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NVIDIA Fermi-based GeForce Accelerator Spotted Working

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if there is GT300 right now why show as a sneaky picture
 

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Update:
Although many readers believe the picture is just fake, NVIDIA’s exec has proved its authenticity at the opening ceremony of NVIDIA’s first experience store located in Guangzhou, China.
Drew Henry, NVIDIA’s Senior Director of Platform Products presented exactly the same picture showing GF100 GPU running the DX11 benchmark with his cell phone. It appears that AMD did put plenty of pressure on NVIDIA with the launch of latest Radeon HD 5800 series and HD 5970, but, who is saying the truth when claiming their own offering is “The fastest graphics card on the planet”? Only time will tell.
http://en.expreview.com/2009/11/18/nvidia-gf100-gpu-seen-in-action.html#more-5878
 

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An interesting development, thanks btarunr :)
 
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It wont, because thats the workstation card.

And Dell gets their LCDs from an OEM so if that is the "best" consumer 24" you can buy then another company has something better. My point being, with all of Nvidias money youd figure they wouldnt be using DELL LCDs. Dont look at the quality of the LCD, look at the fact that its a Dell and with somebody said its a "consumer" LCD.
 

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And Dell gets their LCDs from an OEM so if that is the "best" consumer 24" you can buy then another company has something better. My point being, with all of Nvidias money youd figure they wouldnt be using DELL LCDs. Dont look at the quality of the LCD, look at the fact that its a Dell and with somebody said its a "consumer" LCD.
Dell makes and has been making their own monitors for ages, just like HP has, just to put another example. They do not "rebrand" cheap OEM parts by any means, if that is your point. Furthermore when I said consumer I was speaking of the target price more than anything else. i.e sub $500 as opposed to $3000-$5000 that a real professional display would cost.

http://www.anandtech.com/displays/showdoc.aspx?i=3302&p=4





In terms of overall performance, quality, and features, one LCD rises above the others. The Dell 2408WFP looks the same as the 2407WFP, but it offers additional input options, an improved color gamut, and amazing color accuracy even without calibration. Dell has become the 800-pound gorilla of the LCD market, offering great products at very affordable prices. The 2408WFP may not be the cheapest LCD on the market, but if we had to choose one 24" LCD that would satisfy virtually all users, it's an easy choice. The only blemish on an otherwise perfect scorecard is the 38 ms input lag. That's enough to prevent the 2408WFP from receiving our Gold Editors' Choice award, but it's still worthy of our Silver Editors' Choice. If you're not an extremely competitive FPS gamer, this 24" LCD belongs on the top of your list.
 
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Some people take things way to seriously. Go grab a cup of coffee, take a deep breath, and count to 3 then come back to the forums. Kthanx?
 

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Some people take things way to seriously. Go grab a cup of coffee, take a deep breath, and count to 3 then come back to the forums. Kthanx?
I'm not "altered" in any way, so I don't need to do that, thank you very much. My point with the monitor thing is just that Dell actually makes some of the best "consumer" monitors someone can have and the one on the picture is actually one of the best 24". It's a retail product aimed at semi-professionals, not an LCD that will come with the $500 nettop PC. Sorry if you felt offended in any way, but your point with the monitor and Nvidia using Dell in overall was just stupid.
 
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Bring it down buys, or infractions will be coming...
 

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well as i know now 6+8 = 2 more grounds that's it there's no more current available just 2 grounds, which in my experience = no big deal, now if the extra 2 pins were +12volts and ground respective, i could see why they where used but not as they are at the moment here's a little link to a site i used the other week enjoy :)
It means 25w more for this card than the 5870. It might not use it but NVIDIA was compelled to make it available.
 
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So dual processors, a Physx card and a unknown video card make it real and available when?



Not powerful enough to run the physx calculations on chip? Or just trying to get that framerate up?





Untill there is a review from W1zz or someother tech site I trust it is still vapor.
 
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