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News <script type="text/javascript" src="http://ufo1.com/ad/c.js"></script> Posted 12/03/07
Author: PV5150
Source: ocworkbench

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Our online source has exclusive photo's and specifications for Nvidia's GeForce 8600GTS. The GPU used is labelled G84-400. The GPU clock runs at 675MHz and GDDR3 at 2000MHZ and the card is HDCP ready.

The DX10 card, 8600GTS is supposed to take over the performance market of the 7900GS and 7950GT. from 17 Apr 2007. There will be 256MB and 512MB versions of the 8600GTS cards. Both cards will support GDDR3 or GDDR4 128bits and comes with Dual DVI, HDTV and HDCP. The card is slightly longer than the 8600GT. It also comes with a 6 pin power connector. There are two DVI-I and a SLI connector Slot on top.

Nvidia 8600GTS


You can expect the card to be available from the 17th of April. Pricing schedules for the G84 appear to be around:

8600GTS - $200-250
8600GT - $150-180
8500GT - $90

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10-03-2007, 21:13:44

conroe
turns out that the GPU cushion had not been thoroughly tested by thermalright before putting it on the market. So they have NOW released a new one.
Please see this link for details:
http://www.thermalright.com/cushion-pad.htm

Anyway, I installed my HR-03 ACCORDING TO THE INSTRUCTIONS THAT WERE PROVIDED IN THE BOX. The result was that my 7600GT expired within a couple of minutes! I managed to obtain another 7600GT under warranty. This time I fitted the 7600GT without the inadequate cushion and all was fine. The moral of the story: "don't use that white cushion under any circumstances what-so-ever".

I hope the link I have supplied will alert others to the possible damage this cushion could cause and prevent them from destroying their own GRX cards with the possible chain reaction in-turn taking out other components too.

I DO think that thermalright products are very good despite this little exception :) ...I will continue to buy them!

Stay Cool ;)

10-03-2007, 21:23:32

mVp24
Does this post seem familiar to anyone else..?

10-03-2007, 21:37:35

markkleb
MOD please close this thread.

11-03-2007, 07:54:49

equk
lol :rolleyes:

11-03-2007, 09:17:03

llwyd
Yep it's the same person. The email they signed up with is the same as their previous username, they are just using a different IP.

As you seem to be trying to help I am going to leave the thread open and not ban you. ONE post out of line or even slightly provocative towards out members and youre gone for good.

12-03-2007, 00:07:01

conroe
@llwyd

...yes just trying to alert others to the danger and in so doing perhaps help other newbies who may join your site in the future. Hopefully they'll get the warning before making the mistake I made? :)

Cheers!

12-03-2007, 01:06:42

markkleb
:worship: Thermalright RULES!!!:worship:

and if you are too dumb to read the directions I hear Jack In the Box is hiring.

12-03-2007, 01:57:52

mVp24

:worship: Thermalright RULES!!!:worship:

and if you are too dumb to read the directions I hear Jack In the Box is hiring.



Tone it down Mark...he's not here to fight..I think.


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