There's 4 DIMM slots, so it's at least mATX.Is that a ITX motherboard inside an ATX tower?
why do idiots do that?
Maybe they meant an actual card built by NvidiaI don't get where they think it's the biggest Nvidia card ever. There are quite a few longer cards, like the MSI 1080 ti gaming Trio which is 325mm long, and while it's not as wide, it's usually the length that is the most limiting dimension for any case. Width, might be an inconvenience if you wanted to use any of those slots, but it's doable, whereas if the card is too long to fit the case and you don't have removable drive cages, too bad, so sad.
In this caseThere's 4 DIMM slots, so it's at least mATX.
Beyond looking a bit funny & limiting your expansion, there's nothing inherently 'wrong' with ITX inside an ATX Tower..... Especially for standardizing a review/benchmark setup.
They might have - but at the angle the picture is taken, it wouldn't matter.In this case
They probably used a smaller mobo to make the gpu appear larger... which is rather misleading
If they have put a Msi RTX 2080Ti Gaming X trio in that motherboard it would appear even more oversizedThey might have - but at the angle the picture is taken, it wouldn't matter.
mATX is still the same 'width', but differs in length (12" vs 9.6")... So at the angle the picture is taken, you can't see the last couple of inches of the board below the GPU anyway.
It might be there, it might not. Doesn't make any difference IMO