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Nvidia Fermi Pictures

Nvidia’s CEO, Jen-Hsun Huang has unveiled Nvidia’s next-gen GPU at a keynote event yesterday (30th September). Pictures of this unveiling are now available on the internet.

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Nvidia’s CEO, Jen-Hsun Huang has unveiled Nvidia’s next-gen GPU at a
keynote event yesterday (30th September). Pictures of this unveiling
are now available on the internet.

The card pictured is a shiny black Nvidia Tesla HPC product – and not a regular desktop Geforce GPU.

It is powered by 8 + 6 pin PCIe power connectors, which suggests a TDP in the range of 225 to 300W. (8 pin connector is visible, 6 pin is reportedly on the top side. The body itself is not much different from a GTX 285 – and seems to be of the same length. The Tesla card is equipped with one DVI output at the rear.

More pictures available at Bit-Tech and PCper.

More details about Fermi in our article Nvidia Fermi- Arriving in Q1 2010 and Nvidia’s Fermi Website.

 

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