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Thread: Mechanical drawing of NV upcoming D10U P651

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    Quote Originally Posted by largon View Post
    How come it looks like G80?
    It's clearly a different board. Actually, those buck voltage regulators (integrated phase controller/mosfet) don't work well with electrolytic/solid capacitors, they require SMD caps.

    Btw, These chips allow easy software voltage control - if just nV allows it...
    SMD is Surface Mounted Device.

    SMD is not a specific type of capacitor.

    Unless you meant Tantalum capacitors, which this design has several of.

    BUT Tantalum capacitors are solid state capacitors, which you said don't work.

    Either way what you said doesn't make sense.




    I think what you were trying to say is that those fast switching regulators need very low esr caps, which is where tantalum and ceramic caps come into play. But even so you still need several thousand uF's of capacitance between the rails and the first phase, and between phases. And these can only be done with electrolytic or polymer caps (SMD or through-hole)
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    Quote Originally Posted by largon View Post
    metro.cl,
    For example, the ratio of the lenght of the PCIe x16 connector and the height of the card don't match to the ratio measured from a real PCIe x16 card.
    3D model overlaid on a G80GTX:

    Attachment 78344
    LOL. wtf?

    So? Not every card has the same length or height.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WeStSiDePLaYa View Post
    LOL. wtf?

    So? Not every card has the same length or height.
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    Do you see 2 cards or 1 card in the file? because i used 2 diferent viewers and in one see 2 cards and in the other i see only 1 card.

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    Quote Originally Posted by metro.cl View Post
    Do you see 2 cards or 1 card in the file? because i used 2 diferent viewers and in one see 2 cards and in the other i see only 1 card.
    I just see one card. I think some programs might have compatibility issues.

    I used quickstep.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WeStSiDePLaYa View Post
    SMD is Surface Mounted Device.

    SMD is not a specific type of capacitor.
    I apologize, was thinking cercaps.
    Unless you meant Tantalum capacitors, which this design has several of.
    The model has one single tantalum cap under the "NVIO" next to the choke so I have no idea where you're seeing several of them.
    BUT Tantalum capacitors are solid state capacitors, which you said don't work.

    Either way what you said doesn't make sense.
    Manufacturer quote:
    "Multilayer Ceramic Capacitors Only". Had a brainfart and thought of SMCs when I posted.
    I think what you were trying to say is that those fast switching regulators need very low esr caps, which is where tantalum and ceramic caps come into play. But even so you still need several thousand uF's of capacitance between the rails and the first phase, and between phases.
    Ummm... You don't seem to know how PWM circuits are built and where the caps are needed.
    And these can only be done with electrolytic or polymer caps (SMD or through-hole)
    Incorrect. Cercaps are perfectly enough.
    Quote Originally Posted by WeStSiDePLaYa View Post
    LOL. wtf?

    So? Not every card has the same length or height.
    Never did I say anything about card lenght did I? About the height - full size PCIe cards are 99mm high. Except for example some non-PCIe spec compliant abominations such as some non-reference HD38_0X2s.

    Brighten up will you...
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    judging form the fist post nv designs there boards with paint xD





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    who has original files for rendering?

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    can someone pm me the 3d file?





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    Post #27 has a working link.
    You were not supposed to see this.

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    People should read the entire thread before post
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    Quote Originally Posted by largon View Post
    Post #27 has a working link.
    srry ma bad, didnt see it, thx anyways





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    Quote Originally Posted by ChinStrap View Post
    i dont think it's real.
    you know Nv has people waching here. they would be all over it
    nvidia employes are under a strict nda anyway, they are most likely not even allowed to confirm or deny information floating around on the web, some nda's even forbid to mention that an nda or something to protect it with exists.

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    Can anyone post an alternate link to the STEP file?

    Quote Originally Posted by guest View Post
    Since this is so pathetic, perhaps you would like to take a look at the 35MB STEP file for yourself so you can see exactly how lame it is......

    http://www.mediafire.com/?gem3dcyjd9y
    The original mediafire link seems to have been taken down - at least, that's what their error message suggests.

    Thanks!

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    You were not supposed to see this.

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    Got it - thanks a bunch!

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    rendered by friend ...



    And today NVIDIA sent official launch date info, but you will wait for leak from another source ... not from me!

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    That's clearly not the same model as in the link in my earlier post. Where did that come from?

    edit:
    PCB height: 91.7mm...
    Last edited by largon; 05-12-2008 at 09:52 AM.
    You were not supposed to see this.

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    its the same STEP file, but rendered in right size ... in profi software

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    Quote Originally Posted by K404 View Post
    Attachment 78251

    Got this from my uber-NDA source earlier. Hope it doesnt get him into trouble






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    Quote Originally Posted by OBR View Post
    its the same STEP file, but rendered in right size ... in profi software
    What is the name of the software?

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    Launch date is July 19th no???? hehe

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    If it's the same file then how come the file I linked has different type caps below 6&8 pin connectors?
    You were not supposed to see this.

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