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Old 12th January 2010, 16:59   #1
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Default Dual-GPU GF100 "Fermi" already in May?

While originally the GF100 was expected to have a TDP of ~200W and a 6+6 pin power configuration; the prototype demonstrated features 8+6 pin - the maximum official PCI configuration. It is likely that the final stepping will be significantly more energy efficient, however. Even if the final stepping consumers far less power, there is no doubt Nvidia have to make clock adjustments to keep the TDP under 300W, the maximum official load for the 8+6 pin configuration. Let us hope Nvidia are preparing accordingly, and this is not a repeat of the original GT200, to which a dual-GPU was simply not feasible.
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