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Wednesday, 11 April 2007 12:11

R600 connectors pictured

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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2x4 and 2x3 pin ones

 

We got close enough to one of the cards to take the cooler of and take some pictures.


One of the most interesting things will be the power consumption and we learned that 200+ watts number is not exaggerated. You can clearly see the two connectors, the first one having 2x4 pins and the second 2x3 pins, like the ones you can see on Geforce 8800 GTX or GTS cards.


This is the 12.4 inch card, but as we said yesterday it very similar to 9.5 one, the only big difference is the cooler.

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