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NVIDIA 8300GT DX10 照片曝光。

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Old 05-04-2007, 11:45 PM
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Default NVIDIA 8300GT DX10 照片曝光。

這可能是傳說中最低價的DX10 顯示卡。 可能在5月會出現。


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What a nice little cardie - something pre-production you got?

Can you run and benches at it, so we can see what is the low-end speed todays?
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how is the performance?
similar to 6600?
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Thanks for the try. You posted a file that you knew was bullshit. Stop trying to make your mark on the internet.

Look at this.......
http://www.tigerdirect.com/applicati...Tab=2&NoMapp=0
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Thanks for the try. You posted a file that you knew was bullshit. Stop trying to make your mark on the internet.

Look at this.......
http://www.tigerdirect.com/applicati...Tab=2&NoMapp=0
It is entirely possible that the chip is pin compatible with NV44... Why waste money re-designing the PCB for a low-end OEM-only card when the P280 reference design already supports everything needed for G86?

G72 (7300GS) uses this PCB design too: http://www.techarp.com/article/NVIDI..._front_big.jpg

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Don't be a troll. This video card is 100% identical to the picture in the first post. Please stop playing devil's advocate. It is so annoying.

Your picture is not even close to the same PCB. I don't even know why I bother. Maybe next time I will let stupid rumors roam free.

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Don't be a troll.
That's rich coming from somebody who registered on this forum only to slag off one of our members.

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This video card is 100% identical to the picture in the first post. Please stop playing devil's advocate. It is so annoying.

Your picture is not even close to the same PCB. I don't even know why I bother. Maybe next time I will let stupid rumors roam free.
I'd like to point out that I didn't accuse you of anything or have a go at you, I merely pointed out a possibility that you are wrong, therefore I think your aggressive response was entirely unmerited. I'm not for a moment saying that it's 100% guaranteed not to be that card. Nor am I saying that if it is, X1800 was trying to spread misinformation. It's possible that this member's source got it wrong. Unless you know X1800 personally or know his source, I doubt that you can be any more certain than me, or anybody else here.

I don't understand why you're being so aggressive and unreasonable over something so inconsequential. Do you have a personal vendetta against everybody you disagree with?

And by the way, here's a RED Colorfultech 7300GS with the exact same PCB and another 7300GS which even has the same reference cooler. Believe me that it's used for more than one chip and by more than one manufacturer now?

Edit: I've put together this image comparing 3 different P280-based cards. It's interesting to note that the highlighted area appears to have a different configuration on the "8300GT" card, which I would guess controls GPU voltage. The memory is also definitely not the same between the cards, which is obvious depite the blurring - you can tell by the length of the lines of text on the chips, although I will concede that this is of little consequence as manufacturers tend to use whatever RAM is cheapest for the spec they want, thus leading to changes throughout the lifetime of an SKU.
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Well, the blur on the ram side is somewhat suspicious, however if he can provide some testing benches, I would say case closed

Recycling PCB design is nothing new, to support RayvenX argument

Crucible1001 - you could be right, but please don't be so offensive - since everything is manufactured now in China, he might have got his hand on some pre-production stuff and just tried to hide the ram's with the blurr... Neverless, the cards aren't 100% identical. Key - caps.

On the TigerDirect image, the two caps at center top of the card show recognizable "K" perforation, do you agree? Same as the "K" on the bottom left cap (same one). This one is, in fact, very clearly visible.
Now take a look above. Caps into these places show the typical triangle perforation for Chem-con. Chemi-con caps are usualy very cheap (yet reasonably, ehm, good, ehm) and hence I proved the caps are different. And cheaper ones are used for this alleged 8300 cardie.
It makes perfect sense to me - even it did not exactly mean anything. It could be just a different serie with different caps. Like RayvenX adequately says - "manufacturers tend to use whatever RAM is cheapest for the spec they want" and the same apply for caps too. Hence it did not prove anything - another 7100 GS revision might have these caps different. It does not prove the card is 8300GT. But clearly these cards aren't exactly 100% identical, if we want get into argument
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I came here to make the truth be known. I never even heard of this place before I followed the link here. I do not know any of your members. I just hate constant false rumors all the time. I am sick of it.

This is like if I took a picture of an apple and your trying to say it is an orange. No matter what I say, you keep saying that it could be an orange. I think I may take a picture of my 8800, blur it, then post it on a forum and say it is the new ATI R600. It would be just as believable as this.

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Crucible, maybe you can show us the truth. How does a real 8300GT looks like ? Furthermore it is a forum user's posts, it does not represent ocworkbench.
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