BySigismondo Eisenhower 2019-08-01 1004
If you still have the impression, NVIDIA has two versions on the core of the previous RTX graphics card - one with A at the end and the other with no - so mixed, with the RTX 2080 as an example, it has two Core: TU104-400-A1 and TU104-400A-A1. Not long ago, it was reported that NVIDIA had stopped the core shipment without the A version, and only provided the core with the A version.
The difference between the two cores is reflected in the overclocking capability, and the core with A at the end has a stronger overclocking capability. In the driver file, we can easily find that the hardware IDs of the two different cores are different.
Then there are up to three versions of the RTX 2070 SUPER and RTX 2060 SUPER (in fact, this was discovered when the small package was unpacked to find the RTX 2080 SUPER), and its 1EC7 and 1F47 correspond to the Founders Edition of the two cards.
Then the specific core of the remaining two hardware IDs is still a mystery. GPU-Z developers have come up with the possibility that NVIDIA will downgrade the existing 2080 core and 2070 core to the core of the 2070 SUPER and 2060 SUPER.
Based on this possibility, he raised more questions. For example, does this degradation come from the shielding at the hardware level or the shielding at the BIOS level (software)? If it is on the software level, is it unlikely that we will change the card back?
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