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.
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.