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post #1 of 74 (permalink) Old 06-09-2020, 10:08 PM - Thread Starter
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[TPU] NVIDIA's Next-Gen Reference Cooler Costs $150 By Itself, to Feature in Three SKUs

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According to the report, the cooling solution, which looks a lot more overengineered than the company's RTX 20-series Founders Edition cooler, costs a hefty USD $150, or roughly the price of a 280 mm AIO CLC. It wouldn't surprise us if Asetek's RadCard costs less. The cooler consists of several interconnected heatsink elements with the PCB in the middle. Igor's Lab reports that the card is estimated to be 21.9 cm in length. Given its cost, NVIDIA is reserving this cooler for only the top three SKUs in the lineup, the TITAN RTX successor, the RTX 2080 Ti successor, and the RTX 2080/SUPER successor.
https://www.techpowerup.com/268278/n...-in-three-skus

GPU is now a la carte. With 'fans' paying for fans

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I'm not sure if AIBS will be allowed to offer traditional cooling. If so I doubt they will be allowed to undercut Nvidia. So, at a guess just raise prices by $150 to save face.

Wow, tough to be a fan of that company if that turns out to be true. I suspect you can get a water block that cools better for around that price. Shheesh

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It really looks like an airflow disaster.
Gpu side blowing to the front of the case and up against your mobo and m.2, power side blowing down so it can feed your gpu side with hot air if you have front to back case cooling. Will be even worse if you have a newer case that doesn't have a side fan mount. And still just 2 fans for a cooler that is trying to go over the top. Maybe the power side will be walled off so airflow mostly goes to the front of your case. Perfect.

Doesn't look good enough for a gpu that will downclock with temps. Cooling downgrade, airflow downgrade and price hike.
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Yeah, no. You can get a full cover water block for that...


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Quote: Originally Posted by DNMock View Post
Yeah, no. You can get a full cover water block for that...
This new design is going to force EK to redesign their blocks...

its going to take forever before they release compatible ones.

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Quote: Originally Posted by SuprUsrStan View Post
This new design is going to force EK to redesign their blocks...

its going to take forever before they release compatible ones.
That comes with any new gpu. However, it makes the card itself less attractive as we already have an idea how much water blocks cost.

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AMD got away with charging $200 more for their crap CLC on their Vega 64 LC and $500 on their Frontier Edition LC. Guess people actually care for aesthetics compared to functionality.

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Quote: Originally Posted by WannaBeOCer View Post
AMD got away with charging $200 more for their crap CLC on their Vega 64 LC and $500 on their Frontier Edition LC. Guess people actually care for aesthetics compared to functionality.
Stop being so but hurt. There is a stark contrast between watercool oem card in 2017 and hsf at $150 cost alone in 3080 in 2020. Do try and keep up. Even though it's still rumor.

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