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I think it is fake...Fudzilla and few other places are reporting the same thing and calling it a 500 watt TDP card...which is not possible with two 8 pin connections. It looks like Techpowerup copied the idea and changed the TDP to the possible 375 watts that a 8+8 pin and PCI-e port can deliver.

I am not saying that there isn't a dual Hawaii GPU card in the near future (though I think they can barely keep up with demand for the 280 and 290), but I don't think it is pictured in this thread. I mean come on, that isn't a back plate...that is supposed to be the PCB and there is nothing on it. Look at the back of a graphics card...any graphics card.

Yeah, that back plate seems to be paper thin (as in 'paint' thin) in many places. It also almost appears that the solder points for the power connectors are soldered to the back plate. lol
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i don't think one 120 rad would cool it
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How can there be a back plate on the card, but yet we can see the solder for the PCI-e power hook up? The backs of the GPUs? We can see those but then all the other components appear to not be soldered on. News of a 295X2 actually appears to have came out on March 28th, so it might indeed be real...I just don't think that picture is.

There are holes in the backplate obviously...

7990 plate is pretty similar:



I don't think I've ever seen an AMD backplate that covered the back of the GPU, the bracket that holds the cooler in place is always visible with reference AMD designs.

(seeing the date I'm not quite sure if your argument is serious in this case tongue.gif)

No I am serious...

unless the picture is hiding them really well there aren't any holes that I can see. The picture you posted you can see them clearly, even though the picture is of the same angle.

Though the solder points for the PCI-E power are what really is confusing me. There is very clearly no hole for those so that means the power connectors are soldered too the back plate if there is one. How would that not short out? Unless the back plate was made of plastic with tiny solder points embedded in it...but why do that?


Actually I just blew up the picture some and now I can see holes for the GPU and tension springs...but the other components seem to rise up. Might be just a trick of the camera. Still doesn't the explain the few solder points though. I've never seen a back black with solder points. That is one of the reasons for the back plate...to cover up the solder points so I was assuming there was no black plate at first.
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i don't think one 120 rad would cool it

It is a hybrid solution. Has both the rad and the air cooled HS chipping in.
Plus, they don't design it to be @ 40oC max, more like 70ish-90ish, so it is not hard at all to believe it works.
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Should have used a 240 rad. Talk about boring and predictable amd

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Man I'd love to get this with some genuine water blocks, they should offer an open loop solution for those of us with water-cooled rigs such as the Powercolor PCS+ LCS trims, and mark it as the equivalent to the automotive motor sport world of "For Off-road use only" to save them from the warranty noobs.

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Just cut/disconnect those tubes and connect the card to the full custom loop. That's what I would do. I think it's rather a hybrid cooling solution. Hd6990 could be cooled by single 120mm rad with temps max at ~75°C (instead of 85-90°C using stock cooler) so I don't see why this wouldn't be possible with 295x2. If they did put additional heatsink in there then It may be a pretty cool card.
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I think this is fake... why does it have a crossfire connector?
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The 290s have the trace for crossfire just like this, but they aren't cut out to take a bridge on them.
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I think this is fake... why does it have a crossfire connector?

It doesnt. It has solder points on the pcb where the crossfire connector would go. Look at the pictures of the 290 pcb, it has the same solder points.
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