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Tuesday, 09 October 2007 13:00

Geforce 8800GT dissipates 110W

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Enough for a single slot


G92/D8P dissipates about 110W and this is what Nvidia is telling to its loyal and less loyal chaps.

In order to cool such a card you only need a single slot solution and it doesn’t look that this Nvidia’s 9 inch board will be a noisy one. The card has 512MB or 256MB of frame buffer and by default it will come as the DDR3 version and you won’t need more than a single 2x3 connector to make it work.

It is better than HD 2950XT, as this card dissipates some 135W, but the slower PRO version dissipates 105 only.
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