Finally, we have a picture of what looks like real Fermi based Geforce product rendering graphics! Probably not a co-incidence it was revealed on the same day as AMD’s Radeon HD 5970 release.

The picture, posted on Nvidia’s Facebook page, is of a GF100 product running Unigine’s Heaven DX11 benchmark. Visually, the card look similar to current GTX 260/275/285 products.

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Finally, we have a picture of what looks like real Fermi based Geforce
product rendering graphics! Probably not a co-incidence it was revealed
on the same day as AMD’s Radeon HD 5970 release.

The picture,
posted on Nvidia’s Facebook page, is of a GF100 product running
Unigine’s Heaven DX11 benchmark. Visually, the card look similar to
current GTX 260/275/285 products.

16531 177230903252 8409118252 2883759 2290687 n Nvidia GF100 pictured!

The GF100 sample is powered by 8+6 pin PCIe power connectors, indicating a TDP between 225 and 300W. Not much else is revealed, though a Photoshop wizard might be able to uncover the text on the top left corner of the monitor.

A HPC based Fermi card is expected to be demonstrated tomorrow at Supercomputing ’09.

Reference: Nvidia Facebook Wall Photo