1280MB Gainward GTX 470, 40nm, 3348MHz GDDR5, GPU 607MHz, Shader 1215MHz, 448 Cores, 2xDVI,mini HDMI £296 incl Delivery @ Scan - HotUKDeals
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Newest Geforce on market . ( for GTX 480 you need to pay £100 more and get just 100 GPU more, is it worth it ? i dont think soo. Go for that one and play at least 3 years with no upgrade)

Gainward GeForce® GTX 470 1280MB GDDR5

3D Vision Surround technology
DirectCompute Support
HDMI Output Support
Microsoft DirectX® 11
NVIDIA CUDA Technology
NVIDIA PhysX-Ready
NVIDIA Unified Driver Architecture
OpenCL Support
OpenGL 3.2
PureVideo HD
Manufacturing process: 40 nm
Cores: 448
Core Clock: 607 MHz
Shader Clock: 1215 MHz
Memory: 1280MB
Memory Bit Rate: 384 Bit
Memory Type: GDDR5
Memory Clock: 3348 MHz
Cooling: Fan
Interface: PCI-E 2.0 (x16)
Connectivity: 2 x Dual Link DVI-I
1 x mini HDMI
SLI: Yes
SLI Type: 3 Way
HDCP Ready: Yes
Width: Dual Slot
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#1
http://pcformat.techradar.com/files/images/PCF240_w_rev2_benches.jpg

http://img.hexus.net/v2/graphics_cards/nvidia/zotac/470SLI/Inside-big.jpg
#2
i'm not sure you're pic is big enough:giggle:
#3
Power Hungry Heat Monsters - Go ATi instead.

I built a rig for a friend with GTX 480 SLi and the heat output was stupid. The fan noise was unbearable. Glad it is not my rig despite the power they have.

Here is another pic for your collection:
http://powersmediagroup.com/forumphotos/thermi.jpg
#4
I'm not surprsied that it runs hot...
says that it has 448 cores !!!!!
#5
sigh i need a new card my 9800gx2 piece rubbish is half working now lost one gfx core onit dunno where it went too after a BSD and now the only gfx core left idles at on desktop 99C!!!!!!!!! thats aint normal cant play any games now either so i need a new card to replace it with but im scared of heat issues on new cards too, how hot do their rival cards get?
#6
dcx_badass
Hot, I'd rather have a card that runs warm (but within specification), than a piece of **** ATI card.


Fanboy alert :roll:

Gurrent gen ATI are better all rounders in terms of price/performance/efficiency/heat than Nvidia HANDS DOWN. I'm no ATi fanboy either, I've owned both Nvidia and Ati over the years but for this gen I'm afraid it's gotta be ATi. The fermi cards are overpriced, over power hungry and they over-heat...some reviews have them nearly heating 100 degrees! Yes they do perform well, no question about that but there's few games or setups that a 5850 won't handle, let a lone a 5870 and will save you money in both the long and short term...:thumbsup:
#7
http://media.bestofmicro.com/1/1/242389/original/Crysis%201680.png
#8
Godzooky 1973
sigh i need a new card my 9800gx2 piece rubbish is half working now lost one gfx core onit dunno where it went too after a BSD and now the only gfx core left idles at on desktop 99C!!!!!!!!! thats aint normal cant play any games now either so i need a new card to replace it with but im scared of heat issues on new cards too, how hot do their rival cards get?


Idle
http://img.hexus.net/v2/graphics_cards/nvidia/Fermi/GTX470/29.png

Load
http://img.hexus.net/v2/graphics_cards/nvidia/Fermi/GTX470/30.png

The ones to look for are the 470 vs the 5870 (not toxic edition)...there's 13 degrees difference at load, 5 at idle. Or 15 at load and 6 at idle compared to a 5850....

Power consumption is also an important consideration.....

Idle
http://img.hexus.net/v2/graphics_cards/nvidia/Fermi/GTX470/27.png

Load
http://img.hexus.net/v2/graphics_cards/nvidia/Fermi/GTX470/28.png

As you'll see there's a significant difference between Ati and Nvidia here. This would amount to a fair few quid of electricity over a years usage...

Hope this helps :thumbsup:
#9
thanks for the info :) very nice.
#10
failcards

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