NVIDIA GeForce GTX 2080 PCB has been leaked

Published: Aug 2nd 2018, 09:57 GMT   Comments

There is no DVI port and there is no standard SLI finger. Is this the new GeForce?

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 2080 PCB: 8+6pin and New SLI finger?

The PCB of an upcoming NVIDIA card has been leaked by Baidu user. The photos present a new card that will sport either 8GB or 16GB of GDDR6 memory. The card has 10-phase VRM powered through 6+8pin power connectors (the 6-pin might be optional). For comparison, the GTX 1080 has only one 8-pin connector.

This is not a custom board, as the board model and NVIDIA logo suggest that this is a reference PCB. The new SLI fingers might be an implementation of NVLink for gaming cards.

The pinout for the GPU is rather small, likely for the GV104 processor. The board number is PG180. The certification logos indicate that the board is final.

Source: Baidu

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