Xavier ZepheriousNVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 Series Ampere Gaming Graphics Cards Rumored To Utilize New 12-Pin Power Interface https://wccftech.com/nvidia-geforce-rtx-30-ampere-gaming-graphics-cards-new-power-connector-rumor/ really don't know what the big deal is most high end card required two 6pins or 8pin+6pin or two 8pins are they saying more than one 12pin???? this is the same width as the two 6-pin power connectors that current PSUs offer but offers a current capacity of 8.5A compared to 6A ah!!!! more power with the same amount of pins At a perfect efficiency rate, the mini-fit would deliver 600 Watts of power but that's not always the case and the actual power delivered to the GPU is around 400W at 6 Amps. WHT u mean RTX 30 cards can draw 600 watts or more???? The source also reports that there's a secondary 4-pin interface next to the main 12-pin connector whose purpose is unknown at the moment. The source does mention that the new power delivery interface would be utilized by a GeForce RTX 30 Ampere Gaming graphics card bearing the PG142 board number. We can't say for sure which particular GPU this board would utilize but judging by the power requirements, it is possible that this might be the high-end GA102/GA104 GPU powered gaming cards which include RTX 3080 Ti / RTX 3090, RTX 3080, RTX 3070 Ti / RTX 3070. another 4pin ....some interface or another power plug??????
veganfanaticas i posted on twitter earlier, a pair of 8-pin PCIe cables is more than 400W of power so what is the problem. this post is more crud speculating about a product that has barely been taped out
kougarCan't just arbitrarily make a new cable spec, 100% of the market doesn't have PSUs that support it. So fake.
veganfanatickougarCan't just arbitrarily make a new cable spec, 100% of the market doesn't have PSUs that support it. So fake. agreed, the ATX standard has solutions as my GTX 2080 needs 2 power tentacles, no problem, my HX1000i has it handled
SajinBring on the adpaters. I got a spare seasonic 1200w sitting on deck. =D
kougarThe adapter has been confirmed as fake. On the original FCPowerup article at the very bottom of the page it says the following, which people on the hardware Reddit say translates into... 以上的内容都是我编的。"I fabricated all the content above"
kevinc313RTX 3070 FOUNDERS @ $699RTX 3070 Ti FOUNDERS @ $799RTX 3080 FOUNDERS @ $999RTX 3080 Ti FOUNDERS @ $1499
castrator86kevinc313RTX 3070 FOUNDERS @ $699RTX 3070 Ti FOUNDERS @ $799RTX 3080 FOUNDERS @ $999RTX 3080 Ti FOUNDERS @ $1499 That's ridiculous pricing if true. Come on AMD, come out swinging...
aka_STEVE_bkevinc313RTX 3070 FOUNDERS @ $699RTX 3070 Ti FOUNDERS @ $799RTX 3080 FOUNDERS @ $999RTX 3080 Ti FOUNDERS @ $1499 God, I hope not ! =
GTXJackBauerThat would contradict what Nvidia had been saying for some time, iirc. It will be cheaper than the current lineup, no?
ty_ger07NVIDIA gave a warning that they expect mining usage to ramp back up this fall (decently high current cryptocurrency value plus cooler weather, usually = more mining), so that is another thing to consider. Cryptocurrency value and mining has been historically higher starting in the fall and then tapering off in the spring. If NVIDIA warned its partners about high expected demand, I would think that its pricing would be similarly adjusted higher accordingly.