PC Games Hardware spotted a Fermi demonstration system at the CeBIT booth of one of NVIDIA's add-in board (AIB) partners. The site took some photos, but as they weren't allowed to open the case there isn't much to see. However, they did learn some information about the pricing of the GeForce GTX 400 series. The top model (GTX 480) is expected to cost about 500EUR to 600EUR, while the smaller model (GTX 470) should sell for around 300EUR to 400EUR.
The dual slot card with the typical radial fan has two DVi and one HDMI output. The power supply is realized with one 8-pin and one 6-pin PCI Express power connector - just like the GTX 280. Although the air that was exhausted by the graphics card was warm, it wasn't noticeably hotter than the outgoing air of other high-end devices. The heat of the card is transferred from the heatsink via heatpies to aluminum fins. As usual there are two SLI connectors that make the card ready for 3-way SLI.
A little surprise was the product sticker, which mentioned a GF-100-375-A3. So the device already reached the third generation, but the product code hasn't been updated to match the recently revealed Geforce GTX 4xx series. Thus the sample is still tagged as a Geforce GTX 375.