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Is that a mini oven? lol?
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just put a pan on the heat sink instead of fans. pow! instant heat and you can make some eggs.

Maaan I don't want a easy bake oven I want Rosie down stairs maken me a sandwich!
post #63 of 131
Rumors

* The G80 is expected to be released anywhere from November to December of 2006. [1]
* It will be the first Direct3D 10 and Shader Model 4.0 card to be released.
* There will be 2 cards released at launch, the flagship 8800GTX and the slightly slower 8800GT.
* The 8800GTX will have 768 MB of ram while the 8800GT will have 384 MB of RAM and will also have slower core and memory clock speeds, and possibly fewer pipelines, than the 8800GTX.
* The launch price of the 8800GTX will be $649 while the 8800GT will initially cost $449-499.
* Following the introduction of the flagship 8800 range, NVIDIA will introduce cheaper, slower versions of the card with one or more of the following reductions in capability: (a) reduced core clock speed; (b) reduced memory clock speed; (c) reduced memory bus width; (d) reduced pipeline count; (e) reduced chip count (if the 8800 is, in fact, a dual chip part); and / or (f) reduced complement of memory. If previous NVIDIA naming convention is followed, mid-range products will be identified by model number 8600, and low-end parts will be named 8200/8300.
* The G80 has most recently been claimed to be based on a unified shader architecture, with shading performance of 2x pixel and 12x vertex above G71. Somewhat contrarily, it has also been recently described as having separate or hybrid pipelines for DX9 and DX10, and possibly separate cores.
* The G80 die will be large - 20x20 mm, with nearly 700 million transistors.
* The memory interface is said to be Samsung's new GDDR4 specification. The 8800GTX will have a 384-bit memory interface, and the 8800GT's will be 320-bit.
* The series is also rumored to have fast memory and core clocks (with the core scaling up to 1.5GHz on a future process), but will still be built on 90nm technology to avoid unnecessary risks. Core clocks are estimated to be in the 700 to 850 MHz range upon initial release.
* Anandtech reports that the next generation of GPUs will range in power consumption from 130W to 300W. This increase in power consumption will make for higher-wattage Power Supply Units (in the 800 to 1100 Watt range) and/or the addition of internal, secondary PSUs solely for powering the GPUs. [2]
* The 8800GTX's cooler will be a hybrid water/fan design. The 8800GT will use a traditional fan cooler.
* The G80 should also feature HDMI, or possibly UDI, connections with full HDCP support.
* The G80 will have a new antialiasing mode known as VCAA.

Recently posted pictures of sample G80 hardware appear to confirm the hybrid water/fan cooler (as well as the traditional design). The pictures also show two power connectors and twelve RAM chips, indicating that 768/384MB RAM is also true.
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Dudes! That's like the John Holmes of graphics cards!
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Lets benchmark it against one of these badboys:
haha, good one
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Not only am I going to need a power station to power that thing, I think I need to build an addition on my house to hold it...Hmmm....well, at least I won't have to heat the addition.
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post #67 of 131
If these require both watercooling, and that much power. They won't sell many.

If they are producing that much heat and requiring that much power they need to redesign the G80. 150W isnt to bad but 300W is horrible. I was about to buy a 1k watt PSU just for the overkill to make sure i can run G80 sli, and it turns out i'll need that + a external.

If these require watercooling, i'm pretty sure that theyll come with a watercooling kit included with the card, that just watercools the cards.

Who will fork out 650$ for a card, 400$ for a 1k PSU (and a external PSU xxx$), and 200-300$ for watercooling? Not me.
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post #68 of 131
Stop worrying guys.

It wont look anything like this when the release it. They wouldn't, and couldn't do something so dumb as making a card with rediculous power requirements like that.

Also, aren't all current GPU's 120nm? meaning any new ones should be 90nm?

Meh, ATi and nVidia should say fsk it, and go straight to 45nm
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I say that ATi and nVidia go straight to 32nm and beat Intel to that process
    
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