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    Geforce 7800GTX SLI picture appears intactly

    G70 in nVidia legend, there were formal names at last: 7800GTX

    7800GTX specification is sketched:

    Key code name : G70 / person who adopt TSMC 110nm make Cheng / 300M pieces of more than electric crystal

    Official side's formal name: Geforce 7800GTX

    Drawing pipeline: Each for 24 Pixels/8s lights color

    CoreMhz: 430MHz

    Storing device pulse: ) wide 256bit frequently of 1200MHz/256MB GDDR3 of (1.2GB Transmit interfaces: Grow PCI-Express originally (there is no AGP edition news yet at present)

    -Support SLI
    -Support CineFX 4.0
    -Support Intellisample 4.0
    -Support Sharder Model 3.0
    -Support PureVideo

    Official power consumption data: 100W
    The official side proposes the power supplying device : Single card 400W the above / above 500W at least of SLI


    NVidia 7800GTX common edition of display cards, green PCB edition is a standard style of NV


    Double DVIs exporting


    Front


    Except add the back core dispel the heat regular backplate of piece , storing device add the protection cover, besides can outside person who store dispel the heat , can also is it is it dispel the heat yuan lead to the fact curved board phenomenon to lock closely to prevent from with higher speed.

    [img]http://pic.digital-info.net/autumn/7800GTX/Preview/005.jpgp[/img[
    Compared with display card king 6800GT of the predecessor, 7800GTX cuts obviously and longerly.


    Add the look of SLI bridge graft device


    Assume office as the display card king from beginning to end




    This is an edition of 256MB, according to foot location where the storing device reserves, NV intends to develop towards 512MB at the beginning.


    The back


    Outside must be with 6Pin power, supply display card core use , the core, it is even power more consumptive to sell CPU more than most cities.

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    Person who store adopt particle , Samsung of GC16, particle of GC16 plain with ' difficult to exceed ' to claim in the past, but this batch of particles are still fine, still can go to speed (1.3G ) of 650


    Strong GPU is hit out , 7800GTX appears , the core of this display card, really do the greater, see in the future channelling into 90 endure metric system after the Cheng , can narrow its volume .


    Single a 7800GTX, power consumptive 169W of awaiting the opportune moment of the whole platform


    Full-speed operation, the power consumptive hurricane reaches 291W, in fact in the course of testing, broken 300W of hurricane for a time .




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    Full-speed operation, the power consumptive hurricane reaches 291W
    291W! Jebus Christ. I hope something has been changed in translation .

    Probably cost around £400 here when first released.
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    are these graphics cards as powerful has the next gen consoles?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonneymendoza
    are these graphics cards as powerful has the next gen consoles?
    God jonnry, isnt there a Console forum you can go big it up in. Im sure two of them will give all the next gens a run for there money. If not blow them out of the water.

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    Yeah, seeing as current ones aren't that far behind. This card should pwn consoles.

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    Not the performance increase we were hoping to see then

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    I personally think the next-gen consoles will be more powerful.

    And isn't the heatsink design the nicest looking nVidia have come up with for a while? Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by skuzgib
    Not the performance increase we were hoping to see then
    What were you hoping? The card has 8 pipes more than the previous gen, as well as only 2 vertex shaders more, and slighty higher clocks speeds. I for one wasn't expecting much with these specs.

    Don't expect a increase like the 5900 series to 6800 and 9800 to X800 cause that was a one off.

    9000 is a very good score if you ask me. The system is most likely stock with no tweaks/optimizations. The fastest single card is the x850xtpe, and it gets what 6500 max at stock with the fastest CPU's. That a nice increase.

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    the reason why ia sk that question is that i want my next pc 2 b more powerful then the next gen consoles, ya get me bredrins?, unreal check ur pm

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    Thanks sxs112, very nice post.

    These guys don't realize what they're looking at I think. The new nVidia cards look very promising and the gains are obviously substantial.

    If all you guys do is game then you should stick to your X-Boxes and Play Stations.

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    if people just game, why stick with shabby consoles when pc gaming is 100 times better? its obvious that the main purpose of tehse gpu is to play GAMES, what else would u use a Top of the range card besides games?

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    They are huge, power hungry, hot and gonna cost a bomb....

    Why can't GPU manufacters concentrate on making cooler running cores or evem dual core GPUs rather than make the cards bigger and heatsinks bigger....
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    Quote Originally Posted by iMc
    291W! Jebus Christ. I hope something has been changed in translation .

    Probably cost around £400 here when first released.
    If thats the case, then for SLI you will need two very decent PSU's in your PC...

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    Because cooler running cards mean slower cards if all else is equal.

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