More G70 Pictures

We were able to get some more pictures of NVIDIA's G70 GPU at the show:

ULi - The Best Kept Secret of Taiwan? ATI CrossFire Motherboards
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  • erwos - Wednesday, June 1, 2005 - link

    Quick question for you, Anand: when you say DDR200 in reference to the i-RAM card, do you mean PC3200 or PC1600?

    It would seem to make zero sense to use PC3200 RAM, when the PCI bus is already limiting you to 133mb/s anyways. I hope they're using low-clocked RAM (makes more sense!), which is cheaper anyways...

    I guess there's some latency differences, but at the nanosecond range, who's going to notice?

    -Erwos
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  • ryanv12 - Wednesday, June 1, 2005 - link

    #4 - Yeah, I'm in the same boat. I want to upgrade my processor but would like to hang onto my 6800GT for a while. I hope that board makes its way to the US, because it would be a perfect solution for me. Reply
  • bersl2 - Wednesday, June 1, 2005 - link

    lol on ABIT's nuke button.

    Oh joy, DRM rears its ugly head again.
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  • erwos - Wednesday, June 1, 2005 - link

    So, does this mean the Shuttle SN26P got cancelled? Damn. Reply
  • semo - Wednesday, June 1, 2005 - link

    if the nvidia g70 card is a single slot solution than the rumor that the g70 will burn 150w cannot be true right. anyone know what is the actual power rating for the g70? Reply
  • mjz - Wednesday, June 1, 2005 - link

    lets see some real world tests done with the gigbyte ram drive :p Reply
  • plewis00 - Wednesday, June 1, 2005 - link

    That all looks quite exciting, the thing which caught my eye was the Pentium M XPC. I wonder now if Shuttle do one they'll get it right (Aopen's was cool but no SATA support...). Anyone know the model number for it? Reply
  • flatblastard - Wednesday, June 1, 2005 - link

    congratualtions=congratulations Reply
  • flatblastard - Wednesday, June 1, 2005 - link

    Whew, that's was a lot of coverage, anand! I'll have to admit though, I was more interested in the vanilla Xpress 200 motherboards than crossfire/r520/g70/blah/blah/yawn.....Did you happen to notice any new Xpress 200 + socket 939 mobos? Even if you didn't have a chance to cover them, I'd be interested to know if you've seen/heard anything new. Well, congratualtions on another job well done. Reply
  • SynthDude2001 - Wednesday, June 1, 2005 - link

    That ULi chipset/motherboard with support for both AGP and PCI-Express really caught my eye. It would be a nice upgrade path for those of us still stuck with slower CPU's (Athlon XP in my case), but not quite ready to upgrade our high-end AGP video card yet (6800GT in my case). Reply

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