Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Aug 22, 2020.
7900 GTX, single GPU card.
Don't take any naming to mean anything.
It looks like FERMI is back
Looks like custom 110 MM Fans?
Must be a quiet card then.
Spoiler: that isn't the case this time.
Every time you say ngreedia, you lose another brain cell.
So those nice fins on the front of the card anyone else seeing what looks like a real pain in the neck to clean dust trap?
why are you "scaling" PCI?
because 3090's PCI looks like it's 6% longer? jesus....
@Astyanax started this garbage, but I was convinced someone was going to notice the guy was wrong for the jizzilionth time. But noooo...
3090 is a triple slot card. Therefore PCIe is that closer to a camera. So of course its PCI is going to look bigger - WHEN ITS CLOSER TO A FUKING CAMERA.
See that cra p PCB is sitting on?
Compare that to 2080 FE where there is only few mm between PCB and flat backside.
Man that thing is huge!!!
I really hope those prices are completely wrong, more than 400€ for a 3060 and more than 600€ for a 3070!!! F*** it! Nvidia can keep them if that´s correct!
This was my first thought
one day you'll learn how perspective works, since its literally used in speed camera's to correct for slight bends in the road and not screw up the reading.
if you can adjust the size so a part you know NEVER changes size matches, you'll be able to estimate the rest of the part.
its a thing commonly done in construction, architecture, drawn art, etc.
Good job being a numpty and referring to a fan made dissection of the 3080.
500€ rtx3060 isnt far fetched, actually it will become a reality soon. To think its a low tier card, 3070 should be midrange. How ****** up is that. Might as well go console this gen unless amd turns this madness around.
They basically took the images and copied them without properly
scaling them, so I did it myself with Photoshop using the "guides" to
align the cards at 4 points.... then I used the "scale" tool..... and
this is what the results would look like if compared to their leaked image....
No sht Einstein. Yet here you are claiming:
One sitting next to the other. How much more side by side do you need them to be to come up with the length
The pictures have been taken by a smartphone camera with an equivalent "wide" focal length of around 28mm with probably a crap load of "badly software corrected" distortion and of top of that at a close distance of probably less than 50cm, trying to guess the real size or how it compares to actual know product is just a waist of time. we are not even 100% sure it is legit final product. Just wait 10 days until the final revealing to complain about size and/or tdp.
Edit: if it is legit, just look at it as an approximation of its size, nothing more.
And within the context of the original un-scaled pictures this is correct.
Well I guess us itx sff case guys are out.lol
No it's not.
Anway I am to blame for confusion because I misunderstood your stupid "The pictures are not taken side by side" and wrongly assumed you was in the "fake pics" boat.
Different PCIe sizes being a "proof" of alleged image tampering.
the shadowing is all wrong to have even thought for a moment both cards were layed out beside each other
Why are people so caught up in defending the size of it? Whether you like it or not, this thing is in fact huge. Scaling down the size for a more accurate approximation doesn't change the fact this thing is really chonky.
Not that it matters. Unless you have an ITX case, this will still fit in most PCs.
My MSI1080Ti GAMING X has the same issue. Even though since moving from x99 to x570, the sag has been reduced significantly even without a bracket. Guess the "reinforced" PCI slots from Gigabyte Aorus Master weren't all marketing after all, but on my Rampage V x99 with plastic ones the sag was real. The 3090 might indeed need that bracket though.