With any luck the schematics of the graphics cards will be leaked, to aid in the repair of the graphics cards. Support right to repair.
Remove the LHR Limiter NVIDIA or we'll do it for you
I repair graphics cards and my job would be made a lot easier if I had the circuit diagrams available, it could make the difference between an economic repair and scraping the card. The other AIB boards are usually very similar electrically to the Nvidia’s ones and the Nvidia’s circuit would help a lot.Of the few cards Nvidia actually designs, sure. That just leaves all the other AIB boards.
On the whole, GPU boards aren't too complicated at the component level. Board level repair just isn't usually economical viable most of the time. Buying small numbers of components, diagnosing which components failed, desoldering, soldering new components (Only to see if that fixes the issue). If the card fails within warranty period it just needs to go back to the manufacturer. Once it is out of warranty, you are looking at several hundred dollars for repair (and it will have depreciated), which is only worthwhile on cards valued well above that. Then you run the risk of the repair failing...
All sites under the control of Future Publishing are run the same way, clickbait, clickbait, clickbait..."Therefore, we recommend you take the news with a truckload of salt."
This seems to be the sum of all stories on Tom's lately. I ask you, why read if you only report rumors?
Steps off my high horse