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|1st March 2010, 13:47||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
Spy Shots of NVIDIA Geforce Fermi at Cebit
The dual slot card with the typical radial fan has two DVi and one HDMI output. The power supply is realized with one 8-pin and one 6-pin PCI Express power connector - just like the GTX 280. Although the air that was exhausted by the graphics card was warm, it wasn't noticeably hotter than the outgoing air of other high-end devices. The heat of the card is transferred from the heatsink via heatpies to aluminum fins. As usual there are two SLI connectors that make the card ready for 3-way SLI.
A little surprise was the product sticker, which mentioned a GF-100-375-A3. So the device already reached the third generation, but the product code hasn't been updated to match the recently revealed Geforce GTX 4xx series.
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