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same size as your gtx 4xx series chip
and 8800GTX tongue.gif
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PCB's are usually tan, green, or white.

Black is just a coloring they use. It's up to the card maker to change the PCB color. Reference designs are almost always going to be green on lower end cards.
lol
my 5450 had a black PCB tho.
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again only one SLI connector?
ikr? so disappointing.
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ChipHell stated the 20th

Mid-range cards like the 9800GT, 9600GT, 8800GT, 8800GS, 9600SO, & so on have only supported 2 Cards in SLi.

This is not ATi; you cannot get multiple cards to link together in the budget sector.
if so then why does my GTS250 have 2 SLI connectors?
and the gtx260 had 2 also. why cant the rest of the x6x segment have 2?
stupid nvidia forcing us to buy more expensive stuff.

i think im going back to ATi now.
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lol
my 5450 had a black PCB tho.

ikr? so disappointing.

if so then why does my GTS250 have 2 SLI connectors?
and the gtx260 had 2 also. why cant the rest of the x6x segment have 2?
stupid nvidia forcing us to buy more expensive stuff.

i think im going back to ATi now.
x3 HD6950 1GB here i come!!!!
Because the GTS 250 is a renamed 9800GTX+ which happened to be a high end card for the series it was in. It was only natural to keep it the same with SLI.
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The green is probably just an engineering sample or something.

All manufacturers need to use black, or white PCB's. Make it an accepted standard or something.
Agree! /vote for black
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lol
my 5450 had a black PCB tho.
Because it was colored that way and it's not a reference design after that point. (strictly speaking.)

HIS & Sapphire sell reference designs with blue PCB's as well. It just depends on who makes the card and what they want to color it.

But out of the factory PCB's only have a limited color range.
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lif so then why does my GTS250 have 2 SLI connectors?
and the gtx260 had 2 also. why cant the rest of the x6x segment have 2?
GTX 260 had two because it was a high end card. It's a GTX Series after all because at the time the equivalent GTX 460 was the GTS 250.

GTS 250 had two because it was a rebranded high end card.
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