the performance is going to be like my 2060 Super is good but I might sell up and buy one of these.
Im thinking the design is more like the one attached where the PCB is shorter than the heatsink block.
then you didn't use you eyes very well.
Don't you mean the 'Super' model?
That card is just awful to look at, seriously hope that's not the real final design.
Even if it is, you can just buy AIB cards so it doesn't matter. As far as enthusiasts go, the only reason get a stock card is for waterblock compatibility.
Yes exactly... i was thinking that was the only way it could be... I just couldn't be bothered to do another image showing it.