Nvidia GF100: Fermi Geforce graphics cards running Unigine Heaven DirectX 11 benchmark
On a new Facebook site Nvidia shows a Fermi graphics card with GF100 chipset that renders the DirectX 11 benchmark Unigine Heaven.
News about Nvidia's Fermi architecture: After it was revealed that the chipset codename for the desktop graphics cards with Fermi architecture is GF100, Nvidia now published a first picture of such a Geforce card. The image shows a Geforce Fermi board. In the background one can see the DirectX 11 benchmark Unigine Heaven, which PC Games Hardware has reported on already, running on a monitor screen. Performance results cannot be seen, but the display apparently is a 24 inch Dell device (native resolution: 1920 x 1200 pixels). The system the Geforce Fermi is running in, is most likely based on a Asus Rampage II Extreme motherboard (socket 1366) with a Core i7 CPU.
The GF100 graphics card covers two slots. 3-way SLI as well as 8-pin and 6-pin power connectors can be seen, too. This matches the information about the Tesla Fermi graphics cards that became available recently.
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