NVIDIA G92 to be dual PCB card?

Posted on Wednesday, Sep 26 2007 @ 00:16 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
FUD Zilla claims NVIDIA's upcoming G92 GPU will be a high-end part that uses two PCB boards:
The card codenamed D8E or the one that we called G90 – G92 for months will be GX2 like.

We wrote about such a card back in March when our Cuda sources confirmed that Nvidia has such a design in plans.

Desktop 8 series Enthusiast is scheduled for first months of 2008 and will need a lot of power. It is a 65 part, or lets say it will have two chips each 65 nanometre with its own memory. This will bring back the Quad SLI concept in the game.


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Re: NVIDIA G92 to be dual PCB card?
by Anonymous on Wednesday, Sep 26 2007 @ 00:56 CEST
SLI has been one headache after another. Remember how much still doesn't work in Vista? Remember how all the 7950 owners felt abandoned? Why in the world would folks pay through the nose AGAIN, knowing in 6-12 months Nvidia won't give a hoot about supporting the product?

Fool me once shame on them, fool me twice...