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Is this for real (GT200 die size)?

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by HTC, May 22, 2008.

  1. HTC

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    Doesn't this mean that, with a bigger die size, it will produce a LOT of heat?
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    It's a big ol' chip! Reminds me of the G80 IHS.
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    Mussels Moderprator Staff Member

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    G80 was huge.

    a large does doesnt neccesarily mean its hot, in fact because its larger, it has more area to spread the heat meaning it COULD run colder! (yay optimism)

    It is 65nm, so even worst case we know it wont be hottER than a G80 was.
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    wow that is big...but i dont think it will run hotter than a g80 those things got quite toasty!
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    Aren't all graphics cards hot these days? I'm sure it will be warm, but quite a beast.
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    yes but the g80's where notorious for being extra warm...

    and yes im sure the new line up of nvidia cards will be none to shabby
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    Even without knowing specifics, i would have to agree ...

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