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Computex 2006

Discussão em 'Novidades Hardware PC' iniciada por blastarr, 6 de Junho de 2006. (Respostas: 11; Visualizações: 1210)

  1. blastarr

    blastarr Power Member

    Última edição: 6 de Junho de 2006
  2. eLias

    eLias Power Member

  3. Zarolho

    Zarolho Power Member

  4. Zarolho

    Zarolho Power Member

    Mais power...>(

    DirectX 10 GPUs to Consume up to 300W

    ATI and NVIDIA have been briefing power supply manufacturers in Taiwan recently about what to expect for next year’s R600 and G80 GPUs. Both GPUs will be introduced in late 2006 or early 2007, and while we don’t know the specifications of the new cores we do know that they will be extremely power hungry. The new GPUs will range in power consumption from 130W up to 300W per card. ATI and NVIDIA won't confirm or deny our findings and we are receiving conflicting information as to the exact specifications of these new GPUs, but the one thing is for sure is that the power requirements are steep.

    Power supply makers are being briefed now in order to make sure that the power supplies they are shipping by the end of this year are up to par with the high end GPU requirements for late 2006/early 2007. You will see both higher wattage PSUs (1000 - 1200W) as well as secondary units specifically for graphics cards. One configuration we’ve seen is a standard PSU mounted in your case for your motherboard, CPU and drives, running alongside a secondary PSU installed in a 5.25” drive bay. The secondary PSU would then be used to power your graphics cards.

    In order to deal with the increased power consumption of this next-generation of DirectX 10 GPUs apparently manufacturers are considering the possibility of using water cooling to keep noise and heat to a minimum.

    As depressing as this news is, there is a small light at the end of the tunnel. Our sources tell us that after this next generation of GPUs we won’t see an increase in power consumption, rather a decrease for the following generation. It seems as if in their intense competition with one another, ATI and NVIDIA have let power consumption get out of hand and will begin reeling it back in starting in the second half of next year.


    http://www.anandtech.com/tradeshows/showdoc.aspx?i=2770&p=1
     
  5. FerCam™

    FerCam™ Banido

    A confirmarem-se esses consumos agora é k n me arrependo mesmo nada de ter comprado uma 7900, pk parece k vai ficar ca durante muito tempo, a menos k dê o berro. É k 300w n se justificam por muitos bons k sejam os graficos.
     
  6. gryle

    gryle Power Member

    http://www.anandtech.com/tradeshows/showdoc.aspx?i=2770&p=2

    O 4x4 da AMD parece ainda não passar de vapourware...
     
  7. blastarr

    blastarr Power Member

  8. skandal

    skandal Power Member

    é para enganar newbs...... como me disse um colega meu à pouco tempo.... a minha 6200 de 512 é melhor que a tua 9700 de 128........ prontos é isso...... :berlusca:
     
  9. Raden

    Raden 1st Folding then Sex

    ja faltou + para as graficas terem + memoria q o pc e estas funcccionarem + rapido q o cpu.. lol
    qualker dia trazem memoria flash integrada e temos um pc dentro d outro :P

    cumps
     
  10. black_edition

    black_edition Power Member

  11. SilveRRIng

    SilveRRIng Power Member

    Crossfire bridges hein? Óptimo, abriram os olhos e lá viram que a solução para multigpu da nVidia era largamente superior na forma de interligar os GPU's.
     

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