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maxbero
09-22-03, 09:45 AM
Nv38

http://www.hwupgrade.it/articoli/908/nv38_6.jpg





Nv36

http://www.hwupgrade.it/articoli/908/nv36_big.jpg


more pics here (http://www.hwupgrade.it/articoli/908/1.html)

ClyssaN
09-22-03, 09:50 AM
hmmm :)

The Baron
09-22-03, 09:52 AM
Somebody had better confirm these are fakes.

The Dustbuster Mark 2.

ragejg
09-22-03, 10:03 AM
translation from site:

"For being the first day of the Computex, they have been enough fortunate: after the Sapphire prototype of card Dual Radeon 9800PRO it has been the turn of a "fortunate encounter" with two reference board nVidia, of cards NV38 and NV36. Draft of the two models that nVidia will introduce officially in the next month of October, which evolutions respective of the cards 5900 GeForce FX Ultra and GeForce FX 5600 Ultra. Thanks go, obviously, to the source of my images, that it will remain obviously anonymous;) Of continuation the images of the card NV38, solution of wrap high. "

Joe DeFuria
09-22-03, 10:09 AM
Originally posted by ragejg
translation from site:

"For being the first day of the Computex, they have been enough fortunate: after the Sapphire prototype of card Dual Radeon 9800PRO ....

Does that mean what I think it means?

:afraid:

Dazz
09-22-03, 10:13 AM
Originally posted by The Baron
Somebody had better confirm these are fakes.

The Dustbuster Mark 2. Yeah lol, The second i saw that i said to myself, "Oh NO"

ArconX
09-22-03, 10:29 AM
Originally posted by Joe DeFuria
Does that mean what I think it means?

:afraid:

Yep :D

Trait on Rage3D about the "Radeon 9800PRO MAXX - 2 Radeon 9800 Pro in 1" is located here:

Rage3d: Radeon 9800 MAXX (http://www.rage3d.com/board/showthread.php?s=&postid=1332270260#post1332270260)

mrsabidji
09-22-03, 10:33 AM
Originally posted by Dazz
Yeah lol, The second i saw that i said to myself, "Oh NO"

And I said to myself : WHoOOHOHA !:D
Er... maybe it won't be as loud as the first 1... the design looks rather different. Wait and hear...

mrsabidji

DSC
09-22-03, 10:39 AM
http://www20.tomshardware.com/business/20030922/computex_1-06.html

OMG....... Return of the Dustbuster/Leafblower........ :eek: :eek: :eek: :confused: :rolleyes:

silence
09-22-03, 11:24 AM
:jumping:



/me starts saving for Sapphire

phial
09-22-03, 11:26 AM
ROFL TEH HSF LOLOL

rth
09-22-03, 11:49 AM
HL2 inspired a return to factory overclocked cards?

:eek: Dual Radeon :eek:

-=DVS=-
09-22-03, 12:01 PM
O..My..God... that thing is huge :eek: but i want one :drooling:

http://www.rage3d.com/board/showthread.php?s=&postid=1332270260#post1332270260

Kev1
09-22-03, 12:05 PM
I'm sure performs well, but how the heck would it fit in a standard ATX case? That thing is huge :rolleyes:

The new NV38 IMO looks pretty cool. If the new dustbuster is quieter, it came in different colors, it was reasonably priced, and they fixed the DX9 problems it might be a very worthwhile video card to get :D

But with the way things are going at NV, I doubt thats the case :( I will patiently await benchmarks and review impressions.

jAkUp
09-22-03, 12:08 PM
i thought the nv38 was canned?

GlowStick
09-22-03, 12:12 PM
Woo, just a quick fyi the type of fan thats on it is actually makes less noise than traditonal fans, but they also move less air, so people usually run them faster witch makes more noise : O

so it depends on how much cfm's they need on how loud its gonna be heh(witch looking at the 5800ultra it wont be much 3 or 4 cfms)

Kev1
09-22-03, 12:14 PM
Guess they ressurrected it.

The more I look at it the more I think its very cool looking :cool: Unfortunately good looks and performance are 2 different things :rolleyes2

jAkUp
09-22-03, 12:30 PM
now thats a sweet backplate....

http://www.hwupgrade.it/articoli/908/nv38_2.jpg

GlowStick
09-22-03, 12:32 PM
Yeah it looks cool, but i have a feeling its gonna be toooo late.

volt
09-22-03, 12:39 PM
This looks like a version with DDR2 chips, which would indicate no changes except for clock bumps :lol: *FX 5800 Ultra^2*

Hellbinder
09-22-03, 12:49 PM
thought the nv38 was canned?

That is what some sites were reporting last week.

Quite frankly it makes no sense at all for them to launch this. Its obviously an extremely overclocked Nv35 with another dustbuster. Its not going to help them in Dx9 benchmarks nor is it likely to compete with the R360. Unless they overclocked it to like 550 or something crazy like that. (which wont help Dx9 anyway)

Screems Gimick. I dont see how this can be recieved in a posotive way by anyone but the most Staunch Nvidia supporters.

Socos
09-22-03, 12:54 PM
Who gives a crap what it looks like?? I don't look at my computer, I play games on my computer... Well I look at a little pron hehehe but who doesn't.. Anyways, I want performance, and what they are going to be asking for these cards it had better perform well in Hl2.

I will really be suprised if they were able to correct PS2.0 shaders by slapping that thing on the side. If they did re-do it then good for them. But I'll reserve judgement until benchmarks are here.:angel2:

lordtoran
09-22-03, 12:55 PM
And: How many people will buy that monster when even die-hard nvidia fanboys have bad memories of the dustbuster? :wtf:

Slappi
09-22-03, 01:09 PM
Originally posted by lordtoran
And: How many people will buy that monster when even die-hard nvidia fanboys have bad memories of the dustbuster? :wtf:

I wouldn't care if that monster of a card could actually match a 9900pro for IQ and PS2 speed and smack my azz in the process :spank: I still wouldn't buy it. Until they out do ATI I won't buy another nV GPU!

AthlonXP1800
09-22-03, 01:48 PM
Originally posted by The Baron
Somebody had better confirm these are fakes.

The Dustbuster Mark 2.

:D Well I turned the NV38 pic upside down and zoomed to get the fan details, it is Delta BFB0712H.

I searched for this model and found a pdf and scanning for BFB0712H, it look pretty good with 38dBA, it rough about the same noise as Geforce 4 Ti 4600 fans.

Everybody can relax with a sigh of relief. :D

Oh by the way you can download PDF (http://www.jameco.com/Jameco/Products/ProdCT/p061.pdf).