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Old 25th March 2009, 11:20   #1
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Default NVIDIA working on single PCB Geforce GTX 295 to reduce costs

The current GTX295 features dual-PCB design codenamed P656 with one GPU on each. New GTX295 will adopt single PCB design known as P658, which means NVIDIA need to cram two G200 chips onto one PCB board. Therefore, the wiring and power supply parts as well as sandwich cooler need to be rearranged. In this way, the cost of cooler and thus whole VGA card can be significantly reduced. The clock and performance of GTX295 remain unchanged during this transition, and 6pin+8pin power connectors are employed. Added a back plate, the pricing of new GTX295 won’t be influenced.

http://en.expreview.com/2009/03/25/n...-outlined.html
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