NVIDIA teases new design and 12-pin for GeForce RTX 30 series GPUs

    NVIDIA teases new design and 12-pin for GeForce RTX 30 series GPUs

    NVIDIA teases new design and 12-pin for GeForce RTX 30 series GPUs


    Posted: 26 Aug 2020
    Ever wondered how an NVIDIA Founders Edition graphics card is designed? It goes far beyond the addition of a powerful GPU, requiring engineers and experts skilled in the fields of thermal, mechanical, electrical and product design to come together to collaborate on a perfectly-balanced product.

    To lift the shroud on this process, we spoke to some of NVIDIA’s best and brightest, who detailed the art and science behind graphics card design today, with a look towards the possibilities of the future. In the video below, we offer a first glimpse at some of the strides we have made in designing graphics cards, so that they can reach their maximum potential while remaining cool and quiet. They include:

    • Thermal: A new, airflow-optimized cooling solution, redesigned to overcome existing constraints and move more air through the system for maximum cooling efficiency
    • Mechanical: A stronger mechanical structure, including a new low profile leaf spring that leaves room for a back cover
    • Electrical: A compact electrical design, with a new 12-pin power connector that allows more space for components and cooling, and is compatible with existing power supplies via an included adapter
    • Product Design: A no-compromise, cohesive design that embraces the revolutionary thermal solution while beautifully harmonizing each element of the graphics card



    For more on NVIDIA’s latest innovations in gaming and graphics, tune in to the GeForce Special Event broadcast, featuring NVIDIA CEO, Jensen Huang, starting 9am PT on September 1st.


    Source: The Remarkable Art and Science of Modern Graphics Card Design | NVIDIA
    Brink's Avatar Posted By: Brink
    26 Aug 2020


 

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