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Thread: Ennyah FX5900 graphic card




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    Here is a shot of Ennyah's new GeForce FX 5900 graphic card.
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    And the box...
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    Is that a normal molex power connector in the back of that beast? I didn't realise they sucked THAT much power. I thought it was only the little floppy drive connectors. Must be too much of an ATi influence on me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beefy
    Is that a normal molex power connector in the back of that beast? I didn't realise they sucked THAT much power. I thought it was only the little floppy drive connectors. Must be too much of an ATi influence on me.
    Regular molex - it is based on the nVidia reference, they've used this moxel connector because people often run out of the FDD connectors.
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    Gotta love the heat spreader. Great design:thumb:
    What the fcuk happened to my sig?

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    ..any idea when we will see em?

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    June :thumb:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beefy
    Is that a normal molex power connector in the back of that beast? I didn't realise they sucked THAT much power. I thought it was only the little floppy drive connectors. Must be too much of an ATi influence on me.
    The 9800Pro uses a regular 4 pin molex...:shh:
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    Quote Originally Posted by ivan - soze
    ..any idea when we will see em?
    Quote Originally Posted by weta
    June :thumb:
    In stores ? That soon ? Probably the end of June knowing our luck...but :woot: all the same !
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    ..personally, im not impressed with the 4x2=8 pipeline...but if the drivers are good, then the 9800 or 5900 question gets murkier...about as murky as Nvidias antriscopic filtering, which I saw in a shootout between 5900/9800...awful, bloody awful using an SS map....I think Im like many ppl, waiting for Doom3, and the tech that comes with it(and the 'other' games that will use the engine..), and hoping we can afford/purloin a card that can run D3@ 60fps+.....from what Ive seen, and Nvidia are promoting it, the 5900 can do this, though Nvidias 'optimisations' may be in effect again...mb by this time NEXT year, with Athlon64 in the picture, it wont even matter....but this aint a year from now!!!
    My rig - xp2100+'B'AIUHB@11x185(2036mhz)-AsusA7N8Xdeluxerev.1.04 a3, 2x256 of Kingston Hyper-x@10x200-Asus Ti4400@275/275- WD400(40gig) 7200JB-Soundstorm-ricoh20/10/40-Hitachi cm751et 19''-TornadoHSF- ASIII-MS intelli optical usb - on desk attached to a removable tray
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