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TU106 is the chip being used, in this case Turing. 

https://www.techpowerup.com/gpu-specs/nvidia-tu106.g875

 

I'm unsure about the 184 / P61 numbers however off the top of my head

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Taking it line by line.

 

NVIDIA - Telling you who made/designed it

S TAIWAN 1841A1 - Not exactly sure what this means, but it likely says where/when this was made.

P61B53.0A4     e1 - Again, not exactly sure what this means. Perhaps a batch ID?
TU106-200A-KA-A1 - Chip revision ID Number, lets you identify what chip (and thus GPU) you have

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The top row of markings is the production run and order, usually a few variants across each generation of gpu depending on if a die is used for multiple cards.

The middle row is a batch number, it’s manufacturing tracking so if down the line like 3000 of these cards all have the same problem, they can reference a specific time and batch produced with similar batch codes.

The bottom row in thicker lettering is the specific die model name from nvidia.

 

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55 minutes ago, FakeKGB said:

Taking it line by line.

 

NVIDIA - Telling you who made/designed it

S TAIWAN 1841A1 - Not exactly sure what this means, but it likely says where/when this was made.

P61B53.0A4     e1 - Again, not exactly sure what this means. Perhaps a batch ID?
TU106-200A-KA-A1 - Chip revision ID Number, lets you identify what chip (and thus GPU) you have

thanks

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27 minutes ago, 8tg said:

The top row of markings is the production run and order, usually a few variants across each generation of gpu depending on if a die is used for multiple cards.

The middle row is a batch number, it’s manufacturing tracking so if down the line like 3000 of these cards all have the same problem, they can reference a specific time and batch produced with similar batch codes.

The bottom row in thicker lettering is the specific die model name from nvidia.

 

thanks

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