It should, which would indicate this card has some really high factory clocks. An overclocked 2080ti can exceed 350W's.Meh 320W is insane I thought the power consumption would go down or at least stay the same when moving to a smaller process technology.
Titan RTX was $2500, and if this rumored card is real, it will be the replacement for the RTX Titan and cost similarly.
Mainstream in this case means targeted at gamers. Cost is irrelevant. The $1400 2080Ti was a mainstream card despite a decidedly unmainstream price. 24GB of RAM on a gaming card makes zero sense. Big additional cost over 12GB for zero benefit. Pretty much why the Titan RTX was not targeted at gamers even though it was the fastest gaming card available.High end != mainstream
uMainstream in this case means targeted at gamers. Cost is irrelevant.
24GB of RAM on a gaming card makes zero sense
You missed the play for mainstream, while also missing the play for high end, simultanenously.Big additional cost over 12GB for zero benefit
You're using the wrong definition of mainstream.u
You missed the play for mainstream, while also missing the play for high end, simultanenously.
Cost is extremely relevant when considering gamers. Do you think these kids that don't have a thing, suddenly have monetary donations in their lives, you ignaramous,
How TF are you going to stand behind 'mainstream is gamers' when reflectin those sales
I guess you were trying to type a 'does not equal' sign?High end != mainstream
Anything that is Titanium is more than just a decent psu its top of the line.My seasonic 850w Prime Titanium might actually get to about 700w usage. Glad I got a decent PSU.
The use of your term then applies to every publicly available GPU, making it redundant to state.While the product itself might not be practical, it's officially a mainstream gpu, just like every other flagship of Nvidia's Geforce Gaming brand.
Please explain what you think it means and then I'll let you know why you're incorrect.You're using the wrong definition of mainstream.
Look closely at the picture using the mounting bracket on the 2 cards as your reference. It's not a blower design. The card does have 2 fans. One is facing up, the other is facing down. Bizarre design.That is an absolutely insane amount of power for 7nm. We all thought Navi 5700XT was insane with 200 Watts power (not TDP at that)
What I find really curious is, if it runs that hot, WHY USE A SINGLE FAN? Are we returning to leaf blower designs again? More fans = more airflow = better temps/less noise.
What's also curious is the use of an axial fan as opposed to a centrifugal/squirrel cage fan typically found on blower designs. If you have to push air through a lot of fins, there's a high drag factor, and you need static pressure. This is an axial fan's weak point. Axials are more about velocity than pressure. (Not that you can't make them high pressure. It's just harder to do with multiple sweep blades and higher RPM.) Centrifugal fans are much more efficient in this regard.
Sure, when you're not caught in the crossfire...semantics are fun lol
Nope. I'm not playing that game.The use of your term then applies to every publicly available GPU, making it redundant to state.
Mainstream refers to the most common slice of the market, please show me where the 2080Ti is the most common GPU in user systems so you can defend your argument.
Yep, it's pretty clear that card would be intended as the replacement to the Titan RTX, which already has 24GB of GDDR6 and a $2,500 MSRP, despite only being a little faster than a 2080 Ti at gaming. So I certainly wouldn't find the same amount of VRAM on its successor to be in any way surprising. That much VRAM might be useless for gaming any time soon, but those doing things like heavy rendering workloads might find some benefit from it. Nor would I find a $150 cooler on a card near that price range to be particularly surprising either. If the card is around $2,500, that only works out to 6% of its total cost.Titan RTX was $2500, and if this rumored card is real, it will be the replacement for the RTX Titan and cost similarly.
That is a not equal sign in programming. : 3I guess you were trying to type a 'does not equal' sign?