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    News - Single-PCB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 295 in the works?

    Rumour has it, NVIDIA is contemplating squeezing its dual-GPU monster onto a single printed circuit board.
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    Re: News - Single-PCB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 295 in the works?

    About bloody time... took them from all the way from 7900GX2 to figure out that two PCB design is just rank...

    IIRC, ATI has been doing single board dual gpu solution since Rage 3D MAXX... tho honestly that card was pretty pants even for its days..
    Me want Ultrabook


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    Re: News - Single-PCB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 295 in the works?

    Yeah.. I'd have thought their 3dfx purchase might have moved them on in this feild a bit quicker.

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    Re: News - Single-PCB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 295 in the works?

    How long until we have a new single-slot champion?

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    Re: News - Single-PCB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 295 in the works?

    I assume this would come with 40nm chips, then. Something tells me they won't be able to do this with current 55nm process (470 sq.mm per die).

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