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NVIDIA GeForce GTX480/470 will soon be officially released, but because of NDA reasons, the specific parameters is still not been confirmed recently MyDrivers revealed that the frequency information of the two graphics cards.

According to MyDrivers said they called from the domestic one, "Yu Wei Electronics (You Will)" graphics card vendor, he gave to the GTX400 series graphics cards the exact frequency information: GeForce GTX480 core frequency of 600-625MHz, uses Samsung 0.4ns GDDR5 memory particles, the composition of 384bit/1536MB specifications, while the memory frequency of 2000MHz (4000MHz DDR);

GeForce GTX470 core clock was 600MHz, the GDDR5 memory with 0.5ns particles formed 320bit/1280MB specifications, memory frequency of the same for 2000MHz (4000MHz DDR).


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RAM looks pretty speedy, but I wish the core were faster! Looks like they had some heat limitations to work with or something.

Oh well, I guess I'll have to do it myself...

+rep, good find.
 

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"memory particles" is an interesting way of translating that.
 

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Wikipedia (which is not reliable) has some more detail:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Compari...rce_400_Series

Although i will say they have questio marks against most of the specs

I've seen those for quite a while now but I have no idea where they got that info from.
 

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I've seen those for quite a while now but I have no idea where they got that info from.

I know - that is one of the many problems with Wikipedia - no citation for the information detailled - only some links to relevent topics at the bottom of the pages.

But if the 600-625 GPU core is acturate from what you have seen, then maybe some of the other figures coudl be acurate.
 

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Unless you're on water your house will be a few degrees warmer with a Fermi folding.
Actually, it's the same heat load into the air whether you get it there with a water loop or an air cooler.
 

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I know - that is one of the many problems with Wikipedia - no citation for the information detailled - only some links to relevent topics at the bottom of the pages.

But if the 600-625 GPU core is acturate from what you have seen, then maybe some of the other figures coudl be acurate.

I call fail. IMHO What would be the point of having a new 40nm processor clocked at the last generations clock speeds?

Who's processor was using half as many transistors and 65nm fab. I'm not sure I could call that progress.
 

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Actually, it's the same heat load into the air whether you get it there with a water loop or an air cooler.
One might even say that successfully removing the heat faster using better cooling will actually warm up the room faster.
 

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I think the only reason they have it set at 625 or whatever is to meet the 300W specification. It can probably go much higher, but if it exceeded the PCI-e specs, OEMs would not sell computers with the card in it.
 

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I call fail. IMHO What would be the point of having a new 40nm processor clocked at the last generations clock speeds?

Who's processor was using half as many transistors and 65nm fab. I'm not sure I could call that progress.
You kind of forgot that this has double the shader processors, and an architectural change that makes comparing clock speeds irrelevant.

Using your logic, the i7 920 would be a fail since the Q6600 and older kentsfield based quads have the same clocks.
 
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