Possible photos of the new Nvidia RTX 3080 prototype video card are leaked in the forum. Check out the details of the new VGA as its new design for cooling.
This weekend a photo was revealed showing two prototypes of the next generation of NVIDIA graphics cards, the RTX3080. VGA releases are unlikely to bring a good innovation in terms of refrigeration, but this is not what happened this time. The North American developer seems to be bringing something special to his fans this time.
The new design of the GPU looks strange than what we usually see. The first thing you notice is that there is a cooler at the bottom of the board and another at the top. Another point that was observed a change was in the power connector, which is not visible. Finally, we see that the VGA PCB is only two-thirds the length of the board chassis, as you can see above.
Is the cooling format good or bad?
The shape of the heatsink fins prevents air flow from escaping from the side of the VGA, a feature that goes to the opposite side of a conventional video card. In this version of the board, we have a cooler on the end that pulls air into the structure and another one near the cabinet wall, which expels hot air.
However, it is important to note that the colors are opaque, the heatsinks are misaligned and there is nothing else written besides the “RTX3080” and “Geforce RTX” logos. Because of this, there is a possibility that these cards are from a smaller OEM than the reference models from Nvidia.
Although these photos may indicate an upcoming launch, there is no way to know what stage Nvidia is in the development of its cards.
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