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  1. #151
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    U got any info on this "gas turbine" cooling system??:confused:
    What the fcuk happened to my sig?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The__tweaker
    Actually less heat than the 9800 Pro.

    The Asus 5900 Ultra is what I'm waiting for, the amazingly cool look is also great. IMO :)

    Terratec is offering VIVO on their 5900 Ultra to.

    Heres a pic:

    Really?!?!? I would think that the card puts A LOT more , specially cuase of that huge HSF on the 5900.
    <font color=orange>AMD Athlon XP 2500+ Barton (166*11=1883MHz) -|- Asus A7N8X Deluxe Rev2.0 -|- Corsair XMS PC3200 512 MB RAM 2T-3-3-6 @DDR333 -|- Leadtek A250 TD GF4 TI 4400 300/630 -|- 40 Gig Quntaum Fireball AP+ -|- 52x Samsung CD-ROM Drive -|- SB Live Digital 5.1 -|- Antec SG case w/350 Watt Power-Up PSU</font>

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    Gainward FX PowerPack 1600XP Ultra "Golden Sample"

    450/850MHz core/memory (Standard)
    460/870MHz core/memory (Gainward Expertool)

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    Quote Originally Posted by weta
    Gainward FX PowerPack 1600XP Ultra "Golden Sample"

    450/850MHz core/memory (Standard)
    460/870MHz core/memory (Gainward Expertool)
    When you say "(Standard)". do you mean like nVidia decided to up the speed of the standard 5900 to 450\850, or the standard of this card is at 450\850, and you can also get it in the 460\870 flavor. Cause i think you(or maybe it was the inquirer:?: :?: ) said some thing about them changing the speeds cause of the 9900
    <font color=orange>AMD Athlon XP 2500+ Barton (166*11=1883MHz) -|- Asus A7N8X Deluxe Rev2.0 -|- Corsair XMS PC3200 512 MB RAM 2T-3-3-6 @DDR333 -|- Leadtek A250 TD GF4 TI 4400 300/630 -|- 40 Gig Quntaum Fireball AP+ -|- 52x Samsung CD-ROM Drive -|- SB Live Digital 5.1 -|- Antec SG case w/350 Watt Power-Up PSU</font>

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    homeworld1031tx: The standard speed for Nvidia's Ultra version is 450/850MHz, with Expertool, Gainward FX 5900 Ultra owners can increase the core/memory to 460/870MHz.

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    ELSA Gladiac FX 935 128MB graphics card, with the exception of the heatsink/fan (60mm fan, 33dB), ELSA has followed Nvidia's reference design.

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    MSI FX 5900 Ultra
    It appears that nearly all Nvidia's board partners are following the reference design for their Ultra version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by weta
    ELSA Gladiac FX 935 128MB graphics card, with the exception of the heatsink/fan (60mm fan, 33dB), ELSA has followed Nvidia's reference design.

    And the power switch is facing backwards in stead of vertical, which is good new.:D :D

    And is ELSA a new company, cause i have never heard of them in any computer parts-related stuff.
    <font color=orange>AMD Athlon XP 2500+ Barton (166*11=1883MHz) -|- Asus A7N8X Deluxe Rev2.0 -|- Corsair XMS PC3200 512 MB RAM 2T-3-3-6 @DDR333 -|- Leadtek A250 TD GF4 TI 4400 300/630 -|- 40 Gig Quntaum Fireball AP+ -|- 52x Samsung CD-ROM Drive -|- SB Live Digital 5.1 -|- Antec SG case w/350 Watt Power-Up PSU</font>

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    Suma has announced two FX 5900 boards, here's a picture of their Platinum GeForce FX 5900 SE 256mb version.
    Once again it's very similar to Nvidia's reference design, with the obvious exceptions being the rearward facing molex
    connector and the PCB extension carrying the boards title.

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    When you're asked to pay $499 US for a graphics card, I guess it's nice when it comes well packaged.
    As you can see in the attachment, Suma have done a great job here when compared to some other manufacturers.

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