The founder's edition of Nvidia's incoming GeForce GTX 1180 – or possibly GTX 2080 (different rumors points to different possible names) – will run with a powerful dual fan cooling system, according to the latest generation of next-generation GPU.
This comes from BenchLife, claiming that the founder's edition will boast a two-fan cooling system that is the first for Nvidia's own cards, to give plenty of oomph when it comes to reducing the temperature of the card running.
In other words, this may indicate that the power of the sequel to the GTX 1080 requires something a little bit more buffed to keep it tamed when driving challenging games and pushing many pixels.
All of this is pure speculation at this point, of course ̵
As Wccftech.com, who looked at the above rumors, notes, graphics card player Ufacturer Galax has also issued a statement (via a company representative) that Nvidia's Nvidia cards will become a "breakthrough" relationship in terms of performance , and again build up expectations for these incoming GPUs.
The GPU supplier also indicated that the launch would take place in September – or at least we will see "information" on the cards, which may mean disclosure. Even if we hope to see a revelation earlier than on Gamescom, where Nvidia is planning a GeForce Gaming Celebration event with promising surprises.
As always, we have to wait and see. It is worth noting that earlier rumors have pointed to a 30th August release date for the GTX 1180, with other cards (GTX 1180+ – possibly a more memory-and-versatile variant – and GTX 1170) to follow in late September, and at the end of October (GTX 1160).
As said, the latter rumored information shook something when it was played and, on August 30, less than three weeks away now, and nothing but vague rumors that flow on, you must wonder how realistic a potential as may be.