More NVIDIA rebranding shenanigans! The creator of GPU-Z, W1zzard discovered something very strange about the new RTX Super Cards. The RTX 2060 Super and 2070 Super don’t each have the same device ID (meaning that there are different variants of each card). Instead, you can find the lower-end Supers will three different device models in the market.
This immediately raised some eyebrows because of NVIDIA’s earlier history of blurring brand names to the consumer’s detriment. The original RTX 2080 and 2070 had different device IDs that corresponded to differently binned parts. The Turing “A” variants were higher-binned products with greater overclocking headroom, while the “
Thankfully, on further examination, the device ID issue here doesn’t seem to be a problem. W1zzard noticed that the IDs for RTX 2070 Super cards (1E84, 1EC7, and 1EC2) were almost the same as for the RTX 2080 (1E87), with a change of only 40 hex values. This indicates that Nvidia appears to be flashing or otherwise converting existing 2080s and 2070s into their
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