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jmke 12th April 2004 14:51

NV40 Pic
 
:grin:

jmke 12th April 2004 14:52

Full Size

SilverSpeed 12th April 2004 14:58

that's one hot pci card there :d

DUR0N 12th April 2004 15:01

only 4 big condensors?

wutske 12th April 2004 16:01

Looks sweet :o Something I haven't seen yet --> Dual DVI (and no analog VGA).

Dual power connector =? Dual Core ?

jmke 12th April 2004 16:04

single core, more power. TheInq states ~450Watt PSU for a system with one of these beasts inside

Tum0r 12th April 2004 16:49

Makes me wich hardware would get more efficient.

MASSiVE 12th April 2004 17:15

heres one with a sticker on it


The Senile Doctor 12th April 2004 19:18

probably tomorrow, we'll know more...

ModdiN MansoN 12th April 2004 19:30

Quote:

Originally posted by HardFreak
Looks sweet :o Something I haven't seen yet --> Dual DVI (and no analog VGA).
even my ti4600 has this...

The Senile Doctor 12th April 2004 20:03

hardocp head : "I smell NV40, and it smells good. "
...
it will rock...
hopefully the ati scores just a bit better, coz ati fits my swiftech block best...

we will finally be rewarded for our months of waiting...
no more crap releases, next 6 weeks will bring us nv40, r420, socket 775, socket 939.
At last!
In about 10 weeks the hardwaremonkeys twixt us will be readying their wallet :)

jmke 12th April 2004 21:21

Quote:

KOREAN WEB SITE Dark Crow is saying that when Nvidia launches its NV40 tech this week, it will charge $399 for the 6800 Ultra and $299 for the non Ultra.


http://www.darkcrow.co.kr/Home/home.asp?idx=#3018

Sarcastro 12th April 2004 22:24

One molex or two molex connectors? The speculation and pictures aren't making it any more clear.

Quote:

KOREAN WEB SITE Dark Crow is saying that when Nvidia launches its NV40 tech this week, it will charge $399 for the 6800 Ultra and $299 for the non Ultra.
But that sound pretty resonable.

piotke 12th April 2004 22:30

only difference seems to be the memory speed ?

easypanic 12th April 2004 22:54

Quote:

Originally posted by calantak
we will finally be rewarded for our months of waiting...
no more crap releases, next 6 weeks will bring us nv40, r420, socket 775, socket 939.
At last!
In about 10 weeks the hardwaremonkeys twixt us will be readying their wallet :)


darn, ....must....invest....in.....computer...... :)

jmke 12th April 2004 23:05

Quote:

Originally posted by piotke
only difference seems to be the memory speed ?

400 MHz -
400 MHz +

piotke 12th April 2004 23:33

any idea what that would mean ?

core speed lower then and higher then ?

jmke 12th April 2004 23:41

something like that I guess:)

jmke 13th April 2004 09:11

today is the day!

187(V)URD@ 13th April 2004 14:39

Finally replacing my old gf4ti4200 into a brand new card :)

ModdiN MansoN 13th April 2004 14:42

same scenario here for my (t)rusty ol' ti4600 :)

jmke 13th April 2004 19:33

More specs and pics
http://frankenstein.evilgeniuslabs.c...nv40/news.html

jmke 13th April 2004 19:49

yes we've seen 775 mobo @ Cebit with DDR1
and socket 478 with DDR2

what do you "where is Bosw8er"? :)

jmke 13th April 2004 20:30

More (big) pics

mirrors of the biggest pics:
front http://www.madshrimps.be/upload/jmke/NV40/156627.jpg
back http://www.madshrimps.be/upload/jmke/NV40/156628.jpg
zoom http://www.madshrimps.be/upload/jmke/NV40/156629.jpg

http://hard.zol.com.cn/2004/0413/images/156627.jpg
http://hard.zol.com.cn/2004/0413/images/156628.jpg
http://hard.zol.com.cn/2004/0413/images/156629.jpg
http://hard.zol.com.cn/2004/0413/images/156632.jpg
http://hard.zol.com.cn/2004/0413/images/156633.JPG
http://hard.zol.com.cn/2004/0413/images/156634.JPG
http://hard.zol.com.cn/2004/0413/images/156635.JPG
http://hard.zol.com.cn/2004/0413/images/156636.JPG

187(V)URD@ 13th April 2004 20:51

Quote:

At least NVIDIA recommends testers to use 480W and over power supplies. By the way, GeForce 6800 Ultra reference cards will occupy two standard slots. However, it's not obligatory for all vendors, so we might see single-slot models as well.
If that's true ... I need some more power :/

Xploited Titan 13th April 2004 20:59

Btw, these two molex connectors don't mean it suck 2 times more juice then the previous generation... It's normally used to enhance the stability of the current the card needs... ;)

But, I think the new CPUs drain too much... Especially the Intel ones...

jmke 14th April 2004 10:26

Quote:

Looks like someone has leaked [H]ardOCP's benchies for their Nvidia GeForce 6800 Ultra review and it's not looking to good for Nvidia if these score's a right?
http://www.warp2search.net/modules.p...icle&sid=17428


--> http://mbnet.fi/elixir/NV40/

check the settings of the NV40 in each bench, it has FSAA enabled versus disabled on the other cards and puts out the same amount of FPS!

Sidney 14th April 2004 11:34

socket 775 / motherboard out in China. I read an article two weeks ago in Chinese. Board makers are reluctant; due to pins onboard rather than on CPU ..... warranty issues... pins are surface mounted meaning no easy way to replace just the socket.

jmke 14th April 2004 11:43

the NV40 seems to be a monster!
12xxx 3DMark2003 is real!

Quote:

The system we used consists of a Pentium 4 3.2GHz EE processor, EpoX’ 4PCA3+ i875P chipset motherboard, 1GB of Crucial DDR400 memory and two Western Digital WD740GD Raptors in raid0.

ModdiN MansoN 14th April 2004 15:08

I'm drooling all over the place here, can't wait to get my hands on one :)

any news on the ATI-front ?

jmke 14th April 2004 15:26

end of April (26) launch afaik of their X800 Pro, the XT is for end may

jmke 14th April 2004 17:37

6800 Bloemlezing :)

















Xploited Titan 14th April 2004 17:42

About the power load, I told you :D

But, hey, paying up to 600 bucks just to have the most powerful card isn't what I'm ready to do... And I want to see the answer of ATI... :grin:


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