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Nvidia did an oopsie

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Just now, LukeSavenije said:

don't see what you mean...

I think he's saying if the fans face downward in your PC, then the GEFORCE RTX will be upside down.

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1 minute ago, LukeSavenije said:

don't see what you mean...

Those fans will face down when installed in a case so the "RTX" will also be upside down.

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1 minute ago, LukeSavenije said:

don't see what you mean...

the geforce rtx logo is facing the fans instead of up

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Just now, bengle15 said:

the geforce rtx logo is facing the fans instead of up

That's just a design change, not an oopsie.

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Take a look at the videos from Jay, Kyle, Linus, and Dmitri if you need to see another example.

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It's just a render, the real card looks like this

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GeForce RTX 2060 Graphics Card

this one looks fine however, I think its just a mistake in some of the renders or on purpose to fit an angle shot or something

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1 minute ago, Mayushii said:

this one looks fine however, I think its just a mistake in some of the renders or on purpose to fit an angle shot or something

Perhaps it was on purpose for the sake of that render. It'd look silly to have an upside down logo on a professional render, even if it's technically correct.

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1 minute ago, ThatFlashCat said:

Perhaps it was on purpose for the sake of that render. It'd look silly to have an upside down logo on a professional render, even if it's technically correct.

Either way, not that important as long as your build doesn't have a glowing X⊥ᴚ ƎϽᴚOℲƎƃ

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Just now, Mayushii said:

Either way, not that important as long as your build doesn't have a glowing X⊥ᴚ ƎϽᴚOℲƎƃ

I'd hope not. I'll stick with my 1080 ti for now though. :P

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Just now, WereCat said:

That's how NVIDIA works

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10 minutes ago, ThatFlashCat said:

Perhaps it was on purpose for the sake of that render. It'd look silly to have an upside down logo on a professional render, even if it's technically correct.

It was. Like @Mira Yurizaki said, it's probably just a render that was edited to look more presentable.

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EDIT: This was put in the wrong thread, forgot I went into a New one :D

 

 

Saw the Power consumtion graf, and since there is no controll over how much the card draws from the PCI-E port, exceptfor up to 75W.

There shouldn't be hard to do the same test and include the PCI-E Power to. Wouldn't it be very easy to use one of the PCI-E extention cables, and separate the +12V lines on that one and combine it With the extra Power to measure it?

 

Would even be a quick little video prosject on how it's made and done.

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7 minutes ago, AndersT2 said:

Saw the Power consumtion graf, and since there is no controll over how much the card draws from the PCI-E port, exceptfor up to 75W.

The card has to tell the PCIe controller what it is before the PCIe controller gives it 75W. Otherwise the power limit is something like 25W. Also the circuits are designed in a way that balances where the power comes from by design. That is, you don't get 75W on top of whatever the auxiliary power cables give you as a pool.

 

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There shouldn't be hard to do the same test and include the PCI-E Power to. Wouldn't it be very easy to use one of the PCI-E extention cables, and separate the +12V lines on that one and combine it With the extra Power to measure it?

 

Would even be a quick little video prosject on how it's made and done.

Tom's Hardware uses current probes on the PCIe power cable and I think they've found a way to tap into the 12V line on the PCI Express bus. They get much more accurate results this way. However, it's not something anyone can just do, as it requires some pretty pricey equipment to do it right.

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1 hour ago, Mira Yurizaki said:

Tom's Hardware uses current probes on the PCIe power cable and I think they've found a way to tap into the 12V line on the PCI Express bus. They get much more accurate results this way. However, it's not something anyone can just do, as it requires some pretty pricey equipment to do it right.

Edit: I realised I put my original response in the wrong thread, didn't make any sense here :D

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Good call, but it is a 3D rendering used for promotion. I used to take liberties like that when I did that type of 3D for a living.

 

This is the type of rendering I had to do twice since the execs needed a "show and tell" to see why I had to do it.

 

It is also the type of thing that had me dashing over to the prototype department to make sure an exec did not use that image as an example.

 

The nightmare is when these things get into production. Everybody looks but no one sees. 

 

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(I should say, at least Westerners lol) we naturally read left to right, makes sense in the respect but for those inclined to see the details - looks ridiculous.  To the non-technie/pleb - they wont even notice this design "flaw" - marketing so you aren't "trying" to read the RTX portion, it flows naturally now.

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That's not a mistake. They did it on purpose so that the text wouldn't be upside down in the picture. I edited the picture to show you what it would look like, and it looks bad.

The "upside down" text like in the OP is far easier to read and recognize, so that's what whey went with even though it's "wrong". Also, it's just on the render. The actual card has the text the right way.

 

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