Today’s mid-to-high-end graphics cards are very similar in shape. The three-fan radiator is almost standard. However, after the release of RTX 3090, a series of non-public versions with turbo fan shapes appeared. This design was previously a patent of the public version. , The heat dissipation is very violent, but the noise is relatively loud.
Big brands including ASUS, GALAXY, Gigabyte, MSI, etc., as well as Korean brand Emtek, have all launched such products, especially the appearance of MSI’s imitating Fermi public card, which made us a little bit new.
However, recently, these turbofan versions of RTX 3090 suddenly disappeared collectively and mysteriously. The product page on the manufacturer’s official website was cancelled, and the e-commerce sales page was removed, but no one explained the specific reasons.
Such a consistent action must be a unified command issued by NVIDIA, but I really can’t guess why.
Taking into account the recent popularity of mining, NVIDIA even released a special CMP HX series of mining cards. The top model 90HX uses the same GA102 core of the RTX 3090, and the temperature of the graphics card is easily too high during the mining process. The turbo fan also has a good heat dissipation effect, and mining does not care about noise.
Could it be that NVIDIA has used all these products as mining cards?
The 90HX will be shipped next month, and you can get the answer when you see their true appearance.
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