Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Tim S, 16 Apr 2007.
I suppose the question stands: What sort of chassis will support this card which shall make users with ther 8800 e-peens beg for physically larger cards, and do you need CF mobo to use this?
Afaik you just need a mobo that doesn't NOT support CF. Basically anything NVIDIA.
The whole point is that you don't need two PCI-Express x16 slots.
will the CMS 830 even fit that thing??
wow! .. thats one honk'n big card!
oh my... looks sexy
I want one...
and non DX10 capable.
i thought that ati would have released a crossfire one on card allready they seam to be playing alot of catchup to nvidia in duel card (or close to) races
It's nice and big and all, but why does it have internal crossfire connectors?
Is that for some quad-gpu action, kind of imitating nVidia?
Anyways, if it is, I sure as hell want to see it in action.
Wow, and I'm not talking warcraft. That thing is massive, bigger than a nanoITX board. I want one, even though I'm in the nVidia camp. So are those heatsinks just tacked on for no reason??? crazy. Looking forward to the review.
this looks like a good card for those who aren't moving to vista anytime soon and like their PCI slots and intel/AMD boards.
Also offers some gaming hope for my AMD RS690 Lanbox scratch build (DX9 games only for it as the stuff needed for 8800GTX's just isn't portable enough.)
zomg, crossfire ports at the top too! that means quad x1950pros? wow, now i want... 2... lol only ati set up better than my 2 x1950xtxs
I dont see the point in buying an (almost) absolete card.
i don't get the point of such a card (besides proof of concept),
Sapphire should better invest their time and money in getting the top of the line of the r600 cards out with a good (and silent) cooling solution once its released rahter than bothering with x1950 pro based products.......
just my 2 cents though
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