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post #11 of 84 (permalink) Old 06-06-2020, 10:42 AM
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The cooling design is one of last things in the development cycle. It could be to overcompensate for something. Price/Performance/VRAM etc.

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post #12 of 84 (permalink) Old 06-06-2020, 12:23 PM
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Not sure what to think yet. Initial thought is that it doesn't look very Nvidia like to me, going by their FE designs going back to the GTX 780. Though they have had some weird designs in the past, with cutouts in the PCB, but we are talking way past here (9800 GX2, GTX 295). And the GTX 670 had a short PCB, but I don't recall seeing short PCB's on anything other than low-mid tier products. Honestly doesn't make a whole lot of sense to me.

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Looks too crazy to be fake. Nvidia has likely found some exotic cooling configuration that dissipates heat more quietly.

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post #14 of 84 (permalink) Old 06-06-2020, 02:26 PM
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Love your rendering. Although based on the design I'm wondering how this is more efficient than their last reference design cooler?


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This looks like a bit of pcb that someone has cut through. There's a screw hole sliced up, bits that look like they're broken and is that a busted up inductor i've circled???
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Quote: Originally Posted by crappy View Post
This looks like a bit of pcb that someone has cut through. There's a screw hole sliced up, bits that look like they're broken and is that a busted up inductor i've circled???
ya think it might look like the top of this:

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maybe someone was having some fum with a tesla.

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Quote: Originally Posted by CluckyTaco View Post
Love your rendering. Although based on the design I'm wondering how this is more efficient than their last reference design cooler?
Just fyi, I wasnt the one who render it lol.


Was simply showing the gif rendering someone posted in videocardz.

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post #18 of 84 (permalink) Old 06-06-2020, 05:35 PM
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Looks like engineering sample to me. No idea why people here calling it fake when they can't even figure out how the heatsink works and how supposedly there isn't enough space for this or that yet there are way smaller PCB GPUs in existence without HBM.

Are blow through heatsinks good? Heck yes. Is NV's attempt at it gonna be gud? Nope. It's Ngreedia, don't expect miracles and an actually good cooler on expensive reference card.
It may have some style points but I will take function over style for hardware any time of the day.
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Literally this design with a flipped rear fan, so totally plausible. Even I was confused at first thinking there were two different designs going on.

If they can pull off a short PCB you're able to dedicate the entire back end to cooling.

Rear will pull in heat from the CPU area and blow it down, would work great in my case w/Water cooling as my CPU is not dumping any heat into that area. The fan cooler over the main CPU will be pulling in air from below the card and pumping a good portion out of the back of the case and sides of the card. Looks like some will be back out by the outer regions of the fan too.

Design looks well done, appear to be multiple in work, no idea if this is a final design but NVIDIA likes mixing things up.

I can see this design working well for Multi-Card setups where the top card is not just pulling in all the heat from the lower card.

Quote: Originally Posted by BiG StroOnZ View Post
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The card pictured by TooliusTech has three fans, short PCB and a massive heat sink. Unlike the actual final reference model, this card has both 6 and 8-pin power connectors.

The card is clearly a prototype because it has special connectors for engineering boards. It’s actually unclear how did someone got their hands on one of these, but since this card was pictured alongside RX Vega 64 and Radeon Pro WX 9100 we must assume that the source is good.

This prototype follows the footsteps of Radeon R9 Fury non-X, which was also offered by AIBs in triple-fan variants with massive coolers.


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I think it's reasonable. The fan at the end clearly blows through, while the other down and out the back or along the edges like the 2080. Heat pipes are surely going from the center in both directions. The PCIe power connections are on the end of the card but I'm not sure how they make their way to the main board. We all complain so much about blower style fans and now suddenly people are wondering where they went? These surely aren't final, but I'm not sure I'd label them fake either. It looks like a nice compact double slot design focused on moving heat out. They may be making a run at a better thermal design (like that blow through front fan) to pressure the AIB makers? They really needed a change up from the last couple of generations of FE cards and this looks like just such a move.
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