Sorry, forgot to add the earlier post
From earlier in the thread, it appears to be quite simply any overclocked card has an "A" chip (incL FE). Reference cards are "standard" chips.
You'll have to give advice on watercooling the card as you're an expert from taming your Vega 64 by watercooling it :p
Anything overclocked is the A version. The FE is now overclocked. Previously there was just one version of the chip but of course a card...
It does look interesting. I'm keen to see how it performs against manual overlooking.
To answer your question i've read it supports the 20xx...
I knew it was an MSI :D as you're a fan like me! I take it it's not from OC? Gibbo is normally very good at keeping everyone updated with incoming...
Gregster, you're getting the MSI Duke? I wonder why it's "at the mercy of Nvidia"?
That's why the general consensus here is wait for the reviews. The independent ones will be particularly interesting.
It depends how you read this.............
If it's part of the NDA?
Loads hasn't responded. Here's what VideoCardz said when they published the Reviewers Guide benchmarks -
I don't see...
I suppose they could through the NDA?
Does it actually say in the reviewers guide that they have to be tested at 4k only?
4k only? Not sure if you are being serious?
Yes, if you happened to be colour blind you could mistake it for an AMD launch :D
2080Ti reference TDP is 250W and the FE TDP is 260W due to its higher boost.
Panos, isn't your card custom watercooled?
Could you clarify how you think it works?
Yes, best case to showcase the new hardware. I've got no problem with them doing that (to be perfectly honest they'd be daft not to) as long as...
Isn't it because the FE is now overclocked so no longer reference spec?
I'd agree but there has been so little official information released about the 20XX cards. If the full specs and some full comparisons against...
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