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Fun Photo of the Week: GF100 (the first GeForce GPU based on the Fermi architecture) running the Unigine Heaven DX11 benchmark!

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2475 days ago

Fun Photo of the Week: GF100 (the first GeForce GPU based on the Fermi architecture) running the Unigine Heaven DX11 benchmark!

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ZZCOOL 2380 days ago

-ere assuming

ZZCOOL 2380 days ago

the fermi i saw in one of the ces videos had a green light

but this one dosn't
and reply to the user satsunada

no the picture is not fake you can clearly see in the upper left corner that it's not pasted ontop of that monitor if it was that you w

tuny_ 2382 days ago

my next buy

ATuPudNZ 2382 days ago

bueatiful,how much longer do we have to wait,as ati are crap and i only use nvidia ,i need an upgrade to make the most of my brand new led monitor come on all ready!

Aaronage 2451 days ago

Fermi is playing out like R600(2900XT) did for ATI, put the pieces together people :)

satsunada 2472 days ago

Is it me or is the fan in the card not moving? Either that or this is an awesome camera. Oh.. and is it me, or does the actual monitor screen look fake.

Spyder25000 2473 days ago

Why do you have two computers, perhaps that is just a fake PLASTIC MOCK UP and the computer which is blocked by the Audio card is actually running the benchmark, and might it be running 5970

Phaxmohdem 2474 days ago

This pic is questionable at best and proves nothing. I can take a screen grab of that benchmark running too ;)

RADEoN1337 2474 days ago

Why is there another rig with a fan spinning up top, with the video card mysteriously covered up by an Audigy 2 card?

_aero_ 2474 days ago

Roar, about time.

afropoika 2474 days ago

Am I the only one to notice the Sound Blaster Audigy2 sound card? I had one. Great stuff.

citrix 2474 days ago

Impressive

JonWorrel 2474 days ago

Finally, a picture of a working unit! This is probably using A2 silicon, but nevertheless it's awesome!