Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by bit-tech, 23 Jul 2019.
Wow, given the performance bumps of the 60 and 70 super cards, this barely registers as anything better than a factory clocked AIB card. We can be pretty certain there won't be a 2080 Ti Super, given how much they gimped this one to protect the flagship.
Is it only me that has recollections of the brand name being nVidia...?
Well, at least this card is good for providing us all with a laugh before we all die from a heatstroke.
it was once
"stylized as NVIDIA; formerly stylized as nVidia on products from the mid 90s to early 2000s" from Wikipedia
The branding has always been a lowercase "n" and an all uppercase "VIDIA" The pre-2006 logo had the lowercase n in distinct italics with the balance in a roman serif style lettering. After 2006 it has a sans serif arial non-italic style lowercase n and the balance are capital letters of the same size and style. There was never a logo with a singularly capitalized V and the rest lowercase.
Separate names with a comma.