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explain!!!

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post #52 of 89
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Originally Posted by sladesurfer
explain!!!

That's the actual GPU. The monster in the middle is part of nVidia's debuting lineup of CPUs.

I could be wrong though... maybe it's the other way around.

Seriously, though, I saw someone post somewhere that it might have an onboard PPU, maybe it's true.
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Now we can lap our video cards!
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Now we can lap our video cards!
lol, this is simply insane
    
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Haha the guy had to do a myspace emo pic
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I've read in more than one place that these cards have a GPU core and a physics core, 256mb for the phsyics core, and 512mb for the GPU core.

Its very possible see as how much juice it takes. By the look of the card, I wouldnt doubt it.

It would do away with having to buy a physics card.
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post #57 of 89
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I've read in more than one place that these cards have a GPU core and a physics core, 256mb for the phsyics core, and 512mb for the GPU core.

Its very possible see as how much juice it takes. By the look of the card, I wouldnt doubt it.

It would do away with having to buy a physics card.
And it means we need a new PSU. Two PCIe connectors per card = 2 PSUs or a Quad SLI PSU for SLI...
post #58 of 89
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Originally Posted by sladesurfer
explain!!!

It's the onboard video decoder.
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About the two SLi connectors, I'm assuming it will allow you to have chains of more than two cards, kinda like the 3x and 4x crossfire that will be coming out.
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post #60 of 89
I got a thought as well being us water coolers out there might have to buy a new gpu block since it looks like the maze 4 is to small for that since the holes in the pcb are to far apart around the gpu core; and what for the other core (ppu, onboard video decoder, or whatever it is close to the dvi connectors) how do we cool that if the stock hsf is gone?
    
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