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A look at NVIDIA’s new RTX-30 graphics cooling system

NVIDIA today announced the new RTX-30 cards with Ampere architecture, in which we saw three new cards. We are talking here about the RTX 3090, which is capable of running games on 8K resolution, the new RTX 3080 card designed for the best experience on the highest settings and 4K resolution, and the RTX 3070 card for gamers that beats the RTX 2080Ti card in performance rates.

All this is wonderful and beautiful, but the new card design on us from NVIDIA with its new cooler attracted our attention in a very clear way. What is the idea behind having two reversing fans with the RTX 3090 and RTX 3080? This is what we want to answer in today’s article. Wait, before you ask where the RTX 2070 card is from this matter, you should know that it is the only card that comes with two fans in the same direction, so we do not need it today.


We do not need it because it comes with the same idea of ​​the previous RTX 20 coolers, which came with a two-fan cooler, but the difference in the shape is not more until now before we try it. Let’s take a quick look at the RTX-30’s Founder’s Edition coolers!

NVIDIA RTX -30 cards redefined


If we look at all the coolers that NVIDIA has released for its cards in the Founder’s Edition, whether it is the GTX-10 or RTX-20 cards, we will find a heat sink associated with two fans or an exhaust fan. These coolers have prompted many users to turn to third-party cards without regard for what NVIDIA offers with its Founder’s Edition cards.

While giving the strongest possible performance in its graphics cards, it became clear to NVIDIA that it needed stronger and better coolers in various technical aspects. Those upcoming NVIDIA cards should have come up with better solutions in terms of the aero-mechanics themselves in order for the GPU to stay cool, silent, and steady in front of the toughest and toughest games they’ll run.

What will NVIDIA cards use this time and how will their coolers work?

The new NVIDIA cards will use a full aluminum heat sink with a modified steam room that will be connected to two fans, each one on one side. The dispersion was covered with nano-carbon to keep the heat under control while working on these cards, how would this work? To see!

Starting with the metal dispersion, the selection of aluminum is excellent. Aluminum dispersion can absorb heat better and at an excellent speed. Not to mention that the use of these dispersants does not hinder the buyer in the price because they are cheap and do not hinder him with thermal performance because these dispersants are able to host heat quickly and with high efficiency.

Let’s also not forget that using aluminum does not make the card weight large, but rather makes it light without sacrificing the cooling process in the first place. The nature of aluminum allowed NVIDIA to shape it according to the design of the cooler in an easy and smooth manner, unlike the rest of the materials from which heat dispersants are made, so we see that it is a very sound option.

As for the fan placement, there is one on the top and the second at the bottom. The ejection mechanism plays an important role with these fans, which operate on the largest metal dispersant that NVIDIA has integrated into its cards. This technology expels air from the heat pipes and draws air from outside to cool the graphics chip itself.

That is, yes, there will be hot air inside the computer case from the back and on the side of the processor, but if you follow us in the computer box cooling guide, you will know that if you work with it, you will not find any problem, especially since the third-party coolers for the processor and the fans for the computer box It will be able to expel this air effectively.

Silence is golden, don’t forget this. NVIDIA has not forgotten this matter in its new cards because its sound will be faint compared to the last generation cards, while giving an almost double performance in terms of cooling. If you don’t know either, the airflow will be much more powerful because it will get into the largest NVIDIA heat sink yet.

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