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    Beans - NVIDIA ConnectorGate Issue

    Eastern European sauces are starting to uncoverfurther details on NVIDIA's weak die/packaging material crisis.
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    Re: Beans - NVIDIA ConnectorGate Issue

    Interesting article, just thought I'd point out a spelling mistake.

    Quote Originally Posted by NVIDIA ConnectorGate Issue
    Other HEXUS sauces have confirmed that NVIDIA is set to make an expanded official statement in the coming hours.
    Sauces should read sources.
    Last edited by digit; 11-07-2008 at 08:51 PM.

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    Re: Beans - NVIDIA ConnectorGate Issue

    hmm, so my 8800GTS + p5n-d 750i nvidia chipset could die? or something along those lines, that sucks bad i hope mine dies soon or doesnt at all >.<.
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    Re: Beans - NVIDIA ConnectorGate Issue

    i think this only covers very recently made machines.
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    Re: Beans - NVIDIA ConnectorGate Issue

    Quote Originally Posted by digit View Post
    Interesting article, just thought I'd point out a spelling mistake.



    Sauces should read sources.
    Beans don't have sources they have sauces...

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    Re: Beans - NVIDIA ConnectorGate Issue

    I can't wait to try this new Nvidia sauce everyone's talking about.

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    Re: Beans - NVIDIA ConnectorGate Issue

    Quote Originally Posted by DR View Post
    Beans don't have sources they have sauces...
    even i cottoned on to that one

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    Re: Beans - NVIDIA ConnectorGate Issue

    Quote Originally Posted by alsenior View Post
    i think this only covers very recently made machines.
    So claim nVidia, but the reasons they cite for this are highly suspicious, and so it is likely it could effect all models. The good news is though that g80's are fine - this only effected g84 and g86 chipsets (or so they again claim ).

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    Re: Beans - NVIDIA ConnectorGate Issue

    as long as g92 is allright.... then i'm happy
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    Re: Beans - NVIDIA ConnectorGate Issue

    Quote Originally Posted by Rosaline View Post
    So claim nVidia, but the reasons they cite for this are highly suspicious, and so it is likely it could effect all models. The good news is though that g80's are fine - this only effected g84 and g86 chipsets (or so they again claim ).
    with it looking like heat cycling being the problem, IN a laptop even a lower powered chipset has relatively poor cooling so as soon as it turns on it pretty much hits a high temp, then goes cool on shutdown which when you leave your laptop for 2 mins it will go into standby(for most people).
    So heat cycling is at its worst in laptops.

    With desktops heat cycling due to usage patterns is said to be worse, with lots of people who turn their comps on when they get home, leave it on and less effort with standby powering down its cycled less. But people are wondering if In time the problems won't also develope. Untill, and if they do it will probably be very hard to tell if the G80 is affected just on Nvidia's say so, as they also said this was definately and only a HP problem from one batch. With apparently, Dell, Asus and a bunch of other manufactures forums having a high number of threads of failing Nvidia laptops, that already seems a certain lie. They might just get lucky that desktop cards last long enough before failing, and the lack of G80 high end products in laptops might save them. TBH I don't know if there is a G80 part out yet for laptops, if there is, it came a hell of a lot later than the 8600/8700 and lower parts came out for laptops so could yet start to fail.

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