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A few minutes in the forum of "smart Hell 'first alleged pictures of the cooler upcoming AMD graphics cards appeared. It presents images virtually an entire route, consisting of RV770XT, RV770PRO and even RV730 and R700. It confirms how existing schemes drawings were already suspect that AMD in some models the fan greatly increased.

The most obvious cooler when you meet R700, which is a duplicate of the RV770, and the information available to us late in the third quarter of the graphics card stage. Both chips, a copper block the heat. In contrast, the HD 3870 X2 on a chip from a cooler Aluminum, while the other chip from a copper block was chilled, as the latter with an already pre-cool air had the chip. Now you blocked for a better distribution of heat addition, a heat pipe.

The fan the RV770XT does not like the R700 on the entire PCBs, but at this stage in the relatively large fan striking. This should already past schematic drawings to 92 mm in diameter and thus taking over the existing standard, the 75 mm,. The recording seems this is only once to confirm. Open, yet why AMD to such a monstrous fan had access, and finally they say the RV770XT aka HD 4870 consumption figures, which also absoult with local cooling structures would lift.

Even a picture of the cooler RV770PRO is in "smart Hell" Forum. The cooler is still in its sheath sometimes makes a small and unusual "jagged" look. The fan seems again very large and could be said again on 92 mm. Even at this point you have to ask again whether it is not even smaller gone would finally be the chip with a TDP of 114 watts satisfied.

And finally it also keeps pictures of a ready RV730, the successor to the RV630 each other and thus could the mid-end sector to redefine it. From branchennahen circles, however, to hear that the AMD chip being back, so first of all the sales of HD 3000 products succeed. These are, after only a few months on the market. We want no confusion at the customer confusion.
The alleged cooler of the RV730 is the smallest among all, the diameter is probably the usual 75 mm and are otherwise manageable proportions, which once more for a mid-end chip speaks.

Whether the images shown are all true remains to be seen. In particular, the images of the R700 and RV730 are treated with caution. Not because they look unbelievable, but because the chips probably only in a few months on the market presence. Impossible that they already have been photographed, but it is not.
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Edited by i_ame_killer_2 - 5/24/08 at 11:03am
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Whatever card the top picture is from, it is going to be MASSIVE.
The last 2 picture looks like they have gone backwards in design, back to the 9800Pro heatsinks [i think that it is the 9800 i'm thinking of....]
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Whatever card the top picture is from, it is going to be MASSIVE.
The last 2 picture looks like they have gone backwards in design, back to the 9800Pro heatsinks [i think that it is the 9800 i'm thinking of....]
Well, they used the second last one on the 3850, and the last one on the 2600 XT/3670, so i don't think they've "gone back" so much as "stayed the same".

I like the aesthetic though, kind of an industrial look. Although it just looks like they "reskinned" the coolers from the 3xxx series. I guess why fix it if it ain't broke?
Edited by alexgheseger - 5/24/08 at 10:03am
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I like the second heatsink. It looks cool.
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the first heatsink is for the 4870X2, notice the two gpu heatsinks inside.
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the first heatsink is for the 4870X2, notice the two gpu heatsinks inside.
Spot on, I'm loving the exposed heat pipe
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Spot on, I'm loving the exposed heat pipe
it almost looks like a carrying handle to show how massive the card is gonna be

[hahaha not likely]
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it almost looks like a carrying handle to show how massive the card is gonna be

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Nahh, it's probably to help equalize the temperatures between the two cores. The 3870x2 was bad for that, you could have deltas between cores of 8 degrees sometimes.
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yeah i could see why, isnt the first heatsink made of aluminum and the second was copper? i guess that was to cool the 2nd core better because of the heat offload from the first core going through the second heatsink.
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the first heatsink is for the 4870X2, notice the two gpu heatsinks inside.
lame i thought the HD 4870x2 will be 2 cores on 1 die.
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