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    NVIDIA has just showcased their Fermi-based GeForce GTX470 at CeBIT which opens today. Though it’s presented as a part of the running system, we can take a sneak peek.

    Built with GF100-375-A3 GPU, the card has one 8-pin and one 6-pin PCI Express power connector, and is cooled by one black all-cover heatsink. There’re two SLI connectors which are ready for 3-way SLI.

    Equipped with dual DVI & HDMI output, the GTX470 looks quite mysterious still. The original site reports that the smaller version of the GeForce GTX4xx is expected to be priced about 300 to 400 Euros, while the top model will cost 500 to 600 Euros.
    Full Article here: http://en.expreview.com/2010/03/02/f...ebit/6800.html

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    That's a nice little design. I'm curious as to what manufacturers will come up with for a non-reference design.
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    Price range is similar to 5870/5970 for a change i would like to see from nvidia performance AND good price.If it is better card than 5970 and price is same or cheaper i might consider give away the 5970 and go with fermi.Time will tell.About the desigh i believe EVGA will come up with something better

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