PDA

View Full Version : Dual GF110 GTX 595 Pic


Pages : [1] 2

cloudol
11-19-10, 07:23 AM
deleted

ragejg
11-20-10, 06:30 AM
why delete?

Ninja Prime
11-20-10, 06:57 PM
Because its a photochop?

G-Man
11-20-10, 08:18 PM
yeah where is it, I need to upgrade my 2 x GTX 295 :)

lee63
11-20-10, 08:34 PM
That thing looks real...check out the 2 x 8 pins :)

Roadhog
11-20-10, 08:38 PM
probably dual 460's or something like 570's. no way dual 580's would work.

lee63
11-20-10, 08:52 PM
These guys a reputable, so I say its real..but this isn't the original source.

http://www.tweaktown.com/news/17642/nvidia_preparing_dual_gpu_gf110_flexing_some_green _muscle/

Roliath
11-20-10, 09:09 PM
look at it under photoshop, looks real.
pixels don't lie

AdamK47
11-20-10, 09:14 PM
What is the chip in the middle?

Roadhog
11-20-10, 09:20 PM
What is the chip in the middle?

nf200 chip.

lee63
11-20-10, 11:09 PM
I just made a call to a friend in Santa Clara. He said . .damn, have to go answer the door. Will finish reply in a few minutes

:zzzz:

JasonPC
11-20-10, 11:40 PM
Would be kind of bad if nvidia couldn't get a reference dual gpu card down to a 6-pin and an 8-pin. I just don't see them releasing that as a reference design.

Ninja Prime
11-20-10, 11:47 PM
Would be kind of bad if nvidia couldn't get a reference dual gpu card down to a 6-pin and an 8-pin. I just don't see them releasing that as a reference design.

Not to mention it won't make PCI-E spec.

My guess is its fake, but I guess it could be something like Asus's MARS or something, a limited run rediculously expensive product.

Ninja Prime
11-21-10, 04:06 AM
lol the power consumption discussion starts again...

When do some of you finally realize that power consumption is not important for everyone when it comes to high end graphic cards?

According to the rumors this card should use downclocked, but not down-speced, 580 GPUs. And 1.5GB per GPU.

With two 8 pin connectors it can't make PCI-E spec and thus won't be released unless its a limited run ultra high end $1000 card like the full clocked 5970s out there.

Ninja Prime
11-21-10, 04:41 AM
How did ASUS managed to release those cards then? ;)

The slot itself will only provide so much power, pretty much all new cards need more. What does it matter if it needs more than the maximum wattage defined in the PCIe spec? The PSU will take care of the rest...

Like I said, those cards are limited run cards that have insane prices like $1000+. They dont even make more than a few thousand of them, sometimes only a few hundered. I think they made only 500 Asus MARS cards if I remember right.

While nothing says you can't make cards like that, PCI-E power spec exists for a reason. Going outside of spec is a bad idea, opening them up to lawsuits and crap, which is probably why they have never done it on a large scale.

lee63
11-21-10, 12:59 PM
Nah I hope it'll be a standard nV card :) Something against the 6990.
I have a feeling it will be.

G-Man
11-21-10, 01:43 PM
come on nvidia release them!

Johnny C
11-21-10, 03:28 PM
600w video card? I highly doubt it people....


Since a gtx580 will exceed 300w in furmark, the dual gpu card would be at least 600w even downclocked.

Dual GF104's I could see.

Ninja Prime
11-21-10, 05:33 PM
600w video card? I highly doubt it people....


Since a gtx580 will exceed 300w in furmark, the dual gpu card would be at least 600w even downclocked.

Dual GF104's I could see.

Seems more likely.

JasonPC
11-21-10, 07:19 PM
Dang you fanboys are in a little denial on this one ;)

I would love to see a monster card like this released as a reference design. But you know it's really, really unlikely. How many dual 8-pin reference cards have been released? None! I know there's always a first for everything, but this just seems like a stretch.

Also weren't there a few cases on certain X-58 motherboards of SLI 480s and 470s melting the 24-pin power connectors? I'm not necessarily saying nvidia's design is at fault here but what I am saying is the PCI-E spec is probably there for a reason and not just for fun. Though perhaps an 8-pin would actually reduce that problem since it should lower the need for power draw through the motherboard.

Muppet
11-21-10, 11:36 PM
Looks awesome. When can I get me a couple :D