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lol, the slot actualy seems to be for additional VRM's.

Heres the upgrade card:


Source: http://news.mydrivers.com/1/207/207516_all.htm

The site also states that its only going to be a 1GB card.. kinda pointless to slap an immense power delivery made for extreme OC on it, which could easily supply a 580 with enough power, yet only put 1gig of VRAM on the card...
Edited by toX0rz - 10/27/11 at 5:12am
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post #22 of 38
Okay so what about the SOdimm on the front of the card???

Also 10heatpipes for a 560?? I mean the more the better, but untill this thing heats up and produces alot of wattage we wont see much of a difference. All in all, its an amazing card, and if colorful is smart they practice on this one and implement them on future cards. As we already know alot of people dont mind tripple slot card or length or height issues.
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Okay so what about the SOdimm on the front of the card???

Also 10heatpipes for a 560?? I mean the more the better, but untill this thing heats up and produces alot of wattage we wont see much of a difference. All in all, its an amazing card, and if colorful is smart they practice on this one and implement them on future cards. As we already know alot of people dont mind tripple slot card or length or height issues.
The front has a Mini-PCIe slot, not a SO-DIMM.
The DIMM slot is at the back of the card and is made for that upgrade card featuring 4 additional VRM's.

As for the heatpipes.. well, the card has 3x6-pin connectors and 8 VRM's stock, thats already GTX 580 level.
But in all seriousness, I doubt the silicon will OC high enough to utilize all of it... you can reach 1 GHz with a stock GTX 560 Ti with the stock power circuit and only 2x 6-pin connectors. I'm pretty sure the chip is close to it's limits at 1 GHz already, so adding additional power delivery wont change a thing.. but I may be proven wrong We'll see.

All I know is, that a 560 Ti @ 1 GHz performs equally with a 570.. so to reach 580 performance you'd probably need another 15-20% clockrate bump.
Edited by toX0rz - 10/27/11 at 5:30am
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post #24 of 38
the heatsink looks really good.
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Originally Posted by toX0rz View Post
The front has a Mini-PCIe slot, not a SO-DIMM.
The DIMM slot is at the back of the card and is made for that upgrade card featuring 4 additional VRM's.


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post #26 of 38
You know what would be a cool idea? An upgradable card!

Instead of the concept of sli, and if your card is vram limited sli cant solve the problem.

And surley even if this ocs like a monster, in the end a silicon is limited so dont expect 1.2ghz on the core. Maybe 1050+...
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Its always nice to see more innovative products outside the mainstream. Look forward to some benches on this
    
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No picture of the cooler on the card
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post #29 of 38
Quote:
Originally Posted by toX0rz View Post
As for the heatpipes.. well, the card has 3x6-pin connectors and 8 VRM's stock, thats already GTX 580 level.
But in all seriousness, I doubt the silicon will OC high enough to utilize all of it... you can reach 1 GHz with a stock GTX 560 Ti with the stock power circuit and only 2x 6-pin connectors. I'm pretty sure the chip is close to it's limits at 1 GHz already, so adding additional power delivery wont change a thing.. but I may be proven wrong We'll see.
It's actually not uncommon to see Hawks hit ~1050 core on air, and few posters here have done 1100+ on water. I think there may be some potential here.
post #30 of 38
Please, let this be available in the UK
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