Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by cold2010, Jan 7, 2010.
GF100 in CES 2010
Ha, the power pins are connected this time, also no wooden screws. Looks legit Would love to see the Bench mark results.
wow it's like a HD 5870 in disguise... even the power connectors are in the same place
that card must have been one hot mother if they had to remove the backing like the days of old
Does anyone know for sure if the gf100>gf104 or if it's the other way around, I thought the fastest single card was coming out straight away for all the suckers ( like myself ), and the lesser one's later, but i've heard conflicting ideas, one being that the gf100 is the 448sp model, and the gf104 will have the full 512 as yields increase etc
Cool! wish they would do some crysis benches
its holy...or is that only me who sees air?
....you know like a duel cored card.
I dont think so, because it has 2 SLI connectors...
That must be one of the thickest PCB's ever
hmmmmm yeah your right....but it is wholey thuo right? it looka likea mea seea hole
Supercomputer spec PCB. Take off the cooler, glue on a nice wooden handle and you can use it to cut down trees.
wow those pics are great especially the video its really amazing....also tessellation looks GREAT!!!!!!!!
Do they do it in purple?
i'm assuming the 10.30 nvidia showing is local time in las vegas, and world clock tells me that's about 6 hours from now...we'll know before long
it's already 11pm on the 7th here...
Anyone know if any live streams are available ?
So does Ray Tracing. Lets wait for benchmarks, shall we?
"Performance numbers are hard to come by on the GeForce GF100, but we overheard someone saying that it is around 36% faster than ATI's Radeon HD 5870. When asked to confirm the number, NVIDIA could not comment"
ooh goodie, here's the clip
Lookin good. From that video it seemed that turning tessellation ON didn't have any performance impact. Which is great. Tho, the video is probably recorded at 30fps, max. So, it would be hard to tell ...
Can't wait for more videos !
"Check back here on Thursday, January 7 at 10:30 AM" GMT anyone?