Nvidia Fermi: GF100 system and special Physx demo at the CES
As announced, Nvidia is going to show the GF100 at the CES in Las Vegas. Now the first pictures of the demo system have been taken.
Just recently Nvidia revealed that the graphics cards manufacturer will give a sneak peek of the GF100 at the CES 2010 in Las Vegas. PC Watch has now been able to take the first pictures of the demo system that is used on the Consumer Electronics Show. Furthermore they had the chance to shoot a video of the system running the DirectX 11 benchmark Unigine Heaven. You can find the pictures in our gallery or at PC Watch.
From the pictures one can note the following facts:
• There is no backplate like on the Tesla Fermis
• Given the holes in the PCB the temperature regulation seems to be more difficult - but this could also be a preparation for future SLI versions
• 1x 6-pin and 1x 8-pin power connector: According to the PCI E specifications the card is allowed to draw up to 300 watt
Nvidia confirmed to PC Games Hardware that there will be a special Physx demo, called Supersonic Sled, on display at the CES. The rocket that is shown, isn't just animated physically correct, but also offers the appropriate smoke - the destructible obstacles are animated correctly, too. The demo supports DirectX 11 and 3D Vision.
More articles related to Nvidia's Fermi:
• Nvidia Fermi: GF100 coming to CES
• Nvidia GF100: Fermi running in SLI setup
• Nvidia GF100: Fermi Geforce graphics cards running Unigine Heaven DirectX 11 benchmark
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