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About kuh-Ru-ton

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  1. Hi all, long time lurker, first time poster! I was browsing around PC part picker and happened to notice something interesting about the new Super 20XX series cards: Unlike the 2080Ti, which has a part number ID starting with 900-1G150, the 2070 Super, 2080, and 2080 Super all have a part number ID starting with 900-1G180. Now if I remember correctly, the only aspect of the part number recognised by the system info section of the Nvidia Control Panel, is the G180 part (the rest is listed as '0000', my FE 2080 is like that anyway). So here I am wondering, does this mean as far as the CP is concerned, specifically regarding the part number, all three of these cards would be treated as identical? And further (as you probably guessed by where this is posted), does this mean that maybe, just maybe, you could NVLink two of these cards together interchangeably? They have the same VRAM capacity and same memory bus width as well, after all. Even if this doesn't work automatically, I have a hunch that some unsigned driver-side work-arounds could be finagled to function it, maybe even on an analogous level. Has anyone tested the SLI inter-connectivity of these cards yet? I'd be really interested to hear your findings! Thanks guys!