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Very nice, looks like die is offset on them all. 

 

Any idea on pricing? 

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46 minutes ago, ssj92 said:

Very nice, looks like die is offset on them all. 

 

Any idea on pricing? 

Not only that, but their GPU cores are still for desktop platforms. I personally got the information that the price of 3080 version should be around $850. Also, the company (ZRT-智锐通) has a very complicated background. Its predecessor is (Gecube-技酷科技), I believe that many people who play MXM platform have seen their early production of the 970M 980M two cards and the late M1070. these three cards are very poor, 970M and 980M due to cutting corners on the inductor so the burn rate is very alarming, and the M1070 is also the problem, and the M1070 is still a copy of the zotac The late M1070 M1080 has improved but the shipments have been very small, and the company launched the 2060S and 2070S, two MXM graphics cards are rare. I just happen to have some of their actual product on hand.

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14 minutes ago, MS-16L13 said:

Not only that, but their GPU cores are still for desktop platforms. I personally got the information that the price of 3080 version should be around $850. Also, the company (ZRT-智锐通) has a very complicated background. Its predecessor is (Gecube-技酷科技), I believe that many people who play MXM platform have seen their early production of the 970M 980M two cards and the late M1070. these three cards are very poor, 970M and 980M due to cutting corners on the inductor so the burn rate is very alarming, and the M1070 is also the problem, and the M1070 is still a copy of the zotac The late M1070 M1080 has improved but the shipments have been very small, and the company launched the 2060S and 2070S, two MXM graphics cards are rare. I just happen to have some of their actual product on hand.

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oh boy, yeah we still remember the Gecube MXM desaster cards from the NBR days... questionable QC at best. so probably not the best idea to jump on this wagon too soon. also, 850 USD sounds too good to be true...

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7 hours ago, bennyg said:

3070 looks more promising tbh, the lower power limit on the 3080 (due to the extra memory chips?) will hurt clocks
but yeah, who feels lucky going for one of these

huh havent noticed that, weird. but shouldnt be different due to memory since number of chips is actually the same, just double density on 3080. altho i doubt the 15W difference will make up for the difference in cuda cores? not entirely sure tho since the difference is by no means huge...

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Looks to me like a 3060 and 3070 desktop chip and a 3080 mobile chip. In that case I would prefer the 3070 desktop chip.

 

Something really interesting would be the 4070 Ti desktop chip on one of those - it still has the right bus width for MXM (192) but performance that even with a 150W TDP might be not too far off from a desktop 3080 especially if they manage to give it 12 or even 16GB memory.

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