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NVIDIA Quietly Adds Quadro FX 4700 X2 2GB

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    NVIDIA has quietly updated its professional video cards with the new dual-GPU Quadro FX 4700 X2 PCI-E 2.0. Designed for CAD, DCC, and other visualization applications, the newest Quadro is SLI ready, has 256-bit memory interface, 2GB GDDR3 memory (1GB per GPU), and four dual-link DVI connectors for simultaneous work on up to four high-resolution displays. We only know that the card is powered by two DirectX 10/Shader Model 4.0 capable GPUs, but NVIDIA does not name whether these are G92 or G94 cores. The specifications page only hints at the card's power consumption during load - 226W.

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    Source: NVIDIA
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    i think we might be looking at a glance of the 10 series...single pcb dual gpu like that...hmmm very interesting
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    Don't count on that. It's probably the 9800 GX2 model in Quadro, with slightly different PCB because of the four DVI connectors.
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    good point...but i was really referring to them using a single pcb instead of 2...but who knows for sure...?
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    They aren't using a single PCB here, it is still two PCBs.
    Crunching for Team TPU More than 25k PPD
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    Looks like a 9800 GX2 using a modified 7950 GX2 PCB design and layout - with longer PCBs and larger coolers. Also interesting that this card won't support 3-way SLI.
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    wow i couldn't tell but i see it now thanks for pointing that out
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    Yup, the card(s)' construction is similar to the 7950 GX2. Expect the GPU below the top PCB to bake well.
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    I enjoy my GPU's pleasantly browned at 70 degrees celcius.:p
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    Trust me, they don't smell half appetising. :rolleyes:

    So these are based on G92 ?
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    doesn't say...might be g92 or g94 :confused:
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    Me sez dis a 1 gpu 1 pcb card on pic. WTF ur talkin about?!?

    (maybe i'm looking at a wrong pic, but this is above mentioned)

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