Upcoming GeForce and Quadro products have been discovered at EEC (Eurasian Economic Union) today.
Next-Gen GeForce and Quadro spotted at EEC
If you have no clue what those numbers mean, you came to the right place — here is what we know.
The 699 are usually consumer products, whereas the 900 usually identify professional devices (such as Quadro or Tesla). The most important part of the product code is “1Gxxx” segment, which denotes the board number. The list features three board numbers: PG150, PG160 and PG180. The latter board was already leaked, as the PCB picture made its way to the web few days ago
The two other boards: PG150 and PG160 are most likely for different GPUs. At launch, we usually only see one, sometimes two boards going through the certification process. So what this means is it that NVIDIA has at least three new GPUs ready.
The third and fourth parts of the product codes define variants of the boards (power circuits, display connectors, cooling mounting and even the color of the PCB).
It is also worth noting that board numbers have nothing to do with graphics card names. The fact that PG180 is for GTX 2080/1180 might just be a coincidence (same applies to PG160 and GTX 2060). It is a possibility that this has changed for new architecture, however, it is not like we expect G_105 GPU, do we?
The certification of the electronic components is one of the last processes before new boards are allowed to be sold. There are few certifications offices in different regions, but so far only EEC has listed the new boards.
|699 — GeForce|
|900 – Quadro/Tesla|
Many thanks to Komachi for spotting new entries!