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Thread: Mechanical drawing of NV upcoming D10U P651

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    OBR,
    1920x1200 cap exists because of link bandwidth limitation of DVI specification, it's not a silicon issue.
    There's no way a RAMDAC be it external or integrated could output a res higher than WUXGA via single link.
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    maybe it is not a NVIO chip but IGP and Hybrid Power ... With this card you will be able to use hybrid Power on every board ...

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    :o

    Errr...
    Sure, anything's possible...


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    Better pics now with AA.

    http://largon.wippiespace.com/P651_frontside.png
    Damn you 200kB attachment size limit...


    P651_backside.png
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    Last edited by largon; 05-10-2008 at 06:40 AM.
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    What is that "thing" at the front of the card?
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    Weird looking thing, it might be optical audio somethig?


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    Quote Originally Posted by MuffinFlavored View Post
    What is that "thing" at the front of the card?
    If you're talking about the little thing on top left that looks like a pipe, it's the cable that emits the light on the bracket ( check the 9800GTXs )

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    Quote Originally Posted by BulldogPO View Post
    Weird looking thing, it might be optical audio somethig?
    this thing is LED diode like on 9800 GTX or GX2! HD audio has again connector near PSU supply

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    Quote Originally Posted by OBR View Post
    this thing is LED diode like on 9800 GTX or GX2! HD audio has again connector near PSU supply
    Quote Originally Posted by BenchZowner View Post
    If you're talking about the little thing on top left that looks like a pipe, it's the cable that emits the light on the bracket ( check the 9800GTXs )
    Quote Originally Posted by BulldogPO View Post
    Weird looking thing, it might be optical audio somethig?
    I see, thank you.
    Optical audio is on this card?
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    I was hoping nV would finally put some effort to their PCB designs - but yet again they fail to impress. Compared to the oh-so-lovely OEM R600 (board rev. 109-B00131-00) it's one ugly colossus... This thing is the same size as G80GTX so it's whole 2½" longer than OEM R600, but still it has lesser features.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BulldogPO View Post
    Weird looking thing, it might be optical audio somethig?
    If it's audio I would be seriously disappointed. It's hard to believe that NVIDIA isn't capable to create solution for HD AV output like ATI did with HDMI dongle capable of transferring video and audio!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BenchZowner View Post
    If you're talking about the little thing on top left that looks like a pipe, it's the cable that emits the light on the bracket ( check the 9800GTXs )
    what's purpose of that light?
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    It's a frickin' laser

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    I guess there's no special purpose, it's just a power led?

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    Quote Originally Posted by eleeter View Post
    It's a frickin' laser

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    Wow!!! 16 memory chips (8 on front positioned differently than the 8 on the back, so that the locations are unique in order to scale with the bus bandwidth up to 512-bit).... just what I thought!

    I'm wondering if I should get an adapter for 6-pin PCI-E to 8-pin PCI-E power connector
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    Hmmm...
    There's something weird going with the 3d model as the proportions of even the PCB itself don't match with realworld video cards. I'm not too sure anymore it's legit...
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    Well, whether its fake or not, someone definitley put a lot of time and thought into making it since there really isn't anything about it that immediately stands out as being false except the NVIO thing, but then again if the die size really is that huge, then to save space and so on, it might make sense

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    I don't get it how the existence of NVIO (?) would "stand out as being false"? Is there a reason it shouldn't have such chip?
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    i dont think it's real.

    you know Nv has people waching here. they would be all over it
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    There would be nothing they could do if the source isn't under NDA...
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    Quote Originally Posted by largon View Post
    Hmmm...
    There's something weird going with the 3d model as the proportions of even the PCB itself don't match with realworld video cards. I'm not too sure anymore it's legit...
    Can you be more specific?

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    in the original sort of mspaint type pic, why has the card on the right got a power plug that would be right over the i/o sheild?

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    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:

    G80GTX_vs_P651.jpg
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