2080ti laptop variant likely coming very soon

Discussion in 'Gaming (Software and Graphics Cards)' started by JRE84, Sep 15, 2019.

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    Would be interesting but I think limited to the super huge dual brick ones.....which I just moved away from. =\

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    yea i'd imagine you would need two bricks
     
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    The slabs are too hard to fly with nowadays, I won't be going back and there is no way that thing is coming in a flight worthy configuration unless significantly nerfed. All hail those willing to make the accommodation!
     
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    "flight-worthy" in combination with super high end mobile graphics is a no go anyways *lol* :)

    well, TDP and cooling wise its no problem whatsoever, the previous SLI setups combined two 1080s at 180-200W each, so total of 360-400W on the GPU side only.
     
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    Likely it's going to be a DTR workstation style chassis. Something you would see in a clevo p870, MSI GT 8x, Asus ROG or what ever monstrosity acer spits out.

    @jaybee83 the only issue I could see is how are they going to get all those heatsinks on it. Lmao

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    Flight worthy? I fly with my P870tm1 almost every other week. . . .
     
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    It could happen (2080 Ti in a notebook), but I'm skeptical it would happen this late in Nvidia's product lifecycle.

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    yeah im not sure but notebookcheck says the quadro equivalent of the 2080ti was released 14 days ago
     
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    with a vapor chamber no problem :)

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