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    Re: NVIDIA Quadro RTX 8000 now passively cooled, costs $6000 2020/01/27 16:47:11 (permalink)
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    Re: NVIDIA Quadro RTX 8000 now passively cooled, costs $6000 2020/01/27 19:27:03 (permalink)
    RTX 8000 & passively cooled ... that is a funny combination
     
    If you need that much power for your Workstation ... why would you want it to be passive cooling  ?

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    Re: NVIDIA Quadro RTX 8000 now passively cooled, costs $6000 2020/01/28 12:39:37 (permalink)
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    If you need that much power for your Workstation ... why would you want it to be passive cooling?
     



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    Re: NVIDIA Quadro RTX 8000 now passively cooled, costs $6000 2020/01/29 20:17:26 (permalink)
    Better cook me breakfast or its fired.....

     
     
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    Re: NVIDIA Quadro RTX 8000 now passively cooled, costs $6000 2020/01/29 20:29:54 (permalink)
    Cool GTX
    RTX 8000 & passively cooled ... that is a funny combination If you need that much power for your Workstation ... why would you want it to be passive cooling  ?


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    Re: NVIDIA Quadro RTX 8000 now passively cooled, costs $6000 2020/01/29 22:40:39 (permalink)
    says it has a TDP of 250w can you really passive cool that without a mega huge cooler? the picture doesn't show the cooling to be all that big, let alone the massive cooler I'd expect. Or maybe it's "250w for 2 seconds before massive throttling kick in and it becomes more like 80w"


     
     
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    Re: NVIDIA Quadro RTX 8000 now passively cooled, costs $6000 2020/01/31 11:26:33 (permalink)
    If you put it in a tier 3 data center (better yet, tier 4) - that works. Otherwise, no.

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    Re: NVIDIA Quadro RTX 8000 now passively cooled, costs $6000 2020/01/31 11:37:25 (permalink)
    So, if this was installed in a rack that has those evil little screamer fans that push air through them, then the passive cooling would be actively cooled by the little demons.. correct? 
     
    I mean, for the people that need this type of card, I would assume they aren't sticking it in a random full tower/mid tower case with a single fan to move air.. I would assume they actually have a purpose for this type of card, and the rack that it went into would actually move air through the card without having to have an extra blower fan.
     
    Clearly this isn't meant for a gamer, so I would guess that the gamer mindset should take the back seat in favor of a rack that can actively push a good quantity of air through a card like this.

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