NVIDIA GeForce GTX 480 Video Card Pictures From CeBIT

The gang over at Tweakers.net has posted up several pictures of an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 480 reference designed video card that are worth taking a look at today. With the GPU cooler removed you get a clear look at the PCB and how the card is laid out. The site blocked some of the components on the card, but you can still see the bits and pieces you want to see. Notice that the card uses both 6-pin and 8-pin PCI Express power connectors.

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 480 Video Card Pictures

In the pictures, the GF100-chip to see that, consistent with previous speculation, an area of over 500mm2 seems to have. Moreover, the GPU has a A2 revision, though it is known that a revision is A3. There are also 12 memory chips of 128MB each likely to see what is good for 1.5 GB of memory. There are also 12 memory chips of 128MB each likely to see what is good for 1.5 GB of memory. An 8-pin-and-a 6pin pci-e connector with the GPU of puncture. An 8-pin-and-a 6pin pci-e connector with the gpu or puncture. Two SLI connectors make it possible for the video card in three-way SLI setups to use the card and further equipped with two DVI connectors and a mini-HDMI connector.

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