The latest generation of Nvidia GeForce graphics cards have not only introduced a new family of RTX products, but have also started selecting graphics chips for standard and over-locking models. However, the latest releases show that the manufacturer will give the best to this solution soon.
So far, Nvidia selected graphics processors for GeForce RTX 2070, RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 cards – received un-screwed standard versions of the core (eg Turing TU106-400), and in better, used versions Their over-locking with special chips with note A Turing TU106-400A).
Turing graphics plan TU106-400A-A1 and Turing TU106-400-A1
According to the German service, Tom's Hardware, referring to the informants of the sales channel, will remove Nvidia's graphics chip sharing in standard / special versions, and eventually can be reversed. all systems.
Card manufacturers will also receive new versions of the Turing TU104-410 and Turing TU106-410 cores for GeForce RTX 2080 models and RTX 2070. Will there also be a new Turing TU102 for TX GeForce RTX 2080? This is not known.
The manufacturer's decision may be related to improving the production processes of Turing systems. The possibilities of the new systems are so good that Nvidia does not have to choose the arts with greater potential to overcome. It is known unofficially that Turing TU104-410 / TU106-410 processors have already started, but the availability of cards is only expected at the end of May.
Source: Tom's Hardware, MyDrivers (photo) t