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Reference Geforce RTX 2080 Ti render leaked - Dual Fan Cooler!

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Reference Geforce 2080 Ti render leaked - Dual Fan cooler!

Reference Geforce RTX 2080 Ti render leaked - Dual Fan Cooler!

Over the weekend a sea of custom RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti graphics card designs swept across the internet, a tsunami of GPUs that covered every major Nvidia AIB partner. However, one design remained a mystery, Nvidia's reference/Founders Edition models.  

Now, courtesy of Videocardz, we have a leaked render of what appears to be Nvidia's reference/Founders Edition Geforce RTX 2080 Ti, which features a dual-fan heatsink design and Nvidia's usual Founders Edition black and silver colour scheme. 

Thankfully, this render appears to be for promotional purposes only, which means that the green GEFORCE RTX lettering on the side should the correct way up in real-world graphics cards, as GPU fans typically face downwards in most modern gaming PCs. We can also see that Nvidia's reference RTX 2080 Ti model also features a dual-fan cooling setup, something which is new for Nvidia's reference models. 

At this time it remains unknown whether or not Nvidia's lower-end RTX 2080 will feature the same heatsink design, or utilise a traditional blower-style cooler.  

Reference Geforce 2080 Ti render leaked - Dual Fan cooler!

(Image from Videocardz)

  
Nvidia is expected to reveal their upcoming Geforce Turing series of graphics cards at their #BeForTheGame event, in Cologne Germany, which is also known as the Geforce Gaming Celebration. This event will start today at 5 PM BST and will be livestreamed. The official stream of this event is available to view here

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20-08-2018, 04:57:54

looz
I wonder if those are vents or the side or is it a strange dual fan card which exhausts out the back. :PQuote

20-08-2018, 04:59:53

TheF34RChannel
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Originally Posted by looz View Post
I wonder if those are vents or the side or is it a strange dual fan card which exhausts out the back. :P
Oh god it's gonna be the latter for sure ha haQuote

20-08-2018, 05:39:36

Peace
Am I the only one wondering why they already launch the 2080 Ti, which should come around a little later? Maybe people should wait to get this...Quote

20-08-2018, 06:56:45

AlienALX
Well I am glad to see this. Once we got to the Titan V the founder's cooler was totally insufficient. Hopefully this means you won't lose a massive chunk of performance on air.Quote

20-08-2018, 07:19:09

trawetSluaP
The Geforce on the side is upside down unless the fans are gonna face up...Quote
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