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So basically what would this form of cooling mean cooling wise?
Could it could be better than for example, turings method of cooling? (Render was made by a reddit user)

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So basicaly you can add the second fan for an extra 100$US?$$!$ new nvidia pricing...FE+ and you get the second fan...899$ instead of 849$...a steal!

Hahaha...this looks horrible BTW...i'm sure the MSI gaming will look a shit load better than that monstrosity.


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16 minutes ago, SandyBoi said:

So basically what would this form of cooling mean cooling wise?
Could it could be better than for example, turings method of cooling?

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uhm... I doubt it will bring much, if any extra performance, nor will it have a popular aesthetic. from what it looks like it's just a stupid idea but we'll see...


 

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14 minutes ago, i_build_nanosuits said:

So basicaly you can add the second fan for an extra 100$US?$$!$ new nvidia pricing...FE+ and you get the second fan...899$ instead of 849$...a steal!

Hahaha...this looks horrible BTW...i'm sure the MSI gaming will look a shit load better than that monstrosity.

It's hard to see in the pics but they are labeled front and back, so if these are accurate that means the cooler would actually have 2 fans, one fan on the front and one on the back. Totally agree with you on the looks though, I like how the Turing coolers look more.

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Maybe they will put big heat producing components on both sides of the PCB? For example if the core gets bigger and bigger, eventually there wont be enough space to put GDDR6 chips close enough to the cores in the middle of the GPU die causing extra latency. To counter this, all they need to do is to put memory chips (some of them at least) at the back of the PCB, even overlapping where the die is located on the other side.

 

But with PCB sandwiched between essentially two blower coolers, compatibility with wider air coolers or boards with PCIe x16 slot at the very top (e.g. Asrock Z490 Velocita versus Steel Legend), including all the mITX boards will be gone (if you use it in the PCIe slot, that is)


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16 minutes ago, The_russian said:

It's hard to see in the pics but they are labeled front and back, so if these are accurate that means the cooler would actually have 2 fans, one fan on the front and one on the back.

ohhh...that's an interesting idea tho...that could potentially be good...IF you have hot air exaust on both the top and bottom of your case...wait what? no that's stupid no case are meant to handle hot air from a GPU that way that would be twit.


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Or...maybe the fans push air down like a ''vortex cooling tube'' and all the hot air is exaust the back...like a ''twin blower''...

OHHHHH...f*ck...yeah that' could be nice!!

With super high end performing heat pipes and vapor chambers and stuff...with super high quality fans i could see that work.


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