nvidia za zaustavitev diferenciacije bolje binned a-dies za aib tovarniške overclocked kartice | techpowerup

NVIDIA za zaustavitev diferenciacije boljših kovinskih A-matric za tovarniške overclocked kartice AIB Factory

A report from Tom's Hardware.de claims that multiple industry sources have confirmed that NVIDIA will stop offering higher-binned, differentiated A-dies of their Turing silicon. If you'll remember, the company introduced specific A-binned chips for AIB partners to ship with factory overclocks to customers, due to their higher overclockability - and likely, better power consumption profile - when compared to non A-binned dies. This practice was reserved to the company's best, though, in the form of the TU104-400A-A1 die (compared to the TU104-400-A1 dies used in non-overclocked versions of AIB graphics cards). The company is now seemingly killing this practice by offering a one-off Turing die with no such limitations.

Ta poteza NVIDIA - o kateri smo poročali iz prve roke tukaj pri TPU - je bila verjetno rešitev za nekoliko manj kot idealne donose za njene čipe TU-104, s čimer bi partnerji lahko zagotovili najboljšo izkušnjo uporabnikom, ki so bili pripravljeni plačati največ. Dejstvo je, da so bili partnerji AIB zaprti zaradi overclocking ne-A matric, če bi jih pridobili (ki bodo šli manj kot njihovi bratranci z višjim poreklom), čeprav končni uporabnik ne bi videl takšne omejitve - poleg tistega, ki so ga namestili pričakovano manj sposobni matri, ki so prisotni na tistih karticah, ki niso tovarniške OC'd.
Source: Tom's Hardware.de