I own both GV-N207SWF3OC-8GD & GV-N207SGAMING OC-8GD and as far as I can see the cards are exactly the same. the only difference I've been able to find is the GV-N207SGAMING OC-8GD has RGB and the GV-N207SWF3OC-8GD does not. I have not pulled the heat-sink, but from what I can tell it looks like the all the components are in the same spot on both cards.
Here are some new news regarding the production. Shanghai is since yesterday open. Ningbo (where our factory is) should follow soon. We are hoping to start withhin the next weeks with the production again.
@OldSchoolShawn We need to see the PCB layout (without the ooriginal cooling on it) of the card to compare if the block would fit or not.
Hello! Do you have news about the delivery date and the compatibility with GV-N207SGAMING OC-8GD?
If I install the GPU block you think I should add another radiator in addition to that of my Eisbaer 280? Thanks
It is a super gaming . We do have a block for the normal gaming one but the PCB number does not match with yours. I assume the layout is the same but can not tell you 100%. You think you can dismount the original cooling and shoot a photo of the naked PCB/layout and send it to us so we can compare and see we have a block for it or not? With this CPU in the system the 280 mm radiator is a bit short really. I would definitely recommend to install a second radiator in to the system.
Yep, but in this topic all the cards mentioned are super
Here is the summary of all the articles mentioned
N207SWF3OC-8GD = Nvidia 2070 Super Wind Force OverClock-8Gb (D specify the type of the fourth out D=Displayport C=Usb-C)
N207SGAMINGOC-8GD Nvidia 2070 SuperGaming OverClock-8Gb (D specify the type of the fourth out D=Displayport C=Usb-C)
But even though I have now understood the difference between the different models, I have not yet understood the difference in their PCBs
Here the PCB found in web N207SGAMINGOC-8GC:
at the moment we do not have an water block for your GPU in our assortment but you will also need the new water block which will be available Mid April like the others here in the thread too.