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Shorter GeForce GTX 480 PCB board gets pictured

Posted on Tuesday, April 06 2010 @ 20:00:13 CEST by


Bright Side of News spotted some photos of a shorter custom-design version of the GeForce GTX 480 PCB. This seems to be a less powerful model intended for GPGPU computing applications.
Taiyanfa's custom design PCB lowers the maximum power consumption to 225W [75W from PCIe x16, two 6-pin connectors count for additional 150W total], which is most probably achieved by lowering the GPU clock. However, we see a lot of potential in this design - for instance, populating six PCIe slots on All-PCIe boards such as ASUS P6T6/P6T7 or EVGA's X58 Classified 4-Way SLI for a GPGPU computing monster, single card design for HTPC chassis, or simply users that don't have 8+6-pin power - such as numerous workstation chassis or already assembled computers from Dell, HP and the like.




 



 

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