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|9th August 2010, 15:16||#1|
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Geforce GTX 480 with full 512SP Tested And Compared
As we know, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 480 is not based on a completely functional GF100 graphics processor. Instead, a SM of it has been disabled, and the number of CUDA cores also shrinks to 480. NVIDIA may pursue for better yield rate, power consumption and heat control. But this can never satisfy the hard-core players.
Everyone is looking forward to the full version GTX 480 which uses all the 512 CUDA cores. The PCB design and benchmarks have been unearthed, making itself a focus of speculation.
Expreview has just received a sample of 512SP GTX 480, so letís find out how it performs against the GTX 480 model thatís already available on the market.
|9th August 2010, 15:25||#2|
Anyone want to guess at how many tens of these there actually are in existence?
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