Today we have alleged pictures of the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080, specifically a couple of images of what would be the design of the company’s next high-end graphics card based on the Ampere architecture manufactured @7nm process node.

The leaked images would come from a prototype version or an engineering sample of graphics card, so we could be looking at the final design of the graphic card, whether it is a truthful leak, or a product that we will never really see with such design.

 

The design is quite curious, since we can see the entire PCB covered by an aluminum heatsink (which is hidden with shroud) and at one end, we have only one fan with respect to the efficient cooling system that we can see today in the Founders Edition with dual fan, although, no one can judge from the images that we are seeing a Founder model or a custom model from one of its NVIDIA’s AIB partners. On the other hand, the power connectors are not visible, so they would have been moved to the side as in the Quadro family products, thus improving the aesthetics of the system when connecting it to the power supply.

With rumors indicating a launch for the month of September, it is expected that the rumors and leaks will intensify in the coming weeks.

Via: Chiphell

 

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