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Monday, 22 November 2010 14:27

Nvidia's new dual-GPU card pixellized

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Referred to as the GTX 595

Chinese site enet.com.cn managed to score a picture of what appears to be the new Nvidia dual-GPU card. According to the post, the new dual-GPU card features two GF110 GPUs and has been referred to as the GTX 595.

Of course, the picture shows a reference design PCB of the prototype so something might change until this one shows its face in retail/e-tail. As for now, we are looking at a single PCB design with a total of 3GB of memory (1.5GB per GPU). The card needs two 8-pin PCI-Express power connectors and has a single SLI connector if someone decides to pair up two of these babies. Another detail is the placing of three DVI ports at the back, which means that it might have support for 3DVision Surround.

Unfortunately, it is still too early to talk about precise specifications as it would be purely speculative, but we guess that more info will show up pretty soon.

You can find the original post here.

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Last modified on Monday, 22 November 2010 14:35
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-47 #1 loadwick 2010-11-22 14:40
If the GTX580 is 15% faster than the GTX480 and nVidia thinks that is worth an upgraded brand of '100' (480 to 580) then nVidia must only think that the GTX595 is going to be 0.75% faster than the GTX580!!!
 
 
+33 #2 Steve-O 2010-11-22 14:43
As long as it's not some crazy power hungry monstrosity, it should work as advertised. For ~800$.
 
 
-9 #3 Gainward 2010-11-22 14:46
just cant be bothered to move my quotes over from the fudzilla Cayman/Antilles link, reported this over there today very early as news and got my head bitten off for it.... and marked down...


sigh
 
 
0 #4 Gainward 2010-11-22 14:47
dont be so sure on GF110's. Im not saying that about the pic but I keep hearing from a very reliable source they will be GF114's!!!
 
 
+26 #5 leftiszi 2010-11-22 14:55
Quoting Gainward:
dont be so sure on GF110's. Im not saying that about the pic but I keep hearing from a very reliable source they will be GF114's!!!


The picture shows 6 memory modules per chip. If they are GF114, that quite possibly means that they will be GF104 derivatives, hence 256 bit. You cannot have 256bit bus with 6 chips.

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Still, it seems to me that Photoshop users are doing a better job than Nvidia's engineers.

Here's hoping this is true.
 
 
+41 #6 Nemtrac 2010-11-22 15:08
I would like to see the TDP of this card? :oops:
 
 
-6 #7 Tr0y 2010-11-22 15:19
GF114, GF110, ... who cares?

The GF110 in the GTX580 is basically just a GF100b (a GTX480 done right) - only some minor redesign.

I know, we always mocked Nvidia for this marketing bullshit - but even Nvidia INTERNALLY calls the GF110 a GF100b.

Here is the proof:
http://www.3dcenter.org/abbildung/nvidia-gf100b

(this is a screenshot from a BIOS flashing software when applied to a GTX580)
 
 
+36 #8 loadwick 2010-11-22 15:48
Quoting Nemtrac:
I would like to see the TDP of this card? :oops:


Which one, nVidia's TDP or the actually TDP?!!
 
 
+40 #9 Tr0y 2010-11-22 15:52
Quoting Gainward:
... and got my head bitten off for it.... and marked down...



Just in case you didn't know: This is the worst AMD fanboy infested site in the Internet!
 
 
+17 #10 Nerdfighter 2010-11-22 15:56
So this will have a TDP of 400W and a water-block for a stock cooler? If the reported 300W TDP for Antilles is true, this card will get it's butt kicked.
 

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